Hibiscus sabdariffa, is a genus of the Malvaceae or Mallow family. In Iran, it is typically known as, “sour tea”, in English-speaking countries it has been called “Red Sorrel”. Originally from Angola, it is now cultivated throughout tropical and subtropical regions, especially from Sudan, Egypt, Thailand, Mexico and China. Hibiscus flowers contain cyanidin, a naturally occurring pigment also found in healthy berries, cranberry, hawthorn, grapes, raspberry, acai, elderberry, as well as red onions. Studies suggest that extracts of Hibiscus help maintain healthy cholesterol levels that are already in the normal range. It has also been used traditionally to support healthy fluid retention levels and overall cardiovascular health.
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