Dried Hibiscus Flowers for Tea

$5.50

After the first sip, I was instantly in love. The deep ruby hues of the drink itself, followed by the rich, natural sweetness and slightly sour aftertaste made for a wonderfully refreshing drink.
Hibiscus tea was a beverage of choice for Egyptian pharaohs in ancient Egypt. Originally from Angola, many cultures, including those in the Caribbean, Mexico, China, Africa, and Europe, cultivated and used hibiscus tea, not just for its flavor but for its medicinal properties.
You may be familiar with hibiscus as a delicious and refreshing summertime drink. However, this pleasant-tasting herb with the deep-red color also has beneficial health properties, specifically for those looking to support cardiovascular health.
High in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants, hibiscus tea has been recognized in both early tradition and modern science for its benefits.

After the first sip, I was instantly in love. The deep ruby hues of the drink itself, followed by the rich, natural sweetness and slightly sour aftertaste made for a wonderfully refreshing drink.
Hibiscus tea was a beverage of choice for Egyptian pharaohs in ancient Egypt. Originally from Angola, many cultures, including those in the Caribbean, Mexico, China, Africa, and Europe, cultivated and used hibiscus tea, not just for its flavor but for its medicinal properties.
You may be familiar with hibiscus as a delicious and refreshing summertime drink. However, this pleasant-tasting herb with the deep-red color also has beneficial health properties, specifically for those looking to support cardiovascular health.
High in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants, hibiscus tea has been recognized in both early tradition and modern science for its benefits.

Hibiscus sabdariffa L. Plant Family: Malvaceae
weight 1 oz / 28 gr
Store in a sealed container in a cool, dry place.
Taste:
Delightfully fruity and also tastes really great iced.
Caffeine-free

100% natural
Vegan & organic
small batch ♡

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