Not tea tea — it’s not herbal, as many can think. Of course, it doesn’t include tea leaves, but those leaves that are used for welding, its properties resemble a decoction of the leaves of Camellia sinensis, i.e. the tea Bush.
The most famous are the following fresh juice:
Are used for its manufacture dry perianth hibiscus, representing a tropical shrub of the family Malvaceae, a blossoming red flowers with a diameter of about 10 cm.
When brewed this tea infusion is it turns a bright red color, and the taste has a slight acidity, which shows the brighter, stronger than welding. For a little acidity to appease, in the hibiscus usually add sugar. Drink it both hot and cold.
In its properties it is similar to green tea. because it helps to strengthen the walls of blood vessels, normalizing their permeability; his frequent use leads to normal blood pressure, accelerates the production of bile, improves Continue reading