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Deliciously fruity and caffeine free, this herbal tea is sure to be your new favorite afternoon and evening drink. Try it iced for an almost lemonade-like flavor!

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Vitamins & Minerals

Hibiscus tea is high in essential minerals as well as vitamins A and C.

Heart Health

Hibiscus tea has polyphenols that can help lower LDL cholesterol, prevent heart disease and fight bacteria.

Stress Relief

Herbal teas like Hibiscus are known for their calming effects and has been used as the focal point of social events and unwinding after a long day.

Other Benefits

Hibiscus tea has other potential health benefits including lower blood pressure, cancer prevention and anti-inflammatory properties.

Why Hibiscus Tea?

Hibiscus traditionally represents "grace and beauty," and has been an ornamental decoration for the home or body for centuries. 

The tea is made by taking the outer covering of the flower buds and drying them before steeping them in hot water. As a plant, it has good amounts of Vitamins C and A, and is particularly effective at rehydrating you after exercise or when you're sick. 

The tea has a lovely deep red color similar to grenadine, but with a flavor closer to lemonade.

Brewing Instructions

Use 1 tsp per 8oz of boiling water, and let steep for 5-10 minutes.

For Loose Tea: Steep 10 teaspoons in a quart of boiling water, then add 3 quarts cold water and refrigerate.

For Gallon Bag: Steep 1 iced tea bag in 1L of boiling water for 5 minutes and remove tea bag. Dilute with 3L water and refrigerate.

Mix some sugar to taste.

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Egyptian Hibiscus Petal Tea

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Egyptian Hibiscus Petal Tea

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R.B.
Egyptian Hibiscus Petals fit for a Pharaoh

Wonderfully flavored Hibiscus petals make for a delicious tea any time of day. The tart floral distinctive flavor does not disappoint!

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K.W.
We drank this every day in Egypt

Love this tea, and it's hard to find in the West, so happy to have found this site

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Egyptian Hibiscus Petal Tea

Egyptian Hibiscus Petal Tea

Hibiscus traditionally represents "grace and beauty," and has been an ornamental decoration for the home or body for centuries. 

The tea is made by taking the outer covering of the flower buds and drying them before steeping them in hot water. As a plant, it has good amounts of Vitamins...

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