Organic White Rose of Sharon Hisbiscus Syriacus Dried Flowers


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Type: Herbal
Packaging: Bag
Origin: China

Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) is a landscape plant native to Asia. Besides loving this herb for its aesthetic charm and its appetizing culinary goodness, Rose of Sharon also has medicinal uses. Rose of Sharon is used rose of Sharon externally as an emollient to soften and soothe the skin, as well as used internally for digestive disorders.

Anti-cholesterol: The soluble fiber aids to lower cholesterol in the blood. This type of fiber prevents the intestinal absorption of cholesterol produced by the bile for the digestion of food. Soluble fiber forms a gel that traps cholesterol that is expelled to the outside without passing into the bloodstream. The liver that needs the cholesterol to form fatty acids, needs to take it from the blood which cuts much of it out of the bloodstream.

Anti-constipation: Constipation is caused by the retention of stool in the bowel and intestine. The insoluble fiber intake helps to increase stool that causes increased peristalsis (the movement of the bowel to push poop out). Also, without the presence of soluble fiber, stool consistency is often too hard, making going number two a number one thing you put off doing. The intake of foods rich in soluble fiber helps to soften the stool and facilitate elimination. Eating foods rich in both types of fiber is the most positive way to avoid constipation.

Anti-diabetic: Eating food rich in fiber helps stabilize blood sugar levels in the blood. Fiber slows the absorption of carbohydrates which helps reduce the typical and sudden sugar highs in the bloodstream in people with diabetes.

Stomachic: The mucilage has the ability to protect internal mucous membranes, so it is helpful to help soothe irritations of the digestive system.

A tea made from the flowers is a diuretic & expectorant. The tea is believed to smooth wrinkles, stop itching &other skin conditions. The tea contains several medically active constituents, including mucilage, carotenoids, sesquiterpenes & anthocyanidins, the root bark has anti-inflammatory, soothing, calming, fever-reducing abilities. It is used in the treatment of diarrhea, dysentery, abdominal pain, leucorrhoea, menstruation cramping. 

Brewing Guide: use 1 teaspoon of flowers per cup of tea (about 8 ounces). Add the water, boiling to your herb. steep for 5-10 minutes. If you would like additional flavor add a large slice of orange or lemon or three slices of fresh juicy peaches. Sweeten with honey to suit your taste.


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