Hibiscus tea is a floral tea made from infusing the flowers of a mallow plant in hot water to create a deep crimson-colored drink.

Hibiscus tea is cultivated and drunk on several continents including Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Americas. Hibiscus tea has been shown to lower blood pressure.

Where Is Hibiscus Tea From?

The roselle hibiscus that popularized hibiscus tea worldwide first originated in North Africa, where it can be found commonly in dried form at open air markets.

What Does Hibiscus Tea Taste Like?

For tea enthusiasts who may be worried that hibiscus has a cloying or perfumey flavor.

Is Hibiscus Tea Good for You?

– Lower blood pressure – Weight loss aid – Promotes a healthy liver

Is It Safe to Drink Hibiscus Tea Every Day?

Hibiscus tea is generally considered safe to drink in moderate amounts since the hibiscus flower is not harmful to humans.

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