There are many health benefits of hibiscus tea ( Agua De Jamaica) 🌸
Hibiscus Tea contains 15/30% organic acids.
These acids are #malicacid, #tartaricacid, and #citricacid commonly found in fruits like grapes and berries. 🌸
#Hibiscustea is ruby red in color and has a taste similar to #cranberry juice, Its some times referred to as 'sour tea' it is complimented by #honey, #fruits and slices such as #orange, #lemon #Cinnamon & #nutmeg. 🌸
Hibiscus tea is low in calories and is caffeine-free.
Health Benefits Of Hibiscus Tea
Hibiscus helps boost the #immunesystem promoting healthier skin, hair and nails, lowers #bloodpressure and #LDLcholesterol, reduces #inflammation and improves #digestive function. Hibiscus tea has #diuretic and #choleretic effects, controlling blood viscosity by reducing blood pressure and enhancing #digestion. 🌸
AHA (American #Heart Association) states that consuming this tea lowers the blood pressure in pre-hypertensive and mildly hypertensive adults. A study conducted by Odigie IP suggests that it has antihypertensive and #cardioprotective properties that can be beneficial for people suffering from #hypertension and those at high risks of cardiovascular diseases. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, hibiscus tea can reduce blood pressure by up to 10 points, according to Tufts University Boston, Based on three cups of this tea daily.
It helps to lower the levels of #LDL (bad) cholesterol from the body, thereby helping to protect against heart diseases and protecting blood vessels from damage. 🌸
The #hypolipidemic and hypoglycemic properties of hibiscus tea can be beneficial for those who suffer from blood sugar disorders. A research study conducted on patients with type II diabetes suggests that consumption of hibiscus sour tea lowers #cholesterol, #triglycerides, and low-density #lipoprotein #cholesterol, which helps to manage #diabetes.
#Antioxidant properties of hibiscus tea may help in treating liver disease Antioxidants help to protect your body from diseases because they neutralize the free radicals present in body tissues and cells