Refreshing Tart, Floral and Citrus Flavours
Hibiscus tea, also called “sour tea”, is a fragrant tea made from the dried calyxes of the tropical Hibiscus sabdariffa flowers. The hibiscus sabdariffa species is said to be native to West Africa. It has a refreshingly tart taste, similar to cranberry but with floral and citrus flavours.
Some studies show that hibiscus tea may reduce cholesterol levels, another risk factor of heart disease. Rich in antioxidants, hibiscus is able to reduce the level of bad cholesterol in the body, thus protect against heart disease and defend blood vessels from multiples damages.
Maintains Liver Health
Studies have shown that hibiscus may promote liver health and help keep it working efficiently. Hibiscus extract sabdariffa has potential to regulate metabolic and protect the liver. Human and animal studies have also found that hibiscus extract may benefit liver health by increasing drug-detoxifying enzymes and reducing liver damage and fatty liver.
Trace elements and insoluble fiber in hibiscus helps the multiplication of good bacteria essential for the healthy digestive system. It is an excellent digestive that helps to combat all mild disorders related to digestion.
Making that perfect cup of Hibiscus Flower Tea
1 teaspoon Hibiscus Flower
Add 200ml hot water
Cover & steep 3-5 minutes
Ready to serve