There are many benefits of hibiscus tea. If you’re looking for some reasons to drink hibiscus tea, here are seven of them:

Hibiscus tea provides numerous health benefits:

  • it lowers blood pressure by an average of 7 points after six weeks of drinking hibiscus tea three times a day
  • it’s rich in vitamin C so it may reduce the duration of illness
  • it’s rich in antioxidants (such as vitamin C) that protect from cancer and the damaging effects of free radicals
  • it’s a diuretic and a mild laxative
  • it lowers the risk of heart disease
  • it lowers LDL cholesterol levels

Hibiscus Tea Benefits

When you consume hibiscus tea after the meal, it will help in breaking down starch and sugar. As a result, it’s helpful when you’re on a diet. The tea is also a diuretic so it increases the excretion of water from the body which can make you look skinnier. Moreover, hibiscus tea is calorie-free (of course if you don’t sweeten it with sugar or honey). Drinking the tea may also increase satiety. Moreover, it’s a great substitute for unhealthy sugared diet sodas!

Benefits of Hibiscus tea is very easy to make. It takes only 5 minutes to make hot tea and only 20 minutes to make cold tea. It’s a great drink that you can serve to your guests instead of unhealthy sodas or “boring” black tea or coffee.

Hibiscus tea can be consumed either cold or hot. Hot Hibiscus tea is a great drink in the winter; cold hibiscus tea is a great refreshing beverage in the summer. Hibiscus tea is drunk by people all over the world living in different climates – Jamaica, USA, Mexico, Thailand, Egypt, Sudan and Italy.

Hibiscus tea is high in electrolytes so it can be used to replenish electrolytes in the body after exercise. It’s way healthier to replenish your electrolytes with hibiscus tea than with sugared and artificially flavored sports/energy drinks.

If you like the tart taste (like cranberries), you’ll love hibiscus tea! There are many ways to make hibiscus tea: you can drink it cold or hot, with sugar or honey or without it, with additional spices such as clover, ginger or without them, with lime or without it or even with rum. So many ways to make it even tastier!

There’s something cool in this deep red color of the tea, don’t you think? Your kids will surely love it! (well, every reason is good enough to drink this tea!)

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