It is not for nothing that hibiscus tea has been gaining fame in the last years, have you heard about it?
This beverage has been used as a medicinal ingredient for centuries. And recent studies also prove that both the tea and extract of the hibiscus flower are huge allies to prevent diseases. Isn't it incredible?
Hibiscus tea is famous among people who want to lose weight. Due to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, it is also recommended for anyone who wants more quality of life. The tea doesn't contain calories and can be served both hot or cold.
So, in today's video, you will see the health benefits of hibiscus tea:
Diuretic effect: hibiscus tea has a diuretic effect, avoiding water retention and helping with weight loss.
Improves constipation: the active compounds of hibiscus tea play a subtle stimulant effect on the intestine.
Regulates cholesterol levels: because it contains antioxidants and bioflavonoids, hibiscus tea can regulate the cholesterol levels in the body.
Lowers blood pressure: due to its diuretic effect, hibiscus tea stimulates kidney function and contributes to eliminate any buildup liquids.
Fights premature aging: because it is rich in antioxidants, hibiscus tea helps with the aging process.
Besides the esthetic effect, the tea preserves the immune system and protects against degenerative neurological diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Now that you know all the benefits of hibiscus tea, watch the video and learn how to make it!
Although rare, consuming hibiscus may cause a quick drop in pressure in people who suffer from blood pressure oscillations.
If you are part of this group of people, avoid drinking hibiscus tea without talking to a doctor first.
This tea is also contraindicated for pregnant or nursing women or those trying to get pregnant.
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