Hibiscus is extracted from flower hibiscus. There's other names: Sudanese rose or red sorrel.
Hibiscus does excellent work during the hot summer months. Its sweet-sour flavor freshens well and quenches thirst.
There is even a variety of hibiscus, the fibers of which produce packaging bags, quilts and rugs. Its stem is used in paper and cardboard production, its seeds - drinks and coffee.
Rarely is there a plant that is so useful to man that exists in nature. Red tea is valued by lovers of a healthy lifestyle with its many beneficial properties.
Hibiscus has unique features: a refrigerated drink lowers blood pressure and hot - it increases.
In addition, the tea has a beneficial effect on the liver, gastrointestinal tract, nervous system. Hibiscus acts as a antispasmodic and diuretic, cleanses the body from alcohol intoxication, in other words - a hangover. Strengthens the walls of blood vessels and regulate their permeability.
Since ancient times, this tea is called "drink of the gods" because pharaohs and Egyptian priests preferred it.See more