Hibiscus Wild Tea is a blend of naturally processed Wild Tea with naturally sun-dried Hibiscus Petal. A concoction of natural antioxidants and nutrients playing with many aromatics notes.
This deep ruby-red hibiscus wild tea is an enriching and refreshing drink for all seasons and throughout the day. The looks, the tastes and also the feeling is something which is exotic and exquisite. It’s not not just another herbal tea, but this herbal tea eliminates free radicals, tones down inflammation, cuts down cholesterol, protects your liver, boosts hair growth, and controls diabetes.
Historically, hibiscus tea has been used in African countries to decrease body temperature, treat heart disease, and sooth a sore throat. In Iran, hibiscus tea is used to treat high blood pressure.
Recent studies have looked at the possible role of hibiscus in the treatment of high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
8 Benefits of Hibiscus Wild Tea:
- Packed with Antioxidant
- May Help Lower Blood Pressure
- May Help Lower Blood Fat Levels
- May Boost Liver Health
- Could Promote Weight Loss
- Contains Compounds That May Help Prevent Cancer
- Could Help Fight Bacteria
- Flavorful and Easy to Make
Above all, it has low toxicity. With medical consent, you can enjoy this beverage with your family. We recommend you consult a healthcare provider regarding its use if you are pregnant or have a medical history.
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Normal Brewing Method:
- Leaves/Water Equation : 2 grams of dry tea leaves in 150 ml of hot water
- Use hot water at about 95 degree Celsius
- Do not boil the tea leaves
- Brew the tea leaves for about a minute in the hot water
- Strain it and enjoy the taste of nature and the richness of forest bio-diversity
- The tea leaves can be steeped multiple times, which makes it good value for money