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Hibiscus Tea

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Herb for Healthy Heart

Hibiscus Tea

Herb for Healthy Heart
Heart Health
50 gm Dried Flowers

Hibiscus Tea (Jasud or Japa) also known as “Queen of Tropics” is used worldwide as a sour tea. Herbal decoction of hibiscus flowers has sour, tangy flavour like berries. One can enjoy it hot or iced depending on personal choice this caffeine free herbal tea.

Popular health and nutrition use of Hibiscus flowers is due to its cardio protective, antihypertensive, antimicrobial, digestive and antioxidant properties. Dried hibiscus flowers are rich in anthocyanins, flavonoids, tannins, beta-carotene, Vitamin C, minerals.

50 gm pouch of BestSource Nutrition’s Hibiscus herb comes from finest natural surroundings of Himalayas. Our cultivation process is carefully managed from harvest to formulation using sate of the art technology to guarantee high quality.

 (*THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED TO DIAGNOSE, PREVENT, TREAT OR CURE ANY DISEASE)
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Hibiscus Herb (Hibiscus rosa sinensis) also known as “Queen of Tropics” or Jasud or Japa, belongs to Malvaceae family.The herb Hibiscus rosa-sinensis hasseveral forms with varying colours of flowers but for health benefitsthe red flowered variety is preferred. It is a source of many phytochemicals’ constituents that are responsible of its biologically beneficial properties. It also has potentially active antioxidants that helps in removal of harmful free radicals.

BestSource Nutrition's Hibiscus herb is cultivated in natural, pollution freesurroundings of Himalayas.

Hibiscus herb can be taken by making its decoction. Decoction is a method of extraction by boiling in water, to dissolve valuable nutrients from herb like a tea.


How to prepare (hot):
  • Put 2 teaspoon of Hibiscus Flowers in a bowl.
  • Add 150ml water to bowl & boil it for 2 minutes
  • Alternatively, add boiled water and steep for 5 minutes.
  • Sieve it in a cup & add honey/stevia if needed
  • Enjoy sour taste of Hibiscus

Directions of use: 1 to 3 times daily

WARNING: Avoid if you are pregnant, trying to conceive, nursing or suffering from low blood pressure. If you are diabetic, taking any medication, consult your doctor before use. Stop using at least 2 weeks before a scheduled surgery. Discontinue use and consult your doctor if any adverse reactions occur. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a coil & dry place.

What is Hibiscus Herb?
Hibiscus is an evergreen flowering shrub belonging to the Malvaceae family and is valued as ornamental plant, food, health benefits since thousands of years in tropical regions.Hibiscus rosa sinensisdried flower decoctions are widely used as a sour tea. BestSource Nutrition's Hibiscus herb is cultivated in natural, pollution free surroundings of Himalayas.
What are benefits of Hibiscus tea?
Many scientific studies have reported that the hibiscus flower decoction has antidepressant, cardio protective, antihypertensive, antimicrobial, digestive and antioxidant properties.Sour tea is best used for managing systolic blood pressure.
How Hibiscus Tea works?
Hibiscus flowers are rich in tannins, anthraquinones, quinines, phenols & flavonoids.Hibiscus tea is loaded with antioxidants, including phenols and anthocyanins and it boosts nitric oxide production, which can help our arteries relax and dilate better.
Who should take Hibiscus herb?
People with hypertension can take it for managing high blood pressure. As hibiscus tea is rich in antioxidant, antimicrobial, digestive protective property it is good for overall wellbeing.
What is the best time to drink Hibiscus Tea?
Best Time to take hibiscus tea is mid- morning or in evening.
How to make Hibiscus Tea?
Hibiscus herb can be taken by making decoction of dried flowers. Decoction is a method of extraction by boiling in water, to dissolve valuable nutrients from herb like a flower tea.
Is it safe to drink hibiscus every day?
It is safe to consume hibiscus tea daily for healthy individual.
Who should avoid Hibiscus Tea?
1) Females who are trying to conceive,
2) Ones having low blood pressure
3) Pregnant women
How to store Hibiscus Herb?
Store at room temperature away from sunlight & moisture. Do not freeze supplement. Keep out of the reach of children.

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