Hibiscus flower also goes by the name Jamaica, sorrel, chai torsh, bissap, and many others. From Iran to Mexico to Tobago this crimson blossom has a serious fan following. Hibiscus flowers are sort of a miracle plant. The leaves are used to make healing compounds. The seeds have diuretic properties. The fibrous stems are used to make burlap. And the sepals – the fleshy part that holds the flower – are used for food colouring and for tisanes.
Material Feature : Vegetarian
Shelf Life: 1 Year
Storage Instruction: Store in 10 to 15 degree Celsius
Package Content: 1 Hibiscus Bottle
Hibiscus, Coated with Cane Sugar, Citric Acid Sodium Metabisulfite
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