CONCLUSIONS: For the first time, we demonstrated that joint treatment with rooibosomes had beneficial vascular effects in rats exposed to nicotine, and that this was due to the increased activity of antioxidant enzymes. RESULTS: Vascular research has shown that the simultaneous use of RF or honey performed anti-contact and pro-relaxation reactions to aortic rings and increased activity of superoxide dismutase and liver catalase in nicotine exposed animals. When using FSFE exposed to nicotine, while the pre-treatment of FSFE exposed to nicotine, increases the intracellular content of NO. Roibos protects against vascular damage caused by nicotine, and oxidative stress. More recently, it has been proven that Rojbos has strong antioxidant properties due to its polyphenols. Simultaneous honey treatment also reduces lipid peroxidation in rats exposed to nicotine. It is recommended that you seek advice from a recognized medical professional before starting a natural, integrative or routine treatment. The information contained in this document does not constitute a diagnosis, treatment, relief or prevention of any disease or medical condition. There are over 500 pages of alternatives and information about natural medicine.