Some Info about Hibiscus Flower Tea
The hibiscus flower tea is a natural tea which is made from the dried petals of the hibiscus flower, whose medical label is Hibiscus sabdariffa.
Throughout history, hibiscus flower tea has been a preferred beverage in many cultures including in China, Mexico, Caribbean countries, Africa, and Europe. In Latin America this tea is called flor de Jamaica, bissap in Western Africa, karkade in Egypt and Sudan, sorrel in Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica and red sorrel in the wider Carribbean.
Ancient Egyptians consumed hibiscus flower tea to keep cool on the desert environment, promote cardiac and nervous system health and as a "toast" for wedding cereomonies. In Iran, it has been a traditional aid for occasional nervous restlessness and sleeping issues.
Beyond the traditional uses of hibiscus tea, some preliminary research studies suggest that this enjoyable brew may enhance your overall health although there is not sufficient evidence. Refer to