The hibiscus flower, besides being edible, has various medicinal properties and also provides cosmetic benefits, including the skin and hair.
It is possible to use it for the beauty of hair as it is customary in India. Indeed, the petals of the flower are dried and then mixed with water to make a hair mask.
Its dried red flowers and infused are used for sauces and jams or preparation bissap: infusion syrup and producing a red drink, drank fresh and very sweet (sometimes prepared with mint) in West Africa, including in Senegal and Mauritania where one of its popular names in fashion has become "Coc'Afrique" ( "Seille" in Guinea, "roselle" in Jamaica) or "Agua de Jamaica" in Mexico. It is a drink rich in ascorbic acid (hence its sour taste).
In East Africa and the Middle East, this drink is called carcadé (or karkadé, karkadeh; Arabic karkandji). Very popular in Egypt including medicinal properties, this drink is drunk hot or cold. The flowers of Hibiscus syriacus are edible and emollient properties (= that relaxes, softens the tissues). They were once used in traditional medicine to soothe coughs and heal sore throats.
The hibiscus flower is imported from Burkina Faso in partnership with a women's cooperative, this organization ensures fair remuneration for work of disadvantaged producers and craftsmen, allowing them to meet their basic needs: health, education, housing, social protection. This also guarantees respect for fundamental rights of individuals (refusal of child exploitation, slavery ...). To build lasting relationships between economic partners and promote the preservation of the environment to offer a quality product.
- 100% wild
- Suitable for a vegetarian diet
- Vegan, Vegan
- Kosher and Halal
- Gluten free
- No soy
- Suitable for allergy sufferers
- No added sugar and salt
- No flavors or dyes
- Without Conservative agent
- No nitrate
- No petrochemicals
- No ionizing treatment
- Obtained by non-polluting mechanical processes
- Without nanoparticles
- Not tested on animals
- Product Fairtrade
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