Hibiscus is a tropical shrub with bright red colored flowers in the mallow family, Malvaceae with Medicnal Properties.
Botanical Name : Hibiscus sabdariffa. Uses:
Add aloevera gel in hibiscus powder for cleansing and anti-ageing face pack.
Add a tablespoon of the hibiscus powder to the regular scrub to enhance exfoliation and cell rejuvenation.
Add hibiscus powder to henna for a bright reddish-black color.
Blend onions and hibiscus powder together to make a hair re-growth mask.
One can steam the petals in water for 5 minutes to prepare hibiscus tea.
Hibiscus powder removes excess heat from the body.
Hibiscus powder promotes hair growth.
Hibiscus powder also supports the functioning of the kidneys.
Hibiscus powder is commonly used in devotional ceremonies and to make cooling summer beverages.
Hibiscus powder regenerates skin cells by producing a mild exfoliating effect.
Hibiscus powder removes dead skin cells to reveal softer and lighter skin.
Hibiscus Powder Recondition Hairs.
Consult with your health care practitioner prior to the use of this product
if you are pregnant or nursing, taking medications, or have a medical condition.
Keep out of the reach of children.
Should not be consumed by people suffering from low blood pressure.
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