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    M.
    Love Hibiscus

    Love this product to make tea!

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    A.C.
    Perfect jamaica drink replacement!

    I love this as tea! After falling in love with the jamaica drink at a local restaurant, I decided to make my own, healthy version. Tastes great on its own or add honey for a sweeter treat. It is a great support for your bladder and liver, too!

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    M.F.
    Soooo delicious

    Excellent products all the way around with this company! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

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    T.R.S.
    Delicious flavor

    Perfect for tea

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    S.A.
    Amazing!! Love this as a Tea

    Amazing!! Love this as a Tea. The Best! Aah... think I'll put a pot of water on right now so i can enjoy a smooth cup of Hibiscus tea. Thank YOU

    The Stunning Hibiscus

    This beautiful, bold, flowering plant makes one of the most delicious and beneficial herbal teas.

    Heart Happy Hibiscus

    Hibiscus has been long revered in traditional Ayurvedic medicine for its health promoting properties. Many studies show hibiscus can often help improve cardiovascular health.

    To Brew:

    Sniff... sniff a bit more. Brew...

    Use 1 tsp per 8oz water. Steep at 200 degrees for 5 minutes. Enjoy!

    Most people don't know this, but you can brew the same tea leaves multiple times to get different flavor profiles and more nutrition!

    We recommend brewing your initial brew for only 2 minutes if you are planning on multiple brews.

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    Wild Tea Hibiscus Flowers FAQ's

    What kind of hibiscus flowers are these? And where are they grown/harvested from?
    Does this product have any artificial colors added?
    How many cups of tea does it yield?
    How much caffeine is in tea?
    What's the difference between a kettle and a teapot?