APABEST Hibiscus Herbal Tin – 100g
- Volume: 100g
- High Quality
- Served Hot or Iced
- 100% Natural
- Many people are familiar with the beautiful flowers of the hibiscus plant (Hibiscus Sabdariffa). It originated in North Africa and Southeast Asia but now grows in many tropical and subtropical climates. People around the world use various parts of the plant as food and medicine. The part of the hibiscus plant that protects and supports the flower is called the calyx. The dried calyces are used to make hibiscus tea.
Hibiscus tea is categorized as an herbal tea. Herbal tea is made from a variety of plants, herbs, and spices. In many countries, herbal tea cannot be called “tea” since it does not come from the tea plant, Camellia sinensis Although not as popular as black and green teas, herbal tea sales continue to rise, in part due to their potential health benefits. A meta-analysis of studies published in 2015, found that drinking hibiscus tea significantly lowered both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. More studies are needed to confirm the results. Research published in 2011 compared the results of consuming hibiscus versus black tea on cholesterol levels. Some studies have demonstrated positive effects when examining the effects of concentrated hibiscus on managing bofy weight. Hibiscus tea is naturally calorie and caffeine-free. It can be served hot or iced.