DID YOU KNOW?
Hibiscus is a flower from the family of Malvaceae plant. The petals are sundried and can be used by mouth or application. It is an ever green plant and doesn't bear any fruits. The Hibiscus flowers come in various colours like red, white, yellow, orange and shades of pink. Red hibiscus flowers are very common and widely used for medicinal purposes. Hibiscus Petals have powerful antioxidants, helps lower blood pressure and blood fat levels, promotes weight loss, boosts liver health and may help fight bacteria. Hibiscus, also known as Botox plant, has been used in skin and hair care remedies for centuries. According to Ayurveda, hair mask made from Hibiscus Petals can help treat Alopecia. It is believed that face masks made of hibiscus can help improve the skin's elasticity and prevent early signs of ageing naturally.
Net Weight - 50gms.
Ingredients - Organic Hibiscus Petals.
Shelf life - 6 months.
Origin - Uttarkhand.
Storage Information - Store in a cool, dry place.
The Right Tip-
Hibiscus is an edible flower and its dried petals can be used mainly for tea, relishes, jam or salads. It is usually had it in the form of tea, for its medicinal properties. Some research indicate that hibiscus may help reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels. The tea is bright red and has a tart, somewhat sour flavor. Muddle up a handful of Hibiscus Petals and mix it to your icy cold mocktails or cocktails as a nice refreshing drink on a hot summer day. This hair mask as per Ayurveda helps reduce baldness - grind a cup of Hibiscus Petals with a tablespoon of Rosemary Oil, then apply this mask to the affected areas (bald patches). Leave it on for for 3 hours and wash with lukewarm water. Repeat this twice a week. It helps to re-open the pores, provides nourishment to the scalp, and promotes hair growth.
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