Tea is one of the most famous drinks around the world. There are many different types of tea. You can find black, green, oolong, tea with fruits, and many others. Tea can help you to cope with stress and relax. So after a hard working day, the best choice is to make a cup of hot tea and relax by joining the Bet22.
Hibiscus tea has been the Egyptian national drink for thousands of years. It is called the rose of Sharon, red sorrel, and Sudanese rose. A bright red tea with a sweet and sour tart flavor is made from the petals of a plant called rosella (Latin for hibiscus). It grows in India, Sudan, Mexico, China, Egypt, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and the island of Java.
Stay Healthy By Drinking
The Arabs considered hibiscus a panacea or a cure for all diseases. Perhaps the inhabitants of hot countries exaggerated its healing properties a little. But drinking this drink can really be good for the prevention of many diseases. Hibiscus can also be used as a blood pressure-lowering agent for hypertension.
It is good for vascular health. The red color of the hibiscus is due to the coloring properties of the anthocyanins that it contains. These substances reduce the amount of cholesterol in the blood, strengthen the walls of blood vessels, and improve the permeability of the walls.
So many vitamins in it. Hibiscus contains carbohydrates, macro-, and microelements, as well as vitamins, so in the spring, it becomes a real lifesaver in the fight against beriberi. The composition of the drink includes a lot of vitamin P and a daily rate of C, which improves immunity.
It will eliminate intoxication. This drink calms and restores vigor and also relieves allergic intoxication. The drink contains antioxidants that cleanse the liver of toxins. Hibiscus tones up and can also be used as a means of eliminating the effects of alcohol poisoning. Hibiscus tea contains flavonoids. Therefore it removes salts of heavy metals from the body.
Hibiscus is for weight loss. People who consume it regularly note a beneficial effect on the metabolic rate in the body.
Hibiscus fights pathogenic bacteria and is used as an adjunct to therapy when removing parasites. It is used as an adjunct in the treatment of boils, staphylococcal infections, dysbacteriosis, diseases of the upper respiratory tract, cystitis, and other infectious diseases.
Hot And Cold
Hibiscus is drunk, both hot and cold – with pieces of ice. It is not in vain that the inhabitants of desert regions love this drink so much. In summer, tea saves from heat and thirst no worse than ice cream or a fan.
Hot tea is prepared as follows. First, one teaspoon of petals is poured into 250 ml of boiling water for 3-5 minutes. Do not overexpose the liquid in the teapot or cup. After a while, due to the influence of high temperature, the tea will become gray and insipid in taste. Lovers of a rich sour taste drink tea without sugar, but those with a sweet tooth add honey and dried apricots to it.
Cold tea is prepared in the same way as hot tea, but pieces of ice are placed in the brewed infusion. Some manufacturers advise steeping tea in cold water for 1-2 hours. By the way, tea petals can be eaten. They contain vitamin C, 10% protein, and pectin, useful for the pancreas and intestines, as well as amino acids.