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Discover the natural healing of our Organic Hibiscus , crafted for vitality and health.

This organic drink enhances wellness routines, offering immune support, anti-inflammatory benefits, and cardiovascular and respiratory health.

Immune System Support
Anti-inflammatory Properties
Cardiovascular Health
Antioxidant Benefits
Respiratory Health Support

Quantity: 60 grams

Each sachet contains 60 grams of our premium organic tea blend, or approximately 30 servings. With a daily 2 gram teaspoon, this amount guarantees a full month of enjoyment with each packet.

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  • Cholesterol

    Some research indicates that hibiscus help lower levels of LDL cholesterol often referred to as bad cholesterol.

  • Cardiovascular

    Several studies have suggested that consuming hibiscus tea may help lower blood pressure levels

  • Benefits

    Hibiscus is rich in antioxidants like flavonoids, which protect cells from damage caused by free radicals.

  • Liver

    Some Studies suggest that Hibiscus can promote liver health and improve liver fonction.

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How can Hibiscus benefit my health?

Hibiscus, a vibrant flower often used in herbal teas, offers several health benefits.

Hibiscus is packed with antioxidants that help combat free radicals.

Studies have shown that hibiscus tea can help reduce both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

In addition to lowering blood pressure, hibiscus tea may help reduce levels of LDL (bad) cholesterol and triglycerides.

Hibiscus has been found to improve liver function by increasing the production of detoxifying enzymes and reducing liver damage.

And much more!

Is hibiscus tea safe to drink during pregnancy?

Pregnant women should consult their healthcare provider before consuming hibiscus tea, as it may have potential side effects and could stimulate menstruation or affect hormone levels.

How much hibiscus tea can I drink in a day?

While hibiscus tea is generally safe for most people, it’s recommended to limit consumption to 2-3 cups per day to avoid potential side effects such as low blood pressure or digestive issues.

How do I make hibiscus tea?

To make hibiscus tea, steep 1-2 teaspoons of dried hibiscus flowers in a cup of boiling water for 5-10 minutes. Strain and sweeten to taste if desired. It can be enjoyed hot or chilled over ice.