Hibiscus (Hibiscus L.) is a large genus of flowering plants, native to the 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). Hibiscus is distinguished by large, multi-coloured flowers eagerly grown for decorative purposes. It is also a sacred plant in Hindu culture.
Hibiscus Flowers is used as an addition to fruit, leaf and herbal teas, as well as all kinds of brewed flavour mixtures, which give it a sour note and a deep, red (or burgundy) shade. In powdered form, it can be used as a colouring agent for instant food and drinks. Hibiscus Flowers is also widely used in the cosmetics industry.
How To Use Hibiscus Flowers Health Embassy
1-2 tsp Hibiscus Flowers pour 200ml of boiling water. Brew covered for 10-15 minutes. Sweeten to taste with honey or brown sugar and drink. You can also add a bit of vanilla, or orange slice.
Pour 200ml water into a pot, put a slice of ginger and 2 cloves and bring it to boil. To this liquid add 1tsp of Hibiscus Flowers, set aside for 5-10 min to steep, and add 1 tsp of honey. The mixture is ready to drink.
6g Hibiscus Flowers in 200ml hot water for min. 20 minutes. Strain the infusion, mix thoroughly, and close it in a bottle. Store the cosmetic in a dark and cool place for no more than 3 weeks.
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It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.