Hibiscus Flowers cut & sifted 1 oz.

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Health Benefits of Hibiscus Flowers

 Hibiscus Flowers make a tasty tea addition and are typically used to treat mild colds and flu. Health benefits include;

  • Has a natural cooling effect on the body which makes it wonderful to use if you are going through menopause and suffering from hot flashes. This quality also makes hibiscus a good treatment for fevers.
  • Used to treat coughs by placing extracts from the plant in the patient’s bath or in water used for steam inhalations. It is often combined with other herbs to make a cough syrup.  One of the plant’s main uses is to treat respiratory problems.
  • It is great for treating anemia as it is a good blood builder.  It is also effective in lowering blood pressure and reducing high cholesterol in many individuals.
  • Often added to bulk laxatives as it helps to calm muscle spasms.
  • Is a good treatment for acne and skin care. It can also have great benefits to the scalp and hair.
  • Said to have anti-carcinogenic effects, which could be from the many antioxidants found in the plant.


Nutritional Benefits 

  • Is rich in Vitamin C. bioflavonoids, and antioxidants.


How to Use 

  • Used in tea combinations typically.
  • It is also useful in tinctures.


Cautions and Side Effects 

  • Is safe for children.


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  • 5
    Hibiscus flowers

    Posted by Jasmine Bradford on Dec 6th 2019


  • 5

    Posted by Della on Nov 28th 2017

    One of my favorite so far. i add this to most teas for a kick of vitamin c and for the color