The health benefits of hibiscus tea include its ability to reduce high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and inflammatory problems, aid in relieving the disturbed digestive and immune system, and potentially help treat diseases of the liver and cancer.
Hibiscus tea may also speed up the metabolism aiding in healthy, gradual weight loss. It can also be linked with better mental health.
This tea is rich in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants.
It is a very popular beverage throughout the world and is often used as a medicinal tea. Hibiscus flowers have various names and are known as “Roselle” in some places. It is widely available in the market throughout the tea-drinking world and can be consumed hot or cold depending on your preference. This tea is low in calories and is caffeine-free.
it has a good supply of minerals including calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, and zinc. It also contains B-vitamins like niacin and folic acid. This tea is a good source of anthocyanins, which make it beneficial for managing elevated blood pressure levels, the common cold, and urinary tract infections (UTIs). Hibiscus also contains phytoestrogen , plant-based compounds that are similar to human estrogen.
1 Tbsp. of Organic Hibiscus Flowers
Large Mason Jar
Honey to taste
Lime or Lemon to taste
Add the water and the hibiscus to a mason jar.
Let it stand all day in the full Sun.
Add Honey and Lime to taste.
Holds well in the refrigerator for 2-3 days