Hibiscus Tea

$7.95

Hibiscus Tea 

Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa / Egyptian Red Tea) has benefits of reducing blood pressure, cholesterol levels, aids the immune and digestive systems, and acts as an anti-inflammatory. Another interesting benefit of this tea is that it speeds up metabolism which may promote gradual and safe weight loss. 

As our version of this tea is quite strong, you can reuse the same leaves up to three times. Also good chilled! (maybe even better).

For further reading on the many benefits of Hibiscus Tea, please read our article here.

Please see our feedback and reviews below in regards to blood pressure - it really does work for many people! Please also check your blood pressure regularly and consult with doctor if taking, as you may find that your medication may be now lowering it more than needed.

Grown in Australia

Description

Hibiscus Tea 

Hibiscus (Hibiscus Sabdariffa / Egyptian Red Tea) has benefits of reducing blood pressure, cholesterol levels, aids the immune and digestive systems, and acts as an anti-inflammatory. Another interesting benefit of this tea is that it speeds up metabolism which may promote gradual and safe weight loss. 

As our version of this tea is quite strong, you can reuse the same leaves up to three times. Also good chilled! (maybe even better).

For further reading on the many benefits of Hibiscus Tea, please read our article here.

Please see our feedback and reviews below in regards to blood pressure - it really does work for many people! Please also check your blood pressure regularly and consult with doctor if taking, as you may find that your medication may be now lowering it more than needed.

Grown in Australia

Regardless of whether you are an avid or an occasional tea drinker, you are sure to enjoy the soothing and calming effects of hibiscus tea. As a leading distributor of hibiscus tea in Australia, you can rest assured that when you place your order through Tea Life, you will receive nothing but the highest quality product to indulge in any time of day.

When making your tea, our recommendation is to add one to two teaspoons of the dried hibiscus flowers to one cup of water. You can easily consume up to three cups of tea per day and enjoy the soothing and healthy results. 

Grown in Australia!

Health Benefits

There are numerous benefits associated with regularly drinking hibiscus tea. One of the leading advantages revolves around weight loss. It’s important to remember that healthy weight loss should never happen quickly. Instead, it should take place gradually and over time, which will improve the possibility of keeping the weight off in the long term. Hibiscus tea can help to aid in weight loss because it can speed up your metabolism.

Do you struggle with high blood pressure? Do you know that your cholesterol levels are not where they should be? Incorporating hibiscus tea into your diet can help you see a continuous change for the better regarding these important aspects of your health. Just by drinking 500 millilitres of this type of tea before you eat breakfast can help to lower your blood pressure and cholesterol level over time.

Another one of the leading reasons why you should drink hibiscus tea is the fact that it can help to boost your immune system while acting as an anti-inflammatory at the same time. During the colder months when there is an uptick in seasonal sicknesses, hibiscus tea can help you to maintain a stronger immune system. Additionally, if you struggle with pain as a result of inflammation, hibiscus tea can act as a natural anti-inflammatory.

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Brewing
  1. Place 1-2 whole (or the equivalent of ) hibiscus flowers within strainer and then add boiling water. You should see the flowers release a red to purple color.
  2. Allow the hibiscus tea to steep for approximately 1 minute. Brew the tea longer for a stronger flavor or for a shorter period for a lighter tea.
Cautionary

Marked as 'possibly unsafe' during pregnancy.

"To lower blood pressure, health professionals with the University of Michigan Health System recommend infusing 1 cup of water with 1 to 2 teaspoons of dried hibiscus flowers. You can consume up to three cups of hibiscus tea daily. Alternatively, drinking one 500 milliliters serving of hibiscus tea each day before breakfast may also help to lower your blood pressure levels."

Blends

Justyn - "I make 2-3 litres of hibiscus & hawthorn tea at a time before refrigerating it and enjoying it over ice. For 3 litres I use about 6 tbsp of Hibiscus and 1 tbsp of Hawthorn. It is so good I drink around a litre or more of the stuff a day! Great product, great service, great health"

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