Hibiscus Flowers Cut and Sifted Organic


Weight: 3oz
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Hibiscus Flowers Cut and Sifted Organic,

Kosher, Non-GMO,

Non Irradiated, Quality Ingredient,

Sun-dried Red Color Fruity Flavor, 


Organic Hibiscus flower

Origin: Bulgaria
Botanical name: Rubus idaeus L.



Organic Hibiscus flower


Hibiscus plants are known for their large, colorful flowers. These blossoms can make a decorative addition to a home or garden, but they also have medicinal uses. Native to warm climates, they are just one of several species in the Malvaceae family. Hibiscus flowers are hand-picked and sun-dried which gives the flowers its natural red color and fruity flavor. The flowers and leaves can be made into teas and liquid extracts that can help treat a variety of condition, Hibiscus Flowers are hand-picked and sun-dried, and then cut and sifted to provide a flavorful blend for many drinks and foods. Our hibiscus has zero additives and zero chemicals. It is kosher certified, organic certified, and non-irradiated.

Hibiscus Flower Benefits:

  • Good Source of Nutrients and Antioxidants


To prepare as a tea, pour 8 oz booking water over 1 tp of herb. Cover and steep 3-5 minutes, strain and serve immediately.

How to use it effectively?:

  • As a tea, 1–3 cups per day is appropriate ( 8 ). It's recommended to limit your intake to 1 cup per day if you choose to consume it earlier in pregnancy. If you experience Braxton Hicks contractions during pregnancy or have spotting in the second or third trimesters, you should discontinue use

May contain peanuts or shell fragments. Hibiscus may be intercropped with peanuts.

  • Flowers
  • They are used fresh or dried for later use.

    It can be used in teas, juices, and beverages. It has a tart lemony flavor that has been compared to the taste of cranberries.

    The red type tropical hibiscus is the known variety for this purpose, but it has been said that other combinations may be used but check for edibility and flavor.

  • Leaves
  • Leaves can be used fresh and dried.

    Young fresh leaves can be consumed raw in salads and as a garnish. They are tarter and more astringent than the flowers.

    Leaves can also be dried into powder to add to teas, drinks, skin, and hair care aids.

    Product Warning

    May contain peanuts or shell fragments. Hibiscus may be intercropped with peanuts.

    CAUTION: If pregnant, nursing, suffering from any medical condition, or taking medication, consult a health care practitioner before use. Avoid eyes and mucous membranes. Test before use. For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.




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