Hibiscus is a large genus of flowering plants, native to a temperate climate. It is also called rose mallow, hardy hibiscus, rose of Sharon. The most popular species grow in tropical parts of the world (Pacific Islands). It is also a sacred plant in Hindu culture. Hibiscus is used in Chinese medicine due to its health benefits.
Jasmine Flowers have a positive effect on the nervous system, as they calm the nerves and stimulates sensuality. Jasmine is known to be uplifting, bringing a sense of optimism and calm. Jasmine is an anti-spasmodic and it is known to bring pain relief. In manufacturing, jasmine is used to add fragrance to creams, lotions, and perfumes.
Linden trees grow in Europe and America. Linden Flowers tea is a very effective way of releasing toxins from the body, along with excess salts, fat, water, and foreign substances. Active ingredients in the Tilia or linden flowers include flavonoids, which function as antioxidants.
Red Clover grows commonly in the wild state throughout Europe, Asia, and Africa and has been naturalized in North America. That herb contains many essential vitamins and minerals. Red Clover Flower has been used historically for skin conditions, fever, colds, and lung issues, especially in children.
Rose Petals are edible and the healing powers of rose have been known for centuries and today they are used to make therapeutic essential oils as well as being enjoyed as a nutritious tea. Rose Petals is famous for its effectiveness in fighting down cold and flu. Moreover, it contains a lot of minerals and vitamins – especially the vitamin C.