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2,95£ - 5,28£ HT
Dried Bissap “hibiscus sabdariffa” organic hibiscus flowers
A symbol of beauty and seduction, the organic hibiscus flower conceals many treasures. Antioxidant, remineralizing, refreshing, toning, exfoliating, moisturizing, also draining to facilitate blood circulation (heavy legs…).
Rich in a multitude of biologically active principles, 100% natural and organic, it is also ideal as part of a diet, it is often associated with Goji berries.
Its dried and then infused red flowers are also used for sauces and jams or as a base for the preparation of Bissap (infusion and syrup producing a red drink).
This hibiscus, harvested by women's cooperatives in Burkina Faso, produces magnificent purple flowers, rich in mucilages (hydrating and softening sugars) and anthocyanins.
Method of obtaining :
1/ manual picking
2/ drying in the shade
And all this within the framework of a fair trade partnership (fair, united, responsible exchanges)
Composition: 100% organic Hibiscus flower, 100% pure and natural organic, cosmetic and food quality.
Conditioning: 50g bag
Use: Put 2 g (1 tablespoon) per cup in infusion. Bring the water to a boil, add the hibiscus flowers, remove from the heat, add sugar, leave to infuse for about 5 minutes before straining.
Hibiscus tea can be enjoyed hot or cold (as it can be very refreshing).
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