Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower is not only beautiful, it has been used in traditional Thai medicine since ancient times, and has been used in many other folk remedies for liver disorders and high blood pressure.
In Guatemala, Hibiscus "ade" is a favorite remedy for the after-effects of drunkenness...
Hibiscus extract is said to decrease the rate of absorption of alcohol and so lessen its effect on the system.
In East Africa, the infusion, called "Sudan tea", is taken to relieve coughs.
Brazilians attribute the herb to help the stomach to work better.
Studies has showed that Hibiscus extract significantly reduce the build up of fatty deposits in arteries and blood cholesterol levels.
Loaded with antioxidant and strengthening vitamin C, Hibiscus flower infusion will help purify the heart and the blood, physically and spiritually, as well as improve skin complexion.
Apply the herb or extract externally to sooth sunburn as it is very cooling, and so also useful for fevers.
Hibiscus tea has many names; Rosella tea, Mecca's tea, Yemen's tea, Rosa de Jamaica.
Here are some benefits of Hibiscus Tea:
* Immune Boosting
* Lower blood pressure
* Normalize the sugar blood
* Regulate uric acid
* Lower cholesterol
* Healing coughs
* Good for skin, reduces wrinkles.
* Reduce overweight
* Protect from infections
* Contains Omega 3
* Regulates metabolism.
I use Hibiscus in AVELLANAS (Skön) Eye Gel and USEFUL Face toner.
If you aren't lucky enough to have this amazing plant growing in your garden, it is easy to find the dried version in stores or online.
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