Dried Roselle Petals

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  • Rich in Calcium
  • Rich in Iron
  • Contains Vitamin C
  • Antioxidant
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What is Roselle?

Popularly known as Red Sorrel in most English-speaking nations, Hibiscus sabdariffa, or Roselle, belongs to the Malvaceae family. Historically, the plant originated between India and...Read more

Ingredients

  1. Raw Dried Roselle Petals (Hibiscus sabdariffa).

What are the Benefits of Roselle Petals?

The dried petals of the Roselle are rich in nutrients and it may help relieve certain ailments:

  • Roselle has rich calcium content and as a result of that it may be used to strengthen bones in the body.
  • It is also rich in iron, and boosts haemoglobin production required to transport oxygen to the blood.
  • Vitamin C, which is present in the Roselle, helps in building the immune system. It also helps prevent cold
  • The presence of antioxidative properties found in nutrients such as magnesium induces sleep hormones and enhances sleep

Flavour – What do dried roselle petals taste like?

Dried Roselle Petals have a bittersweet and tangy taste which is almost fruity in nature. The flavours cannot be properly distinguished in its dried form, so it is commonly steeped or boiled to extract all the flavour.

How to use Dried Roselle Petals?

Dried Roselle Petals can be used in a variety of ways. Here are a few recipes:

Roselle Tea

One of the simplest and most rejuvenating recipes one can make is roselle tea. You can either let it steep for a few minutes or you can boil the calyces to extract the aromatic flavour and fragrance. The presence of antioxidants in the Roselle makes for a perfect bedtime drink.

Roselle Iced Tea

If a hot cup of roselle tea is not your cup of tea, then a refreshing Roselle iced tea would surely relax your mind.

Base for Cooking

Dried roselle can also be used as a base for cooking. It can be used to enhance the flavour of any dish. Its sweet and tangy flavour is an excellent contrast to a spice rich dish.

Disclaimer: This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease