Hibiscus flowers are widely used to treat heart diseases and to lower blood pressure. It is an effective medicine for the treatment of irregular and painful menstruation. It is widely used in gynecological conditions like hemorrhage.
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In Ayurveda, Hibiscus is called “Japa Pushpa”. It belongs to the malvaceae family. It is an evergreen shrub with dark green leaves.
Hibiscus flowers are widely used to treat heart diseases and to lower blood pressure. It is an effective medicine for the treatment of irregular and painful menstruation. It is widely used in gynecological conditions like hemorrhage. It is widely used in hair oil preparations since it is a natural conditioning agent. It also treats hair problems such as itchy scalp, dandruff, hair loss, premature greying of the hair.
Source of our Hibiscus Powder.
Our Hibiscus powder comes from pesticide free farms of North India. An extra effort is given to ensure that the plant grows in the most optimum climatic conditions.
Plant Part used.
Health Benefits of Hibiscus powder.
1. Ayurvedic method for Blood Pressure Management
Hibiscus is anti-inflammatory; hence, hibiscus tea is a powerful tonic to reduce blood pressure; also, the diuretic property of Hibiscus increases urine output thereby reducing B.P
2. Hibiscus powder Lowers Cholesterol:
Hibiscus tea is known to reduce bad “LDL” choresterol.
3. Helps in weight loss:
Hibiscus inhibits the production of amylase, which facilitates carbohydrates and starch absorption; Hence, drinking hibiscus tea may prevent absorption of carbohydrates and starch. Thus, hibiscus tea helps in weight loss.
4. Improves Digestion:
Hibiscus tea improves bowel movement and urination thus helps in improving digestion.
5. Alleviates menstrual Pain:
Hibiscus tea reduces menstrual main by optimizing hormonal balance.
6. Strengthens Liver:
Hibiscus contains antioxidants which can neutralize free radicals from the body thereby supporting a healthy living.
How to use?
You can drink hibiscus tea in the form of hot tea or ice tea.
Word of caution
- Hibiscus Tea consumption may reduce blood pressure hence, people having low blood pressure should avoid Hibiscus Tea.
Pregnant ladies should avoid consumption of Hibiscus Tea since it may stimulate menstruation and cause miscarriage.