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 "​Plants from the genus Cyclopia are easily recognized by their sweetly, scented yellow, pea flowers. All 23 species of Cyclopia occur only in fynbos; from the Cederberg Mountains, southwards to the Cape Peninsula and eastwards to Port Elizabeth. Usually species are restricted to very small areas and then also to very specific habitats like high mountain peaks, marshy areas, shale bands and wet southern slopes. \\ "​Plants from the genus Cyclopia are easily recognized by their sweetly, scented yellow, pea flowers. All 23 species of Cyclopia occur only in fynbos; from the Cederberg Mountains, southwards to the Cape Peninsula and eastwards to Port Elizabeth. Usually species are restricted to very small areas and then also to very specific habitats like high mountain peaks, marshy areas, shale bands and wet southern slopes. \\
-Honeybush tea [Cyclopia genistoides (L) R.Br.] was traditionally harvested only for home use, but has recently developed into an exciting, new commercial product as the demand has increased from tea-lovers around the world. Other species such as Cyclopia intermedia (bergtee) and Cyclopia subternata (vleitee) and Cyclopia sessiliflora (Heidelbergtee) are also harvested for tea. " [[http://​plantzafrica.com/​plantcd/​cyclopiagenistoides.htm]]+Honeybush tea [Cyclopia genistoides (L) R.Br.] was traditionally harvested only for home use, but has recently developed into an exciting, new commercial product as the demand has increased from tea-lovers around the world. Other species such as Cyclopia intermedia (bergtee) and Cyclopia subternata (vleitee) and Cyclopia sessiliflora (Heidelbergtee) are also harvested for tea." ​\\ 
 +[[http://​plantzafrica.com/​plantcd/​cyclopiagenistoides.htm]]
  
 "The fermented leaves and stems of Cyclopia intermedia are used to brew Honeybush tea, a herbal tea indigenous to South Africa. The plant is also used to manufacture a sweet herbal infusion used for restorative properties such as soothing coughs and alleviating bronchial complaints including tuberculosis,​ pneumonia, and catarrh. It is claimed to have a low tannin content and no caffeine and contains various antioxidants. Continued investigations into the phenolic content of the leaves and stems of C. intermedia yielded [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tyrosol|tyrosol]] and a methoxy analogue,​... five glycosylated flavonols, two isoflavones,​ four flavanones, two isoflavones,​ and two flavones."​ \\ "The fermented leaves and stems of Cyclopia intermedia are used to brew Honeybush tea, a herbal tea indigenous to South Africa. The plant is also used to manufacture a sweet herbal infusion used for restorative properties such as soothing coughs and alleviating bronchial complaints including tuberculosis,​ pneumonia, and catarrh. It is claimed to have a low tannin content and no caffeine and contains various antioxidants. Continued investigations into the phenolic content of the leaves and stems of C. intermedia yielded [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Tyrosol|tyrosol]] and a methoxy analogue,​... five glycosylated flavonols, two isoflavones,​ four flavanones, two isoflavones,​ and two flavones."​ \\
cyclopia_intermedia_e._mey.txt · Zuletzt geändert: 2016/01/07 21:00 von andreas