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Botanical Name: (Hibiscus subdariffa)
Product Forms: Whole Leaves – Crushed(Slices) – Tea Bag Cut (TBC)
Season: From April till Early-October
Availability: Available all over the Year 
Capacity:  Flowers : 6 MT / 20 FCL & 13 MT / 40 FCL
  Slices: 10 MT / 20 FCL & 22.5 MT / 40 FCL
  Tea Bag Cut: (TBC) : 15 MT/ 20 FCL & 26 MT / 40 FCL
Packages: Paper Bags – Polypropylene Bags
Weight:25 KGs net

The Benefits of Hibiscus

Hibiscus (Hibiscus subdariffa) is very popular in some parts of North Africa, especially in Egypt and Sudan; hibiscus from Upper Egypt and Sudan is highly prized in both countries. 

The red hibiscus flower is traditionally worn by Tahitian women. A single flower, tucked behind the ear, is used to indicate the wearer's availability for marriage.

The bark of the hibiscus contains strong bast fibres that can be obtained by letting the stripped bark set in the sea to let the organic material rot away.

The tea made from hibiscus flowers is known by many names in many countries around the world and is served both hot and cold. The beverage is well known for its color, tanginess and flavor.

The tea is popular as a natural diuretic; it contains vitamin C and minerals, and is used traditionally as a mild medicine.

Dieters or people with kidney problems often take it without adding sugar for its beneficial properties and as a natural diuretic.

It is confirmed that drinking hibiscus tea in an amount readily incorporated into the diet may play a role in controlling blood pressure.

As a hair treatment, the flowers are boiled in oil along with other spices to make medicated hair oil. The leaves and flowers are ground into a fine paste with a little water, and the resulting lathery paste is used as a shampoo plus conditioner. 



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