The tea revolution is taking over the world. The health benefits of natural tea are becoming common knowledge these days. I am a tea lover and can’t live without it. I went to Woolworths the other day to get green tea (of course!) but spotted this Hibiscus tea from Tetley on the shelf and since then I can’t stop drinking it, because it tastes so delicious and has SOO many benefits.

The health benefits of hibiscus tea include relief from high blood pressure and high cholesterol, as well as protects liver, immune system, helps with weight loss and lower cholesterol.

According to Gaia Herbs, we should drink at least 2 cups of hibiscus per day in order to increase your health in general.

I don’t drink coffee at all, but I always drink tea without caffeine and for my surprise Hibiscus tea does not contain caffeine which is great  You can buy Hibiscus Tea bags from supermarkets and health food stores or if you feel like making it from the scratch, please find the recipe below.

  • Boil some water.
  • Put the dried hibiscus flowers into an empty teapot.
  • Pour the boiling water into the teapot.
  • Leave the dried hibiscus flowers and steep for five minutes.
  • Strain the tea as you pour it and that’s it!

if you haven’t tried it, give it a go! You won’t regreat it.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions at all. You can contact me via Facebook or Instagram.

Much Love, Bianca

Os chás estão dominando o mundo. Hoje em dia, os benefícios do chá natural para a saúde estão se tornando comuns para o conhecimento geral. Eu sou amante de chás e não consigo viver sem. Eu fui ao supermercado outro dia para comprar chá verde (obvio!) mas eu vi o chá de hibisco da Tetley na prateleira e desde então não consigo parar de tomar porque o gosto é delicioso e tem MUITOS benefícios.

Os benefícios do chá de hibisco para a saúde incluem controle da pressão alta e colesterol alto, além de proteger o fígado, melhorar o sistema imunológico, ajudar a perder peso e diminuir o colesterol.

Segundo o site Gaia Herbs, nós devemos ingerir no mínimo duas xírcaras de chá de hibisco por dia para melhorar a saúde em geral.

Eu não bebo café de jeito nenhum, mas eu sempre bebo chá sem cafeína e para minha surpresa o chá de hibisco não tem cafeína o que é ótimo  Você pode comprar sachês de chá de hibisco no supermercado e lojas naturais ou fazê-los você mesmo. Veja os passos abaixo:

  • Coloque uma panela com água no fogão para ferver
  • Coloque as flores de hibisco seco dentro de um bule vazio
  • Derrame a água fervente no bule.
  • Deixe as flores de hibisco seco imersas e espere por cinco minutos
  • Coe o chá enquanto serve e está pronto!

Se você não experimentou ainda, experimente! Você não vai se arrepender.

Por favor, sinta-se à vontade para me contatar com quaisquer dúvidas. Você pode me encontrar através do Facebook ou Instagram.

Com carinho, Bianca


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