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Loose Tea with Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a plant of tropical origin, which has now also become native to this country. Gardeners admire it for its bright and colourful flowers. However, hibiscus is also a great ingredient for delicious tea blends. The slightly tart flavour is a fine additional note for all kinds of fruit and herbal teas, such as this energy tea. But hibiscus tea is also a real taste sensation on its own. Take a look at our large assortment at your leisure.

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Hibiscus Health Benefits

Only the fleshy calyxes are used for hibiscus tea. These are dried and then boiled. Hibiscus is considered to be of great importance, especially in folk medicine. The calyxes contain various fruit acids, which can support various metabolic processes in the body. They also contain mucilage, which can provide relief from gastrointestinal irritation and other problems with mucous membranes.

Hibiscus is full of pectins, which can regulate blood cholesterol levels, as well as antioxidants and vitamin C. One study has shown that two cups of hibiscus tea can positively affect cholesterol levels by raising "good" HDL cholesterol and lowering "bad" LDL cholesterol. In addition, hibiscus is also said to have antibacterial properties. Here, the vitamin C and some of the secondary plant compounds can support the body against colds.

But as with all our teas, the motto is: you don't have to be sick to enjoy it. It tastes good even if you are perfectly healthy - and that is what we wish for you. Be well.