Updated: Mar 30
Sweet, fruity and tangy taste with natural gorgeous ruby red colour.
Roselle also known as Hibiscus, the flower of this variety of Roselle is yellow, white or light pink. The Roselle Blossom Tea, in fact, they’re not flowers but calyces, look like reddish dried up buds. The Roselle Blossom Tea is wide use in India, Asia, Africa and Central America, infusions made from Roselle calyces as tea, juice boxes or ice-cream. In Egypt, Roselle tea has been consumed as a soothing evening tea.
1. Roselle tea is rich in vitamin C, minerals and various antioxidants, while also helping to relieve hypertension and anxiety.
2. According to the American Heart Association, Roselle tea can relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as improve digestive, immune system and inflammatory problem.
3. Roselle buds contain a substance that can inhibit the production of amylase which functions to break down sugar and starch molecules in food.
4. Roselle tea can serve as hot tea, consumed as a soothing evening tea after meal; as cold tea, the infusion is known to satiate thirst quite effectively. Roselle tea is ability to cool the body is well documented by cultures that include it in their diet or medicinal practices.