Dried Hibiscus Leaves

Dried Hibiscus Leaves

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Hibiscus


Our product is a High-Grade Premium Quality Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdarifffa), which is a plant native to West Africa best known for its use as an infusion. Hibiscus flower petals are used as a refreshing and traditional herbal tea that has a tart, cranberry-like flavour and provides a delicate floral taste. You can even add a natural sweetener to hibiscus tea such as honey or stevia.


Traditionally in African countries, hibiscus tea can be used to help treat high blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, and aid with digestion and weight loss. Our Hibiscus flower petals are rich in powerful antioxidants and may therefore help prevent damage and disease caused by the buildup of free radicals. Antioxidants are molecules that help fight compounds called free radicals, which cause damage to your cells.




Health Benefits & features


✓ 100% pure with no fillers, colors. or binders.

✓ Suitable for vegetarians & vegans

✓ Packed with antioxidants

✓ Aids digestion

✓ Lower blood pressure

✓ Boost Liver Health - From producing proteins to secreting bile to breaking down fat, your liver is essential to your overall health. Interestingly, studies have shown that hibiscus flowers help promote liver health and help keep it working efficiently. Make ours your priority today!
✓ Promote Weight Loss - Make our 100% Natural hibiscus tea leave your first choice for weight loss. Hibiscus anthocyanins are effective in controlling body weight, it has antihyperlipidemic properties that prevent the accumulation of fat in your body. This shows the anti-obesity properties of hibiscus extract.


Ways to use

  • Infuse in hot water for a comforting tea
  • Leave hibiscus tea to cool and add ice cubes for a refreshing summer drink
  • Use in baking to add color or decoration

Brewing Tip: Use 2 teaspoons per cup of water, steep for a couple of minutes, and strain before drinking.


Caution:

Do not drink when pregnant. Avoid drinking hibiscus tea if you are taking medication for hypertension and low blood pressure. If you have any health conditions, please consult a doctor before use.