Hibiscus Flowers - Cut, Organic

Herbs: Hibiscus Flowers - Cut, Organic

Common Name: Hibiscus
Latin Name: Hibiscus sabdariffa
Origin: Egypt

Hibiscus has a tart, fruity taste. It is used in many teas because of its burst of flavor. Egyptians used it to calm muscle spasms associated with heart and nerve disease. Hibiscus is often added to bulk laxatives to help calm muscle spasms.


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Ok for pregnancy?
by J. I. on Nov 15, 2012

Is it ok to drink this as a tea if pregnant? (I know you're not a doctor, but would YOU drink it if you were pregnant without fear of harm?)

    Re: Ok for pregnancy?
    by Bulk Herb Store on Mar 21, 2013

    -Personally- I would use it but in small amounts. For more info check out our Article "Herbs During Pregnancy." Thank you for your question!



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My son has severe weeping acne.He refused the traditional acne meds and if you read the side effects,so would you.I researched and found a natural way to heal his acne, God is soo good!! This is our protocol:

A.M.- Mix 1/2 tsp.each of Pau D'Arco bark, burdock root, and alfalfa (all
powdered) in a little applesauce or yogurt. Use diluted tea tree oil(1/4 tsp. to 1/4 cup water) on face, shoulders, back or wherever needed.

Noon-repeat a.m. remedy - plus make a strong infusion of 1/4cup each of red clover tops, dandelion root, yellow dock root, and a little peppermint for taste steeped in 1 quart of boiling water for 45 minutes. Strain off herb solids and sweeten with stevia and drink throughout the day.

P.M.-repeat a.m. remedy.

These herbs cleanse the blood,support the liver and the tea tree oil is an natural antibiotic and antiseptic.

We have had tremendous results using these herbs.We are so thankful for the God given herbs.


DeAnn

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