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Hibiscus or Roselle tea.

Discover the hibiscus Sabdariffa tea with multiple health benefits and so pleasant to drink. Also known as Roselle tea, Guinea sorrel or more commonly Hibiscus tea, the color of the infusion is a natural intense red. This tea can be enjoyed hot or cold.

What is the taste of the hibiscus infusion?

Slightly acidic, it is advisable to sweeten it with honey or brown sugar. In its iced version, it is a refreshing and very pleasant drink for the summer.

Aromas of redcurrant with some returns of grenadine are well present. Adding a stevia leaf during the decoction can be a nice way to sweeten your herbal tea. To be consumed well chilled, satisfaction guaranteed!

The benefits of hibiscus tea.

  1. Hibiscus tea can be used to fight against cholesterol.
  2. The tea has properties regulating blood circulation.
  3. It is an infusion that is recommended in the prevention of heart attacks and cardiovascular diseases.
  4. Hibiscus infusions are diuretic and are beneficial for people suffering from high blood pressure.
  5. The hibiscus flower is also recommended for diabetics, painful periods, anxious, depressive states.
  6. It improves digestion and multiplies the action of slimming diets. In short, you have understood, the hibiscus flower deserves to be known.
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(The picture shows a common red Hibiscus VS Hibiscus Sabdariffa or Roselle)

Recipe for hibiscus or roselle infusion.

  • 2 Lites of water.
  • 20 flowers of hibiscus or Guinea sorrel.
  • 1 to 2 stevia leaves or 30 g of brown sugar or honey.
  • A piece of ginger 5 to 7 cm peeled. Crush a cutting board with a sharp blow of a rolling pin on your ginger.

It is a very simple preparation by decoction. You can dress it up however you like, but here’s my favorite way to use my iced hibiscus tea.

  1. The tea or Infusion of hibiscus is prepared in decoction. Bring the water to a boil, then bring the temperature down to around 95°C just before boiling. (the little bubbles on the sides of the pan)
  2. Put your flowers, stevia leaf and ginger in the water. Turned from time to time to wet the flowers which sometimes have difficulty to flow. Maintain a low heat for 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Turn off the gas and let the infusion rest with a lid, so that the aromas do not escape.
  4. Strain with a sieve, if you have not put Stevia, it is time to sweeten with honey your infusion to your taste.
  5. Add lemon juice if you prefer to add acidity.

Then you can eat it warm or put it in the refrigerator for more than four hours. It is recommended to drink the equivalent of one to three cups per day.

Note: You can make your own tea with only the flowers of Roselle as tea. Nevertheless, stevia will sweeten naturally and without calories while ginger will bring its power and vigor.

Where to buy Hibiscus or Roselle tea?

If you are looking to buy edible hibiscus tea or Roselle tea, you have come to the right place. OkO-OkO offers you a packaging in 100 gr of dried red hibiscus flower for infusion.

These are flowers picked from the mature bud (calyx), after flowering, when the petals fall off. It is at this stage that the hibiscus flowers concentrate their beneficial properties to the maximum. They are then dried naturally in the sun.

Danger and Warning about hibiscus flower tea.

Hibiscus Sabdariffa tea is generally very beneficial and tolerated by the vast majority of the population. Personally, I drink it without moderation up to 1 liter per day.

Caution, consume only food quality Roselle tea. Not all hibiscus flowers are edible and some can be harmful to health.

There are also warnings about Roselle or Guinea Sorrel.

  1. Avoid drinking hibiscus flower tea if you suffer from low blood pressure, as the action of the hibiscus infusion may exacerbate blood pressure drops. It is best to seek medical advice before use.
  2. Hibiscus tea may interact with some drugs used in cancer chemotherapy. In this case, please also consult a doctor before consuming hibiscus flower tea.

Characteristic of hibiscus tea:

  • Type of tea: Dried natural flowers.
  • Plant : Hibiscus Sabdariffa.
  • Other name : Bissap, Guinea sorrel, Roselle, Country gooseberry.
  • Mature whole bud.
  • Food Quality.
  • Color : Intense red.
  • Organic plantation, without fertilizer or pesticide (no certification).
  • Weight 100 g.

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17.90

 

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Hibiscus or Roselle tea.

