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On this page we only list rooibos because rooibos does not contain caffeine. The decaffeinated alternatives available on the market of regular tea (camellia sinensis) also contain a small amount of caffeine. Caffeine is a natural ingredient of the leaves of camellia sinensis. The level of caffeine varies greatly between different subspecies and cultivars of camellia sinensis. Camellia sinensis assamica, for example, contains more caffeine than camellia sinensis sinensis. Thin leaves contain more caffeine than ripe leaves. For example, if you are pregnant and want to reduce the amount of caffeine but still want to drink regular tea, we therefore recommend oolong made from mature leaves or twig teas such as Hojicha.