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What is hibiscus tea?
Hibiscus sabdariffa flowers are native to Africa and grow in many tropical and subtropical regions around the world 鈥?including Thailand, China, and Mexico.These flowers are one of many species of shrubs, trees, and flowers in the mallow (Malvaceae) family. Hibiscus tea has a fruity, refreshing flavor that many enjoy hot or iced.
Can you drink hibiscus tea cold?
It is drunk around the world either hot or cold and some prefer to add spices and sweeten the tart flavor with sugar. To make your own hibiscus tea from scratch, you will first need to grow the flowers.
Is hibiscus tea good or bad for cholesterol?
In one study, people who drank hibiscus tea experienced an increase in 鈥?good cholesterol 鈥?(high-density lipoproteins) and a decrease in 鈥?bad cholesterol 鈥?(low-density lipoproteins). Many of the current studies have been limited to individuals with certain conditions, however, and some show conflicting results.
Can Hibiscus calyx be used for tea?
Some of these, such as Hibiscus sabdariffa L., have edible calyxes that can be dried and used for tea. Also known as roselle, red sorrel and flor de Jamaica, Hibiscus sabdariffa L. is the hibiscus most commonly used for tea and is used in many areas of the world, according to a March 2013 article in Fitoterapia….