It is the unofficial National flower of HaitiBesides Haiti, it is also the national flower of South Korea and Malaysia (but the varieties are Hibiscus syriacus & Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis respectively). The flower is also used in divine interpretations of Hindu religion. In the Carribean it is known as Sorrel.

 

  • High in vitamin C
  • May help lower blood pressure 
  • May boost liver health 
  • Could help fight bacteria 
  • Contains compounds that may help prevent cancer 

 

 

Caution: Remember to always seek medical advice if you have been diagnosed with a severe condition. The information on this website is only for education and not to treat, diagnose or replace medical advice.

 

Instructions:

1 or 2 tbsp of dried hibiscus leaves, depending on how strong you want the tea, you can either increase this number, or decrease it. Bring tea to a boil and then leave for 10 minutes or overnight to brew for a deeper vibrant colour.

 

To get the flavour really going boil leaves with strawberries, blueberries, cherries, pears and cinnamon sticks for a real loaded health drink.

 

Hibiscus Flower 100g - Organic

SKU: HIBS
£8.50Price