Rosehip and Hibiscus Tea Bags
Brewed with water at 90 Degrees, let the flower unfurl do not remove flower. This is can be steeped a number of times.
Rosehip and Hibiscus Tea Bags combine two beneficial ingredients to make a super-brew! We pack these two magnificent herbs into Tea Bags for your convenience. With every little pocket of goodness, one experiences outstanding flavour and remarkable health benefits.
When it comes to taste, expect bold, tangy notes with floral undertones. When it comes to Hibiscus benefits and Rosehip benefits (combined), expect lower blood pressure; a boosted metabolism; immune system support; reduced diabetes risks; and improved digestive system health. What more could you possibly want from your morning cuppa'?
There are an estimated three hundred species of the hibiscus plant - we use only one, Hibiscus sabdariffa. Nevertheless, all species of hibiscus are a genus of flowering plants belonging to the mallow family, Malvaceae.
The Hibiscus sabdariffa plant grows in temperate subtropical and tropical regions. Under the right conditions, it can even thrive in indoor environments, making it exceptionally versatile. To make Hibiscus Tea, one harvests the flowers of the plant. These flowers, when infused in boiling water, create a uniquely tart flavour similar to the taste of cranberries or pomegranates.
The Ancient Egyptians were the first to enjoy Hibiscus Tea. Some historians suggest that Pharaohs enjoyed these beverages to combat the fierce scorn of the desert heat while cruising along the river Nile. Egyptians also used Hibiscus Tea to treat heart and nerve diseases. They even used it as a diuretic to increase urine production. Today, not-so-ancient Egyptians, as well as everyone else, enjoy Hibiscus Tea for this very same reason!
Rosehips are the fruits of the Rosa genus. They may not offer the same beauty as the flowers, but certainly provide other qualities much sought after. When brewed, these wonderful gems create an earthy-floral fusion of flavour like no other. And that is just the beginning.
Rosehips contain a wealth of beneficial vitamins and minerals capable of combating free radicals in the body. Free radicals are the product of natural, though harmful, human oxidation. When left unchecked, oxidation can lead to many complications. This includes cardiovascular disease, type-2 diabetes and even cancer. Rosehips, as well as Hibiscus flowers, can reportedly reduce these risks. This is thanks to their battle against free radicals.
Thousands of years ago, rosehips had a close association with Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). Practitioners used them to treat kidney and urinary issues. In Indian Ayurvedic Medicine, people went as far as to use Rosehips in a tonic to increase the brain's capacity!
This Herbal Tea Blend
Combined, these two ingredients make a match made in heaven. Combined, these two ingredients make our Rosehip and Hibiscus Tea Bags. So, what are you waiting for? Try this delicious Tea today. We pack everything fresh to order here in our Kent-based factory. This ensures not only quality but also consistency!
Type of Tea: Herbal Tea.
Ingredients: Cut rosehips and Hibiscus flowers.
Brewing Instructions: Brew using freshly boiled water. Infuse for 5 to 10 minutes.
How to Serve: Consider lemon as an optional extra. Alternatively, serve it as it is.
Tasting Notes: Rosehip and Hibiscus Tea first offers a floral, seemingly tart aroma. This translates into a similar flavour upon the first sip, though the rosehip takes 'the edge' off the tart qualities of hibiscus.
Colour in Cup: Red ruby liquor, dark in tone.
Health Benefits of Rosehip and Hibiscus Tea
Rosehip contains Vitamins A, B-Complex, D, E, K, and P, as well as Calcium, Carotenoids, Cobalt, Copper, Flavonoids, Iron, Magnesium, Malic, Potassium and Zinc. These components can help those with colds and the flu.
Hibiscus, meanwhile, famously lowers blood pressure. Drinking just three cups of any Hibiscus Tea, including this one, is all it takes. This is according to a study conducted by the American Heart Association (AHA).
The research project saw sixty-five people aged between 30 to 70, all of whom were considered "at risk" from high blood pressure, split into two groups. The first group of participants consumed Hibiscus three times a day, while the second group consumed a placebo.
After six weeks, the results determined that the Hibiscus Group "showed an average fall of 7.2 percent in blood pressure, with some recording a 13.2 percent drop. The placebo group, in comparison, recorded a 1.3 percent drop".
Health PointsDetox, Digestive, Flu, Heart, Hydration, Immune System, Refreshing, Relaxing
Caffeine LevelDecaff (none)
Time of DayBreakfast, Lunchtime, Afternoon, Evening