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This type of hibiscus is called Rosella or Hibiscus sabdariffa, which plants in the wild can be found in India. By the will of fate, even in antiquity, culture was exported to the Middle East and northern Africa. Here, from carmine flower cups and the resulting hibiscus ovaries, they began to make an infusion with a beautiful red-raspberry color, a pleasantly refreshing taste and a host of useful qualities.
Today, tea from hibiscus or hibiscus is commercially produced not only in India, Egypt, Sudan, where the drink has long become traditional. Rosella plantations are cultivated in Java, in Southeast Asia, and even in South America.
The composition of hibiscus tea
The first thing that attracts attention in hibiscus tea is the bright unusual color of the infusion.
This color is given to the drink by anthocyanins. These are biologically active compounds used as food additives and having a positive effect on the human body. According to recent studies, these substances:
- help strengthen the walls of blood vessels;
- counteracts the accumulation and deposition of cholesterol;
- are used in the prevention and prevention of atherosclerosis, coronary disease, heart attacks and strokes.
The beneficial properties of hibiscus include a high content of antioxidants, vitamins, organic acids that help maintain tone and well-being.
Not only hot or cold infusion is useful, but it also remains after brewing. In the parts of a flower softened with hot water, a significant amount of amino acids, vegetable protein, and pectins remain.
Useful properties of hibiscus and infusion of it
Red, almost ruby tea from hibiscus has antispasmodic, laxative, diuretic properties. Even in ancient times, fresh infusion was used to relieve fever, and crushed flowers were applied to festering, poorly healing wounds and bleeding.
Today, the composition and possibilities of hibiscus are better studied, and we can say that Sudan rose, as it is called hibiscus, has not only antipyretic and bactericidal properties, but also abilities;
- resist convulsions;
- to relieve swelling;
- to improve the work of the digestive tract and intestines;
- cleanse the body of toxins, gas accumulations, heavy metals and toxins;
- improve the function of the liver and gallbladder.
Useful properties of hibiscus tea are in demand with the threat of weakening the body after serious illness, stressful, stress-related work. In this case, a beautiful infusion:
- effectively eliminates chronic fatigue syndrome;
- improves brain performance;
- improves tone;
- activates the body's defenses.
Cold and hot decoction may be useful as part of cancer prevention, as well as in urinary and genital diseases, helminthic invasions and other serious diseases.
Thanks to its ability to cleanse the body and the presence of valuable organic acids and vitamins, red tea from Sudanese rose flowers helps to recover and get rid of toxins after drinking alcoholic beverages or during food poisoning.
If the expectant mother has no signs of an allergic reaction, then this remedy is effective for manifestations of toxicosis of pregnancy.
Contraindications to the reception of hibiscus tea
As there are quite a lot of acids in the composition of tea, which determine its pleasant, refreshing taste, under certain circumstances it is possible not only to benefit from hibiscus, but also harm. An artificial increase in the acid content in the gastric juice can lead to a deterioration of health during a peptic ulcer or gastritis with high acidity.
There is a risk of allergic reactions, especially if a person has a predisposition to this or there is an increased sensitivity to plants or food. Because of the possible negative effects on the skin and digestive reactions, hibiscus tea should not be given to children under 1-3 years old.