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Pure Hibiscus

Organic
755-50-P
In stock: 215
5
Egypt
$4.00
$4.00
EG
Origin
Egypt
Africa
Caffeine Level (mg/1g)
0
1-10
11-20
21-30
31-40
41+
Description
Description

Breathtaking hibiscus flowers are not only lovely to behold, but also a healthy ingredient used as an ever-so-popular herbal tea! Consumed traditionally by the Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt to help keep cool in the desert, and in Mexico for centuries as an excellent hydrator! It produces an instant ruby red infusion, that is pleasantly tart, with a sour taste very similar to cranberry juice. Popularized in the west as an ingredient in many iced teas, hibiscus tea is known for being naturally high in vitamin C. The tartness can be offset by the addition of a touch of sweetener of choice, excellent with sugar, honey, stevia, and also delicious with spices such as cinnamon, or nutmeg!

Hibiscus tea is an excellent alternative to sports hydration drinks, which are usually packed with unhealthy chemicals, salt and sugar, it is also known to lower blood pressure. Studies show that hibiscus may fight low grade inflammation, reduce anxiety and help combat mild depression. Dieters love hibiscus tea because when consumed regularly, hibiscus tea has shown to aid in lowering the body’s absorption of starch, glucose and carbohydrates which may help with weight loss!

Featured ingredients
Hibiscus
How to make
a perfect cup of tea
1-2 TSP or 1 BAG
8oz / 200ml
205F / 95°C
3 - 5 min
Details
Ingredients:
Hibiscus
Organic:
Yes
Reviews
by Kingsley Imoni
December 2022
I'm a living testimonies of hibiscus juice, i
and my wife, diagnosed with (staph aureus) of one year the doctor treated.us after series of drugs and injections the staph aureus is still in our system after second diagnosed until we came across hibiscus juice of 75cl daily intake the staph aureus gone forever ....hibisucus is good for the body . thank u
by Pat
October 2022
The 'regular' type of hibiscus is NOT the variety of plant used to make this tea; it is 'Hibiscus sabdariffa'.
by Cordell Mckenzie
May 2022
I have hibiscus in my garden. Can i just pick and use as tea?
by Janet Johnson
August 2021
i love hibiscus it's excellent ???? my husband greg relishes the flavour after every cup full
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