Privately-owned sustainable development enterprise The SuiGeneris has recently launched its CC Tea in the capital. Prepared from the leaves of Cymbopogon Citratus, CC tea is naturally caffeine-free and contains no pesticides, fertilizers, added flavours or other additives. The company claims that it has a soothing aroma and brews into a green tisane with zesty, clean and tangy flavours.
Commenting on the development, Ragesh Keisham, Chairman and Managing Director, The SuiGeneris, said: “We are expanding our network to capture more individuals, offices, institutions and homes with the taste and goodness of Cymbopogon Citratus. Global attention from traders across Europe, US and UAE has catapulted our pace and we are starting production on the additional 250 acres of land that was recently acquired.” He further added: “With multiple health benefits and a unique refreshing taste, CC Tea is carving a niche in the wellness and lifestyle space.”
Studies indicate that Cymbopogon citratus treats nervous and gastrointestinal disorders. It is a source of minerals, flavonoids and vitamins. Also known as fever grass; the herb is an ancient remedy for treating fever, flu, chest congestion, nausea, headaches, menstrual cramps and other types of pain. It aids in getting rid of toxins or excess fat from the body and promotes healthy skin, hair and eyes.
CC Tea comes in granule form and in biodegradable teabags.