From diabetes to pressure, hibiscus is often the answer
- Hibiscus tea, also known as "gudhal ki chai," is a sweet and tangy tea
- Hibiscus is a flower that comes in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes
- Because of the climate in India, this flower is abundant
Hibiscus tea, also known as "gudhal ki chai," is a sweet and tangy tea that is gaining a lot of popularity due to its numerous health advantages. Hibiscus is a flower that comes in a variety of shapes, colours and sizes. Because of the climate in India, this flower is abundant and is often used for medicinal and culinary uses. "Hibiscus sabdariffa" is one of the most common types of hibiscus used to make tea, and it comes in red, pink, orange, white and yellow colours.
1. It activates T and B cells, thereby boosting immunity.
2. If you have a problem with high blood pressure, you should drink a cup of this tea daily.
4. One of the reasons this tea is gaining popularity is because it helps with a number of pains by reducing hormone imbalance.
5. Also, hibiscus tea aids in the improvement of liver functions.
Hibiscus tea is high in antioxidants and anthocyanosides, and it can help you achieve a glowing complexion. This flower is extremely beneficial to skin health as it protects it from free radical damage and delays premature ageing. "Glowing and healthy skin is one of the most crucial reasons that this tea is becoming popular," says celebrity nutritionist Shweta Shah. Also, nowadays, people prefer organic food, and hibiscus can be found in anyone's yard. Hibiscus is a quick fix for uneven skin tone, hyperpigmentation, dark spots, and discoloration.
What is hibiscus tea and how do you make it?
1 1/2 cup water, 4 red hibiscus flowers, 1/2 tbsp juice, and honey to taste.
Remove the green calyx and stamen linked to the yellow seeds. Wash the bloom under running water until it is clean.
Bring water to a boil in a saucepan over medium heat. Place the cleansed hibiscus blossoms in a cup and cover with boiling water.
Allow 10-12 minutes for the flower's fluids and colour to steep into the water.
Pour the tea through a tea strainer, add honey or syrup. If you want your tea cold, add ice cubes at this point.