Hibiscus flowers aren’t just gorgeous to look at, they are also packed with tons of health benefits, which is what makes them a staple must-have in my apothecary. Grab this easy download on how to use dried hibiscus flowers in 3 different ways.
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8 Benefits Of Hibiscus Tea
There are several hundred species of hibiscus varying by location and climate they grow in. The most commonly used hibiscus is Hibiscus sabdariffa. It has a distinguished tart flavor that is similar to cranberries and can be enjoyed in many forms.
Research has uncovered a range of health benefits linked to drinking hibiscus tea, showing these to be the most common but not limited to:
One: Packed With Antioxidants
Two: May Help Lower Blood Pressure
Three: May Help Lower Blood Fat Levels
Four: May Boost Liver Health
Five: Could Promote Weight Loss
Six: Contains Compounds That May Help Prevent Cancer
Seven: Could Help Fight Bacteria
Eight: Flavorful And Easy To Make
Tips For Sourcing Dried Flowers
In The Entrepreneurial Herbal Lab, I teach my students to look for these four things when sourcing their dried goods.
- Look For A Certified Organic Seal
- Sustainably Wild-Harvested
- Tightly Sealed Packaging
- Fresh Color, Scent, Taste
After purchasing or receiving your herbs, be sure to take them out of their packaging, transfer them into dry, clean, glass jars with airtight lids. Label them: Name, scientific name, date, expiration, and store them in a dark, dry, cool place away from heat, moisture, and sunlight to preserve and prevent them from molding.
How To Use Dried Hibiscus Flowers 3 Different Ways
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