Organic Hibiscus Rosella Flower

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Organic Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus sabdariffa) have lots of applications due to their colour and flavour such as being used as bath and candle ingredients plus may be included in a variety of foods. . . . read more

Selected Size/Selection: 250g

$11.15 (AUD)
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Dried hibiscus flowers, also known as hibiscus petals or calyces, are versatile and can be used in various ways. Here are some common uses:

  1. Herbal Tea:

    • Hibiscus Tea: One of the most popular uses is brewing hibiscus tea. The dried petals make a vibrant, tart, and refreshing herbal infusion. It can be enjoyed hot or cold and is often sweetened with honey or other natural sweeteners.
  2. Culinary Uses:

    • Edible Garnish: Dried hibiscus petals can be used as a colourful and edible garnish for salads, desserts, and cocktails.
    • Jams and Jellies: Hibiscus petals can be used to add colour and flavour to homemade jams and jellies.
  3. Potpourri and Home Decor:

    • Potpourri: Dried hibiscus flowers can be added to potpourri mixes for their vibrant colour and pleasant fragrance.
    • Decorative Displays: The dried petals can be used in various decorative displays, such as in bowls or vases.
  4. Natural Dye:

    • Fabric Dye: Hibiscus petals can be used as a natural dye for fabrics, creating shades of pink and red.
  5. Medicinal Uses:

    • Herbal Remedies: Hibiscus is believed to have various health benefits, including antioxidant properties and potential benefits for heart health. It may be used in herbal remedies and traditional medicine.
    • Infusions: Apart from tea, hibiscus petals can be infused into oils, creating a base for natural skincare products.
  6. Hair Rinse:

    • Hair Care: Hibiscus petals can be used in hair rinses or infusions for their potential benefits in promoting hair health and shine.
  7. DIY Crafts:

    • Candle Making: Dried hibiscus petals can be incorporated into homemade candles for visual appeal.
    • Soap Making: Petals can be added to homemade soaps for colour and texture.
  8. Bath Products:

    • Bath Salts: Dried hibiscus petals can be added to homemade bath salts for a visually appealing and fragrant experience.
  9. Smoothies and Culinary Infusions:

    • Smoothie Ingredient: Dried hibiscus petals can be added to smoothies for both colour and a tart flavour.
    • Culinary Infusions: They can be used in infusions for culinary purposes, such as adding flavour to syrups or sauces.

Place of Origin

Nigeria - Organic

Botanical Name

Hibiscus sabdariffa




100% Hibiscus.
No preservatives, artificial colours, sweeteners or flavours.
Gluten free, dairy free and no added sugar.

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