Hibiscus Tea

How to Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits and Side Effects)

How to Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits and Side Effects) : Hibiscus tea is one of the best tea for those persons have problem related to high blood pressure and high cholesterol. Hibiscus tea also known as Agua de Jamaica, Jamaica Drink or Jamaica Tea or chai. It is made from dried or fresh hibiscus flowers and is a amazing deep or dark red in color and it has a sour tart taste like cranberries that is really awesome.

How to Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits and Side Effects)

Slightly sweet, sour and refreshing, it is a perfect beverage to have in summer, monsoon or in a winter day also.

It can be consumed hot or cold this is depending on you, if you consume sweetened tea then added sugar or honey in it.

It is one of the popular beverages in the world and is known for its medicinal uses or called herbal tea.

This tea is easily available in the market or an social sites, and if you can get on your hands on hibiscus dried flowers, you can even make it at your home. 

How to Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits and Side Effects)

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Health Benefits : How To Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits And Side Effects)

1.Hibiscus flower tea is known as herbal tea because of its many health benefits. It’s known to be good for those people who faced high blood pressure and high cholesterol like diseases.

2. It is good for your digestive system and immune systems also.

3. This tea brings down the sugar level and helps in controlling the blood sugar level of the body.

4. There are studies showing that this tea is also helpful in weight loss.

5.Hibiscus flower is rich in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants and it also helpful in the treatment of hypertension and anxiety.

6. Hibiscus tea also known to have anti-cancer properties.

7. Given the number of Hibiscus Tea Benefits, you should try this easy recipe out.

hibiscus tea

Side Effects of Hibiscus Tea:

Hibiscus tea has also many side effects with their health benefits. As you all also known as everything have our bad and good effects. So this is necessary to all of you to knowing these side effects.

1.A high dosage of this tea can cause damage to your liver also.

2. It is advisable that people with high blood pressure and high blood sugar level should regularly check blood pressure and sugar level if you are consuming hibiscus tea daily, as it may decrease blood sugar and blood pressure level.

3. This is also harmful for Pregnant and breastfeeding women so those women should also avoid this tea it affects the estragon level of the body.

4. If you are taking any birth control pills or on any kind of hormonal treatment, please avoid taking this tea.

5. Hibiscus Tea Hallucination is a rare side effect caused by excess consumption of this.

Step by Step Recipe : How To Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits And Side Effects)

Ingredients

  • 8 Hibiscus Flowers
  • 3 cups Water
  • 1 tbsp Lemon Juice
  • Honey (As per taste)

Process of How To Make Hibiscus Tea|(Benefits And Side Effects)

1. You Remove the calyx or the green part from which the flower is attached to the plant and also remove the stamen part of the flower this is the part from which the seeds are attach.

2. Then you wash the petals properly and add them in a pot and set aside.

3. Boil the water in a deep pan and once it comes to a boil then pour it over the petals.

4. Cover to the pot and let the colour from the hibiscus flowers steep into the water.

5. Steep for 10-12 minutes.

6. Strain the tea.

7.Add few drops of lemon juice or honey in it and mix well.

Hibiscus Tea

Serving Suggestions

You can either serve this tea hot or cold.

You can add a lot of ice cubes in a glass or placed in refrigerator and pour this over the ice, Serve chilled. Either way, it tastes delicious.

You can also choose to add honey or stevia or jaggery or any other sweetener to this tea.

I like to add some mint leaves, few lemon slices and a whole hibiscus flower in the serving glasses to make it look more beautiful.

To serve it to kids, make popsicles of this tea. They will just love it.

Color of tea is really gorgeous deep red that looks awesome and really you like it.

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Hibiscus tea

Hibiscus Tea

NIDHI SINGHAL
Hibiscus flower tea is known as herbal tea because of its many health benefits. It’s known to be good for those people who faced high blood pressure and high cholesterol like diseases. Hibiscus flower is rich in vitamin C, minerals, and antioxidants and it is also helpful in the treatment of hypertension and anxiety.
Course Drinks, tea
Servings 2

Ingredients
  

  • 9 ·  8 Hibiscus Flowers·  3 cups Water·  1 tbsp Lemon Juice·  Honey (As per taste)
  • 3 cup Water
  • 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  • Honey as per Taste

Instructions
 

Steps For making Hibiscus Tea

  •   Remove the calyx or green part from which the flower is attached to the plant.
  •   Also remove stamen part of flower i.e. it is the part from which the seeds are attached.
  • Properly Wash the petals well and add them in a pot.
  • Then boil the water and once it comes to a boil ,pour it over the petals.
  •   Steep for 10-12 minutes.
  •   Strain the tea.
  •    Add few drops of lemon juice or lemon slice in it and mix well.
  • You can add 1 tbsp honey if you wish to.

Chilled Hibiscus Tea

  •   Add ice cubes in a glass and pour the tea over or place in refrigerator then add few ice cubes.
  •    Serve chilled.

Notes

Notes

Do not drink hibiscus tea if you are pregnant or on any hormonal medication.
Do not drink in excess amount to this tea, if your blood pressure is low.
If you have dried hibiscus flowers in place of fresh ones, so you can use dried flowers to make this tea as well.

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