African Hibiscus for High Blood Pressure and More!
Hibiscus Sabdariffa is an African superfood native to Africa.
It's not the flower you see on Hawaiian shirts, but grows on tall shrubs, that have leaves used in food dishes, and thick stems that can be woven to in burlap fabric.
Let's get into these benefits!
Hibiscus is a natural remedy whos medicinal compounds are found in pharmaceutical and over the counter supplements. These supplements are used to treat:
- high blood pressure
- high cholesterol
- irregular periods
- chronic illness related to low immunity
This flower, when dried, is used for several purposes ranging from medical to snacking.For example, roselle tea commonly called “zobo” in Nigeria is a refreshing drink that is gotten from the dried flowers of the hibiscus sabdariffa species.
Hibiscus is more than just a tea!
Have you tried it on your face or hair?
Stimulate hair growth and treat dandruff
Natural Vitamin C source for skincare
Can be powdered in the blender and used in face masks
can be added to haircare for healthy scalp
Did you know Hibiscus Sabdariffa is native to Africa?
Our dried hibiscus flowers come from Northern Nigeria, home to one of Nigeria’s largest farming communities, where the land is rich in nutrients producing some of the world’s finest crops available.
This species of hibiscus originates from Northern regions of Africa like the subsaharan up to Egypt.
How Hibiscus Benefits your Wellness Lifestyle
Hibiscus is a flowering plant with hundreds of species and numerous purposes, known by many names around the world, recognized for its red color, tart taste, and high vitamin C content. Among its many purposes, the common usages of hibiscus are:
- Food additive for beverages, teas, soups, and syrups
- Treatment for symptoms related to cancer, cardiac, and nerve disease
- Natural diuretic and mild laxative
Our pesticide free, 100% natural sun dried flower can be ground to a powder for DIY face masks, body scrubs, haircare, and many other wellness uses.
Drink hot tea daily for Wellness Habits
Enjoy our hibiscus as a hot tea. Just pour boiling water over and let it steep for 5-7 minutes. You even re-use for a second cup and still get a nice potent flavor. Premium flower!
Bloated? Hibiscus is a natural and mild diuretic to bring balance to your body.
Did you know you can ferment dried hibiscus to make your own wine? Its just one of its many DIY uses and cultures around the world have been making their own amazing concoctions for centuries. In Nigeria, its boiled with cloves, pineapple, cinnamon, and spice to stimulate every area of your palette.