Jamaican Hibiscus flowers dried
Make tea, grind into powder
Sorrel is used for reducing sudden and ongoing pain and swelling (inflammation) of the nasal passages and respiratory tract, for treating bacterial infections along with conventional medicines, and for increasing urine flow (as a diuretic). Sorrel is also an ingredient in the herbal cancer treatment
It's full of minerals like calcium, magnesium, potassium, and zinc. It also has key B-vitamins like niacin and folic acid, and can lower blood pressure. Sorrel is a known anti-inflammatory: The ascorbic acid and other compounds in sorrel make it a potent anti-inflammatory and antibacterial drink
Studies have suggested that there is an acid in sorrel that helps with weight loss. This acid discharge more amylase (an enzyme that helps you digest food) into the digestive system, which breaks down excess starch and sugar (calories) molecules in the body
By significantly reducing elevated levels of cholesterol and triglycerides, Sorrel has been shown to minimize the risk of heart disease, as it helps avoid artery-clogging. It also has benefits when used daily.
With 2.4 mg of iron per hundred grams, sorrel is a good source of iron. Iron boosts the production of red blood cells and prevents anaemia. Red Blood Cells are responsible for transporting oxygen molecules from the lungs to other body parts.
- In a large saucepan, bring 2 quarts water, the hibiscus, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and orange zests to a boil over medium heat.
- Boil for 5 minutes. Remove from the heat.
- Add key lime juice, cover tightly, and let stand for 1 to 2 days at room temperature. Strain and discard the solids.
- Sweeten to taste with agave nectar. Chill thoroughly.
- Serve over ice and garnish with mint.
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How to use
How to use
Place place soap in hands, wash cloth or sponge to gently lather. Apply to body and rinse.
Please allow 7 days to process
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