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Dried Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) - Bulk

Dried hibiscus flowers are traditionally used in making teas but they also add a beautiful floral touch to soups and breads, for example (you can mix them into bread dough before baking). You can use infused hibiscus to make your own beneficial hair and skin rinses and face masks and they're a popular natural colourant in many DIY products. They also make lovely decorations for table settings, homemade cards, gifts and the like.

Sizes: 500g, 1kg.

This product is certified: Vegan and Food Grade.

INCI: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

    • To make hibiscus tea simply steep a few hibiscus petals in a cup of hot water or tea pot
    • You can use infused hibiscus to make your own hair and skin rinse
    • For shiny hair just add the infusion to your regular shampoo
    • You can use hibiscus petals in DIY facial masks
    • You can use as a natural colourant in DIY products

    Hibiscus is affected by pH. In acidic liquids it may go a deeper red hue, while in basic/alkaline liquids if will go more purple, blue or even green. Please keep this in mind when using as a colourant in products where pH is of concern.

    Technical data sheets or COA available on request.

    This product is grown in an organic and regenerative fashion with as minimal use of insecticides, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides as possible, in certified organic fertilizer. The product is certified food grade. It is not certified organic. Suitable for Kosher, Halaal and Hindi diets.

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