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Hibiscus tea features dried flowers of the ornamental tropical shrub. The herb has long been valued by various cultures for its tart flavor and wellness properties that include:

  • Maintaining blood pressure levels within normal range**

  • Promoting circulating glucose and lipid balance**

  • Supplying antioxidants for immune support**

Read more about Hibiscus Tea

What is Hibiscus Tea?

Hibiscus tea is an herbal beverage made from the dried red blooms of its namesake shrub. Renowned for its large bright flowers, the tropical plant is common in warm climates and even grows seasonally in cooler areas. Both the plant and its tea have been prized for centuries in many regions of the world, including Africa, the Caribbean, China, India and Mexico. African, Ayurvedic and Chinese wellness traditions have valued the herb for its wide array of wellness benefits.**

The flavor of hibiscus tea, which may be served hot or cold, is tangy, with hints of citrus, cranberry and rose hips. It is rich in vitamin C and also contains various other botanical nutrients, including flavonoids and polysaccharides. These compounds contribute to its antioxidant activity, which is tied to the tea's wellness properties.**

The floral herb has been most extensively researched for upholding blood pressure that is already within healthy range. One study found that adult volunteers who drank three cups of the tea daily had a drop of more than 7 points in their systolic blood pressure. Those with the most elevated systolic blood pressure at the beginning benefited most notably, with readings going down by more than 13 points.**

Investigations have further indicated that the beverage may help to optimize levels of blood glucose and blood lipids, reinforcing its overall circulation-promoting attributes. The tea's combination of vitamin C content and numerous antioxidants have additionally led researchers to suggest that it may aid in modulating the immune system. Science has shown that the herb may also foster mood balance, with the tea having an apparent calming and stabilizing effect.**

Hibiscus Tea Products

Hibiscus tea products are sourced from the plant's signature flower. The herb is primarily available in tea bags, and often blended with other natural botanical ingredients, including fruit. The floral component is also sold as a supplement in capsule form.**

Hibiscus Tea Directions for Use

Prior to beginning any regular supplementation, confer with your health care provider. While the herb is most commonly offered in tea bags, it is sometimes presented as capsules, generally in the range 250 to 500 mg.**