Hibiscus is also high in antioxidants, which are molecules that fight free radicals which can cause damage to your cells. (Source)

How do I prepare hibiscus tea?

Use 1.5 tsp hibiscus for every 8oz water. Steep the tea leaves for 5-7 minutes at 205° (just under boiling). Hibiscus is naturally sassy (tart) so sweeten with honey, sugar, agave, or stevia if desired.

Learn how to make iced tea on our blog, and how to make iced tea lemonades! Check out our recipe for hibiscus ginger simple syrup.

What hibiscus blends does K’Tizo offer?

In addition to our plain organic Hibiscus, we have a number of loose leaf herbal hibiscus based tisanes!

Check out what else is in these blends…

African Breeze – Honeybush, Lemongrass, Lemon Myrtle, Rosehips, Eucalyptus, Safflowers, Marigold, Orange

Berry Good (organic) – Elderberries, Raisins & Berry Flavors

Cinnamon Almond Plus – Apples, Rosehips, Almond, Rooibos, Vanilla, Cinnamon, Orange

Cran-Apple Crush (organic) – Cranberry, Apple

Fruitful Melody – Apple, Orange, Rosehip, Pineapple

Indian Summer – Apple, Rosehip, Orange, Calendula, and Strawberry and Lemon natural flavors.

Pina Colada Twist – Apple, Rosehip, Coconut, Pineapple

Polynesian Paradise – Pineapple, Apricot, Peach, Papaya, Cranberry with Mango, Passionfruit and Peach flavor

Renewal (organic) – Mint, Honeybush, Chamomile, Calendula, Rose & Osmanthus Petals

Strawberry Kiwi Quench – Rosehip, and Strawberry and Kiwi natural flavors