Hibiscus Tea or Roselle Infusion.
It is a plant with many virtues. One will consume in first place for its taste which resembles the currant.
The Roselle, from its scientific name hibiscus Sabdariffa, is also called Guinea sorrel or Gooseberry in Reunion Island. Its infusion or hibiscus tea is also sometimes called bissap or karkade.

Learn more about hibiscus tea.
Native to Africa, this variety of hibiscus is well known for its color, taste and health benefits. If a drink that is consumed hot or cold depending on the mood of the moment. There are many recipes for herbal tea or cocktails based on Roselle.

The benefits of Roselle.
Its benefits are well known and used since the dawn of time by healers and herbalists. It is an infusion that is ingested essentially as a preventive measure. Hibiscus Saccarifia flower tea can be added to your diet to help your body stay in good shape.
Below is a list of the benefits of hibiscus tea:

Prevention of high blood pressure: Hibiscus tea contains antioxidants that can help lower blood pressure.
Immune system strengthening: It can help strengthen the immune system due to its vitamin C and antioxidant content.
Positive action on cholesterol: Studies have shown that drinking hibiscus tea can help reduce levels of bad cholesterol in the blood.
Stress relief: The anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties of hibiscus tea can help reduce stress and anxiety.
Helps with digestion: Hibiscus tea can help stimulate digestion and relieve digestive disorders such as constipation.

However, it is important to note that these effects can vary from person to person.
Note that in some rare cases or overconsumption, it may appear undesirable symptoms such as diarrhea and other disorders. If this happens, you should stop or reduce your consumption of Roselle tea. If the problem persists, please consult a doctor.

Hibiscus or Roselle Tea

Hibiscus Tea
Whole Flower

7.90 19.75 
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