Hibiscus flowers, Uses of hibiscus flowers

Method 1:

- Picking up 9 hibiscus flowers, washing them, removing flower stalks and putting them in a bowl to pour water recently.

- Add 1 small piece of alum sugar (with 1 finger burning) to the upper bowl and bring to steam. Boiling water for 1 minute more steaming, then put it out, wait for it to cool, then drink it all, drink it once a day.

Method 2:

- Pick up a handful of hibiscus flowers, rinse them and put them in a bowl

- Using chopsticks to crush the flowers, add a little salt and cold water and squeeze the mixture to drink water, drink twice a day for 15 days.

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Other uses of hibiscus flowers

Hair loss

Hibiscus petals are used as a long-standing folk remedy to prevent hair loss. Oil-based hibiscus extract helps to strengthen hair roots thanks to its vitamin C and calcium content. Gently massage to stimulate blood circulation and let the scalp easily absorb nutrients.

Anti-silver hair early

A study published in the Asian Journal of Experimental Bbiological Sciences shows that hibiscus works against premature hair loss. Boil some hibiscus flowers in the water for about 20 minutes and let it cool. Sprinkle flowers into dough and apply to hair and scalp. Rinse clean after 20 minutes. Doing this often and applying hibiscus oil will help prevent premature hair growth.


Do you have a cold or flu? Stop the dried hibiscus leaves in boiling water and sip this tea. It acts as a fever-reducing beverage. Anti-inflammatory properties help reduce inflammation of the mucosa and relieve pain.

Natural remedies for diabetes

According to research results, a compound prepared from hibiscus flowers can restore insulin sensitivity and help control diabetes. Ferulic acid, which is one of the polyphenols found in hibiscus flowers, acts as a therapeutic agent for diabetes.

Note: Information is for reference only. If you want to treat hibiscus with flowers, you need to be consulted by a Oriental medicine specialist.