Discover the hibiscus Sabdariffa tea with multiple health benefits and so pleasant to drink. Also known as Roselle tea, Guinea sorrel or more commonly Hibiscus tea, the color of the infusion is a natural intense red. This tea can be enjoyed hot or cold.

What is the taste of the hibiscus infusion?

Slightly acidic, it is advisable to sweeten it with honey or brown sugar. In its iced version, it is a refreshing and very pleasant drink for the summer.

Aromas of redcurrant with some returns of grenadine are well present. Adding a stevia leaf during the decoction can be a nice way to sweeten your herbal tea. To be consumed well chilled, satisfaction guaranteed!

The benefits of hibiscus tea.

  1. Hibiscus tea can be used to fight against cholesterol.
  2. The tea has properties regulating blood circulation.
  3. It is an infusion that is recommended in the prevention of heart attacks and cardiovascular diseases.
  4. Hibiscus infusions are diuretic and are beneficial for people suffering from high blood pressure.
  5. The hibiscus flower is also recommended for diabetics, painful periods, anxious, depressive states.
  6. It improves digestion and multiplies the action of slimming diets. In short, you have understood, the hibiscus flower deserves to be known.
Banner hibicus flower infusion | oko-oko

(The picture shows a common red Hibiscus VS Hibiscus Sabdariffa or Roselle)

Recipe for hibiscus or roselle infusion.

  • 2 Lites of water.
  • 20 flowers of hibiscus or Guinea sorrel.
  • 1 to 2 stevia leaves or 30 g of brown sugar or honey.
  • A piece of ginger 5 to 7 cm peeled. Crush a cutting board with a sharp blow of a rolling pin on your ginger.

It is a very simple preparation by decoction. You can dress it up however you like, but here’s my favorite way to use my iced hibiscus tea.

  1. The tea or Infusion of hibiscus is prepared in decoction. Bring the water to a boil, then bring the temperature down to around 95°C just before boiling. (the little bubbles on the sides of the pan)
  2. Put your flowers, stevia leaf and ginger in the water. Turned from time to time to wet the flowers which sometimes have difficulty to flow. Maintain a low heat for 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Turn off the gas and let the infusion rest with a lid, so that the aromas do not escape.
  4. Strain with a sieve, if you have not put Stevia, it is time to sweeten with honey your infusion to your taste.
  5. Add lemon juice if you prefer to add acidity.

Then you can eat it warm or put it in the refrigerator for more than four hours. It is recommended to drink the equivalent of one to three cups per day.

Note: You can make your own tea with only the flowers of Roselle as tea. Nevertheless, stevia will sweeten naturally and without calories while ginger will bring its power and vigor.

Where to buy Hibiscus or Roselle tea?

If you are looking to buy edible hibiscus tea or Roselle tea, you have come to the right place. OkO-OkO offers you a packaging in 100 gr of dried red hibiscus flower for infusion.

These are flowers picked from the mature bud (calyx), after flowering, when the petals fall off. It is at this stage that the hibiscus flowers concentrate their beneficial properties to the maximum. They are then dried naturally in the sun.

Danger and Warning about hibiscus flower tea.

Hibiscus Sabdariffa tea is generally very beneficial and tolerated by the vast majority of the population. Personally, I drink it without moderation up to 1 liter per day.

Caution, consume only food quality Roselle tea. Not all hibiscus flowers are edible and some can be harmful to health.

There are also warnings about Roselle or Guinea Sorrel.

  1. Avoid drinking hibiscus flower tea if you suffer from low blood pressure, as the action of the hibiscus infusion may exacerbate blood pressure drops. It is best to seek medical advice before use.
  2. Hibiscus tea may interact with some drugs used in cancer chemotherapy. In this case, please also consult a doctor before consuming hibiscus flower tea.

Characteristic of hibiscus tea:

  • Type of tea: Dried natural flowers.
  • Plant : Hibiscus Sabdariffa.
  • Other name : Bissap, Guinea sorrel, Roselle, Country gooseberry.
  • Mature whole bud.
  • Food Quality.
  • Color : Intense red.
  • Organic plantation, without fertilizer or pesticide (no certification).
  • Weight 100 g.

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