Hibiscus Cinnamon Ginger Green Tea
Hibiscus is rich in Vitamin C and thus it has the capacity to cure minor cold related infections like sore throat, cough and headache.
Women who are going through the tough hormonal period of menopause might use the health benefits of hibiscus. Hibiscus can help soothe hot flashes.
Slows Ageing The antioxidants in hibiscus not only help to fight cancer but also also slow down the ageing of your cells. As a result, it may be the secret to eternal youth.
Maintains Fluid Balance According to ancient Ayurvedic science, having hibiscus flower extracts can help to maintain the fluid balance in your body. It was once used as a cure for oedema or excess water retention in the body.
Hibiscus is a flower that is rich in antioxidants. That is why having hibiscus tea or extracts is a naturally preventive measure against cancer.
Stops Hairfall Hibiscus oil is extremely beneficial for the hair. Applying hibiscus oil to your hair ensures that your hair grows strong from the roots and stops breaking up easily.
Lowers Levels Of Cholesterol The antioxidants in hibiscus are very similar to those found in red wine. It is heart healthy as it helps to lower cholesterol levels.
Cinnamon-Cinnamon delicious spice that offers a wide range of health benefits, including its ability to lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar, prevent chronic disease, improve digestion, strengthen the immune system, aid weight loss and boost cognitive function, among others.
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How to brew Hibiscus Cinnamon Ginger Green Tea:
|Steeping time||4-5 min|
|Steeping temperature||100 °C - 212 °F|
|Leaves per 500ml / 17oz teapot||2-5 gram|
|Tablespoons / 500ml (17 oz)||0.5 tbsp|
Strain the tea leaves and serve a hot cup of tea.