Hibiscus is believed to have originated in Egypt. Now it is found in many parts of the world with more than 200 species. 

Culinary uses:
-Hibiscus flowers are commonly used as the source of a tangy herbal tea which can be served both hot and
cold.
-Hibiscus tea contains 31% of the daily requirement for vitamin C, 85% of thiamine, and 48% of the daily iron
requirement. This makes it a great herb for treating colds and flu.
-Dried flowers can also be used to make jams and jellies, or syrups that can be blended into smoothies.
-The famous deep red Jamaican drink Sorrel is also made out of hibiscus flower.

Medicinal Benefits:
-Full of antioxidants that protect the liver, stimulate appetite, reduce fevers, ease coughs, and may prevent
high blood sugar, high blood pressure.

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We are an all-natural distributor of fresh produce, herbs, and specialty foods whose mission is to live a healthier, sustainable lifestyle, and educate others about the benefits of growing and foraging their own food along the way. We believe in quality over quantity hence our motto " Freshness and Quality is our Top Priority".

As an eco-conscious distributor, we source from mostly local farms who pride themselves on being certified organic, biodynamic, and use all natural practices. We also grow our own health by planting our food and foraging for wild fungi and foliage which we do occasionally offer for sale. Cultivating organic herbs and wild edibles has lead us to create our own private label line of Health-N-Wellness and skincare products. For more information on purchasing, bartering, or partnering with us please do not hesitate to contact us. We can't wait to WOW your taste buds!

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