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Hibiscus High Tea Blend

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Product Description

Organic ingredients: hibiscus flowers, rosehips, lemongrass, orange peel, spearmint, rose petals and stevia.  

Avg Brew Time: 3 - 4 min

Rich and fruity with a hit of mint. Tastes great hot or cold.

Highlights:

  • Rich in antioxidants
  • Good source of vitamin C
  • May help improve poor digestion

 Hibiscus high tea blend is rich in antioxidants and bioflavonoids and is a good choice for fighting off colds and infections by strengthening the immune system. The red flowering tropical hibiscus plant gives this infusion drink its unique taste and wonderful color. It’s delicious hot or cold with a slice of lemon. The hibiscus flowers, rosehips and rose petals are all rich in vitamin C (not to mention the boost the drink receives from the lemon).

Rose hips and rose petals both come from the rose plant. Rose hips are the edible and nutritious fruit found underneath the petals. Not only are the hips rich in vitamin C, but they also contain vitamins A, D, E and iron. The essential fatty acids found in rose hips are involved in tissue regeneration and the retinoic acid is responsible for skin rejuvenation and quickens the healing of damaged skin.

Lemongrass is considered a sacred herb by the ancients due to its healing and protective properties. Today, it’s valued for its ability to ward off problems such as anxiety, headaches and fever. It’s a good cleanser and is said to be helpful in detoxifying the liver, pancreas, kidney, bladder and the digestive tract. It cuts down uric acid, cholesterol, excess fats and other toxins in the body while stimulating digestion, blood circulation and lactation.

The peel of an orange is a known “bitter” that helps treat poor digestion due to hypoacidity as it helps to stimulate hydrochloric acid production. It is often used as a flavor enhancer and is among the most popular bitters on the market. Another popular herb on the market to enhance poor digestion is spearmint. It is said to stimulate gastric organs to increase the production of enzyme filled fluids which helps to soothe digestive concerns.

There’s a lot of buzz these days about what sweetener is good for you and which you should avoid. Stevia has been used in medicinal teas for treating various ailments for centuries. It is said to be 300 times sweeter than sucrose (sugar) and has no negligible effect on blood glucose. Concerns about the safety of stevia still exist in the US, but Japan, China and Korea have used it in foods and soft drinks for many years as an alternative to the artificial sweeteners, cyclamate and saccharin, which are suspected carcinogens.


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  1. Hibiscus Tea 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 15th May 2018

    When I started drinking the Herbal Tea I had headaches, it has helped stop the headaches. The Herbal Tea has also help lower my blood pressure and cholesterol. I notice I have less colds. Since I am unable to take vitamin pills this is where I get my source of vitamins.


  2. Hibiscus helps with my blood pressure 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 13th Mar 2014

    I have suffered with high blood pressure for many years. I've taken a variety of meds over the years but most had such side effects I had to stop taking them. Consequently, I was constantly trying new ones. There has been a lot of articles saying to try this and that to help reduce your blood pressure. The Hibiscus High tea is really the only one that works for me when taken in conjunction with my current meds. I no longer get readings in the 200 range and while they may not be what the new guidelines recommend, my readings are far lower than at any time previously. I am now taking less meds at lower milligrams. I drink a cup first thing in the morning with my meds. I also add it to my smoothies, as the liquid to my oatmeal and to fruit juices to reduce the sugar content.



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