The tea is drunk in our house without added sugar.
Hibiscus sabdariffa can help with a variety of ailments, because the medicinal plant has the following effects:
blood sugar lowering
and gallbladder stimulating.
The flowers of Hibiscus sabdariffa contain a lot of valuable vitamin C and dissolve mucus when processed as a tea, help with a cold and are said to act against depressive moods.
To make hibiscus tea yourself, you need a good handful of hibiscus flowers for one cup of tea. Pour boiling water over them and let them steep for six to eight minutes - no longer, otherwise the hibiscus tea will be too bitter! The contained citric, malic and tartaric acids give the tea a fruity and sour taste. The healthy and delicious tea tastes both cold and warm.