Nived Hibiscus Tea
- HIBISCUS - Hibiscuses are shrubs and small trees that produce beautiful, colorful trumpet-shaped flowers. Native to warm climates, they are just one of several species in the Malvaceae family. The plant has virtually no fragrance (some offer a minimal scent). Some common names include wax mallow, mazapan, Turk's cap mallow, and sleeping hibiscus.
- A VERSATILE INGREDIENT - Hibiscus cut and sifted flowers are caffeine-free, making them ideal for herbal tea blends. Or mix them with green tea for a soothing, refreshing flavor and aroma. They are tart and colorful, which makes them a nice addition to any cuisine. Hibiscus cut and sifted flowers have also been used in cosmetics and as a dye.
- FLAVORFUL AND ROBUST - When the cut and sifted flowers are dried out and soaked in hot water, they deliver a tart flavor with a hint of cranberry-like flavor. Hibiscus flowers enhance the taste of green and black teas with their flavor. Mix them with peppermint, linden leaves or spearmint to add robust, intense flavor to beverages.
- SOME USES OF HIBISCUS- Hibiscus has been used for centuries for many positive effects to the body. It is packed with antioxidants and has been known to lower blood pressure, It could also lower blood fat levels and boost liver health. Hibiscus can also be used to help with weight loss and may fight cancer. One other thing it is known to do is fight bacteria and it is flavorful and easy to make.