4 Hibiscus flowers
1 tbsp Lime Juice for 2 cups of water
Sugar/Honey (as per taste)
To decrease body temperature,
treat heart disease,
and sooth a sore throat.
In Iran, hibiscus tea is used to treat high blood pressure.
Recent studies have looked at the possible role of hibiscus in the treatment of high blood pressure and high cholesterol and in weight loss.
However, it should be noted that these studies used concentrated doses, and further research is needed to fully confirm the benefits of hibiscus in tea.
Very high doses of hibiscus extract could potentially cause liver damage.
Hibiscus consumption is not safe for people who take chloroquine, a medication for malaria.
People with diabetes or on high blood pressure medications should monitor their blood sugar and blood pressure levels when consuming hibiscus.
This is because it may decrease blood sugar or blood pressure levels.
Pregnant or breastfeeding women should not drink hibiscus tea.
Drinking hibiscus tea in moderation is generally considered safe.
Note: hibiscus leaves stains, so keep this in mind when you are preparing this tea.
2 Ways:Dried/Washed flowers
Iam showing the method with washed flowers