Frontier Co-op Organic Hibiscus Flowers, Cut & Sifted, 1 Pound Bulk Bag

List price: $12.31
Price: $11.93


Features:
  • 1 Pound Bulk Bag
  • Certified Organic, Kosher Certified
  • Cut and sifted; Non-irradiated; Botanical name: Hibiscus sabdariffa


Hibiscus Tea 1LB (16Oz) 100% CERTIFIED Organic Hibiscus Flowers Herbal Tea (WHOLE PETALS), Caffeine Free in 1 lbs. Bulk Resealable Kraft BPA free Bags from U.S. Wellness

Price: $16.93


Features:
  • SHIPPING MADE EASY: The Hibiscus tea ships from our Cleveland, OH warehouse with an estimated arrival time of 2 to 5 business days. If you can't wait that long for the perfect cup, expedited shipping is also available.
  • USDA CERTIFIED ORGANIC: 100% certified organic herbal tea by OEFFA. All packages bear the USDA organic seal. The highest quality herbs available, farmed and packaged free from pesticides and herbicides.
  • SOURCED FROM EGYPT: Our farmers work with us to make sure you receive only the best quality tea available. Our suppliers have numerous certifications (FDA registration, ISO 9001:2008, Organic certification) to prove you are getting an all-natural product. Nothing beats the fresh Hibiscus flowers from the fertile oases spanning the Nile.


Organic Hibiscus Flowers - Cut & Sifted - 16oz Resealable Bag (1lb) - 100% Raw From Egypt - by Feel Good Organics

Price: $29.99


Features:
  • FEEL GOOD ORGANICS - The highest quality, certified organic products at fair prices to help you live healthy & feel good.
  • HEALTHY & DELICIOUS - Organic hibiscus flowers are a great addition to tea blends, jams, baked goods, salads and beverages. Extract the essence for use in soaps, shampoos and other skin and hair products.
  • LOVE IT OR YOUR MONEY BACK - If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase of our Hibiscus Flowers for any reason, just email us and we'll refund your order in full, no questions asked!


Starwest Botanicals Hibiscus Flowers Whole Petals Organic, 1 Pound

Starwest Botanicals Hibiscus Flowers Whole Petals Organic, 1 Pound

Price: $17.24


Features:
  • Kosher Certified
  • cGMP Compliant (current Good Manufacturing Practices)
  • Origin: Egypt


Starwest Botanicals Organic Egyptian Hibiscus Flowers Tea Loose Cut and Sifted, 1 Pound Bulk (Pack of 2)

Price: $22.16


Features:
  • Certified Organic by QAI - In accordance with the USDA National Organic Program Guidelines
  • Latin/Botanical Name: Hibiscus sabdariffa, Origin: Egypt
  • Kosher Certified by Kosher Certification Services

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  2. KSDK.com Happy Beer Day | Here's the story of 2nd Shift's Hibiscus Wit
    The legend begins in 2009, Crider was in Boston attending a craft beer conference. During the conference he sampled a beer with hibiscus flowers. He liked it, but his thought was that the hibiscus flower would go better with a wit beer. Upon returning
  3. Nation's Restaurant News Hibiscus blossoms on menus
    Edible flowers, long used to add a pop of color to menu items, are increasingly making their way not on top of, but in to a variety of food and beverages. Among the trending flowers is hibiscus, beloved for its bright blossoms, which chefs are using in
  4. Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog) Buy This: Whether you call it hibiscus, sorrel, roselle or jamaica, we've got three ways for you to enjoy this tangy ...
    It's a member of the hibiscus family, like cotton and okra. As a matter of fact, the red “flower” that is used to make hibiscus flavoring is the calyx, the same part of the plant as the edible part of okra. A field of roselle is gorgeous, with its tall
  5. Area youth showcase talent in 4-H booth
    The tall and airy Papyrus grass was something many fairgoers had never seen before and an orange Hibiscus flower bloomed as if on cue. The most photographed exhibit was a playful Terra Cotta Unicorn created by Lexi PFenninger, complete with a 

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  1. The hibiscus is a national symbol of Haiti, and the national flower of nations including the Solomon Islands and Niue. Hibiscus syriacus is the national flower of South Korea , [25] and Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the national flower of Malaysia . [24]
  2. When you care for a hibiscus, you should remember that hibiscus flower best in temperatures between 60-90 F. (16-32 C.)and cannot tolerate temps below 32 F. (0 C.). In the summer, your hibiscus plant can go outside, but once the weather starts to get near freezing, it’s time for you to bring your hibiscus indoors.
  3. Hibiscus tea is a herbal tea made as an infusion from crimson or deep magenta-coloured calyces of the roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) flower. It is consumed both hot and cold. It has a tart, cranberry-like flavour, and sugar or honey is often added to sweeten it.
  4. After the flower finishes blooming, the petals fall off and the calyces turn into pods. These hold the plant’s seeds. Calyces are often the main ingredients in herbal drinks containing hibiscus.
  5. The Texas Star hibiscus is a moisture loving variety of hibiscus that produces large striking, star-shaped flowers in both white and bright crimson. Learn more about Texas Star hibiscus care and how to grow Texas Star hibiscus plants in this article.
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