Hibiscus is a flower that is known for its various health benefits. It has a rich and bold flavor just like its powerful health properties. In addition, Hibiscus has been consumed in many regions of the world as a healthy drink incorporated into people’s daily routines. Accordingly, Hibiscus is full of antioxidants and contains vitamins C, Iron, and Calcium which are essential for keeping a strong and healthy immune system. Hibiscus tea also reduces skin damage and helps with weight loss.
Our hibiscus flowers are grown ethically and sustainably and are sourced from farming communities in the Mashi Local Government Area of Katsina, Nigeria.
6 benefits of Hibiscus Tea:
Hibiscus tea is considered a sour tea because of its natural and citric flavors. After all, it tastes similar to cranberries and red fruits, and it is optional to drink as a hot or cold drink. Furthermore, it provides a health boost for the whole body. Experts recommend consuming it in moderate amounts and not drinking more than two cups daily in adults or a quart for children and pregnant women. It’s a wholesome addition to your daily routine! Here are a few benefits of Hibiscus tea.
Full of antioxidants: It has been known that Hibiscus Tea helps to reduce the impact on the skin caused by environmental pollutants and free radicals.
Prevent liver steatosis disease: Promotes the liver’s functioning and keeps it working properly.
Help decrease inflammation and strengthen the immune system: Enhance well-being and thus contain vitamin C, iron, and calcium.
Significant decline in systolic blood pressure: Hibiscus Tea reduces blood pressure and prevents the risk of suffering heart illness.
Combat high blood fat: Strengthen the metabolic system by decreasing cholesterol.
Boosts weight loss: Drinking Hibiscus Tea supports weight loss.
Hibiscus Tea Recipes
Traditional Hibiscus Recipe
It’s a must to take time in the day for yourself! That is important for your health no less! For that, we promote enjoying delicious drinks from wholesome products! When winter is upon us, there is no better time to try a sweet and calming cup of hibiscus tea.
Ingredients and Preparation: This is the easiest Hibiscus Recipe. Drop in two tsp of Heyru’s Hibiscus flower whole leaves. Add hot water to a cup and let the flowers steep for 3 minutes. Sweeten to your preferences by adding a natural sweetener like Monk Fruit or ½ tsp of honey. Check out the video below for the steps!
Iced Hibiscus Tea Recipe
The multi-use of Hibiscus Leaves doesn’t stop here. You can enjoy a refreshing Iced hibiscus tea as well.
Ingredients and Preparation:
Add 3g of Heyru’s Hibiscus flower whole leaves into a biodegradable tea filter bag. Place the tea bag into ¼ cup of boiled water and let it steep for a minimum of 5 minutes. After that, place the tea bag in a 1-liter jug of cold water and add ice. You can drop a few hibiscus leaves for a nice touch (it looks beautiful!). You can sweeten it with Monk Fruit or honey.
Hibiscus Tea Latte
What is better than combining Hibiscus Tea with milk? A mixture of acidic and sweetened flavors is so tasty!
Ingredients and Preparation:
Add 2-3 Heyru’s Hibiscus flower whole leaves into 1 cup of boiled water. Let steep for 3 minutes. Next, froth your milk (You can use a frother or whisk) until it’s luxuriously creamy. You can use any milk you prefer – almond, soy, or oat. Add the milk to the brewed tea and sweeten it to taste. You can use Monk Fruit or honey, or any other sweetener you prefer. Enjoy!