Cautions please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions. Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.
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Dried hibiscus flowers have many uses that include commercial, culinary and medicinal. Commercially, these dried herbs are used in the manufacture of paper.
The herb is also quite edible; fresh, cut hibiscus flowers are eaten in salads, while the dried pedals are frequently brewed in tea. In fact, in Mexico,
hibiscus flower tea served sweetened and served over ice is a popular and refreshing beverage, which is known in that country as agua de Jamaica, or "Jamaica water."
The tart flavor is reminiscent of mild cranberry juice; hibiscus flowers are used to make jam. Reported therapeutic uses of these medicinal herbs include
treatment of fungal infections as well as dandruff; in India (where whole hibiscus flowers are offered to the Hindu deities Kali and Gonesha), a dried powder make from such
organic herbs is made into a paste and applied to the scalp for this purpose. The tea made from the herb is also drunk unsweetened in order to increase the production
Although there are no known adverse effects from the use of hibiscus flowers, be aware that any reported therapeutic effects have not been scientifically proven.