Hibiscus flowers are known for their large, colourful flowers. These blossoms can make a decorative addition to a home or garden, but they also have medicinal uses. The flowers and leaves can be made into teas and liquid extracts.
Our hibiscus flowers are grown on organic farms in Egypt, where the heat-loving plant flourishes. Our farmers harvest the flowers’ red centers called calyces which are used for tea. The flowers are sun dried.
Hibiscus can also be cultivated in dry areas and does not require large amounts of water, making it perfectly suited to the Egyptian environment. This hibiscus may be intercropped with peanuts and should be avoided by people with peanut allergies.