By Malvika Kashyap
April 29, 2022
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Hibiscus tea is a herbal beverage produced from the roselle flower's crimson or deep magenta-colored calyces. It can be served hot or cold.
Millions of people suffer from high cholesterol, which is a serious health issue. Hibiscus may help keep cholesterol levels in check, but further research is needed to be sure.
Inflammation plays a role in the development of a variety of diseases, such as cancer and asthma. It appears that hibiscus has anti-inflammatory properties.
Hibiscus tea may be beneficial to the liver's health. Hibiscus tea was found to help reduce liver damage markers in hamsters in a study.
Several studies have shown that hibiscus tea can help people lose weight and avoid becoming obese. After 12 weeks, one study found that hibiscus extract lowered body weight and body fat.
Antioxidants such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanin are abundant in hibiscus tea. Antioxidants in your body eliminate dangerous chemicals known as free radicals.
Blood pressure is only minimally lowered by hibiscus and other herbal medicines. They can't take the place of drugs for people who have high blood pressure.
Polyphenols, another antioxidant found in hibiscus tea, have been demonstrated to have anti-cancer potential.
While research suggests that some of these claims may be true, there are also possible hazards. More investigation is required.
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