Hibiscus Tea is caffeine-free tea made from flowers of the Hibiscus plant.
The tea is made from the calyces and sepals, not out the actual petals.
Table of Contents
Health advantages of Hibiscus Tea
Hibiscus Tea is a famous drink in several states from Asia to Africa to the Caribbean and various states have their unique ways of preparing the drink.
In some places, including parts of China, Hibiscus is blended with black leaf tea.
Though, not as famous in the USA, Hibiscus leaf is an extremely common ingredient in herbal teas.
It imparts a tangy taste and deep purplish redo shade to blends of which it’s apart.
Health advantages of Hibiscus and Hibiscus Tea:
Traditional uses of Hibiscus include the cure of high BP, the lowering of temperature, and the cure of liver issues.
Unlike several herbs, Hibiscus has been studied fairly widely and there’re even some fairly conclusive human researches establishing not only its efficiency for various cures but comparing it to largely used medications and exploring side effects.
Though most of the searches used standardized extracts of Hibiscus, Hibiscus Tea has been studied to some degree shows promise that tea itself can be helpful as a cure in some cases.
- Lower fever – Hibiscus Tea has been shown in laboratory animals to have fever lowering properties. There’s evidence suggesting that its system of action is different from that of aspirin, which also reduces fever.
- Lowering BP – Hibiscus Tea also helpful in lowering blood pressure and supporting its use for hypertension. Hibiscus Tea extracts have been compared to the drug Captopril and were found to be equally efficient.
- Protecting the liver – the effects of different chemicals on the liver is way more complex and wrongly understood, but there’s none the less some evidence that Hibiscus Tea can protect against damage reasoned by several chemicals.