- Indigenous African hibiscus flower
- Makes a sweet tea with tart flavour similar to rosehips
- Natural anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties
- High in antioxidants
- Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
How to make Roselle Tea:
- Set 16 pieces of dried roselle aside.
- Bring 2 litres of water to boil over a high heat.
- Pour in 1 cup of your favour sugar (we love coconut blossom sugar!).
- Place the roselle pieces into the boiling water.
- Lower the heat to a slow boil.
- Leave to draw on the stove for 15 minutes or until the water turns deep red.
- Strain the liquid into a hot-liquids safe jug.
- Chill in the fridge for 2-3 hours.
- Serve with ice.
- Consult with your trusted healthcare provider before use, especially if you are using medication to regulate blood pressure or suffer from hypoglycemia.
- Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
Did you know? Roselle contains a compound which inhibits the body’s natural production of amylase, the enzyme responsible for breaking down complex starches and other carbohydrates. Drinking tea made from Roselle may help to slow down the absorption of carbohydrates.
- Nett Weight: 70 g
- Dried Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa).
Country of Origin:
- Product of Malawi or Nigeria.
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