However, most people consume the hibiscus tea probably because they know someone who does, or because they love its flavor and taste either sour or sweetened. There are more than one ways to which your body benefits from the consumption of the hibiscus tea.
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Here, I will breakdown some of those benefits you probably did not know your body gets from the consumption of the hibiscus tea:
1. Cholesterol management
The hibiscus tea is low in calories, contains caffeine making it possible to reduce the level of cholesterol in your body, and has a hypolipidemic property that makes it beneficial to people with blood sugar disorders.
2. Liver security
The presence of most antioxidants in the hibiscus tea reduces the presence of free radicals in the body protecting you from diseases; research has also shown that these antioxidants may help in treating most liver diseases.
3. Menstrual cramps and pains
Consumption of the hibiscus tea restores hormonal balance reducing by a large percentage menstrual mood swings, cramps and depression.
4. Boosts digestion
The hibiscus medicinal tea possesses diuretic properties that help you lose weight, and boost your gastrointestinal system increasing bowel movements and could serve as a treatment for constipation in some cases.
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5. Weight loss
Ever wondered why the hibiscus tea is found on many weight loss supplement plans? It is because it possesses the property of amylase production that aids in the absorption of carbohydrates and starch. Foods rich in carbohydrates are food rich in sugar and starch which when absorbed are likely to cause weight gain so the hibiscus tea stops this process. Many big supplement sites provided solid information that hibiscus is known to reduce food intake or appetite suppressing effects.
It also possesses the hibiscus protocatechuic acid. Medical research suggests that its anti-tumor antioxidants because inducing aptosis are capable of reducing the growth of cancerous cells.
7. Blood pressure reduction
Research has shown that the consumption of the hibiscus tea is known to reduce blood pressure, reducing the risk of heart disease, stroke and cardiovascular diseases.
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8. An anti-depressant
Its possession of minerals like flavonoids and vitamins makes the hibiscus tea an amazing way of reducing anxiety and depression by giving the body and mind a relaxed sensation.
9. Anti-bacterial and inflammatory properties
It also serves as an excellent source of ascorbic acid that gives the immune system a boost to help your system fight better against antibodies.
10. Ideal Summer drink
It is also the perfect choice of a summer drink. Some sports enthusiasts and athletes chooses cold tea in cans or iced tea to satiate their thirsts.
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11. Diuretic And Choleretic Properties
It has diuretic properties that increases urination, easily flushes out excess toxins and fluids, and enhance overall performance of your stomach’s system and digestion.
12. Dissolving phlegm treatment
Research has also suggested that the hibiscus tea could also be used as a treatment for dissolving phlegm.