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Herbal Properties
HIBISCUS (Rosella) sabdariffa has a long history of use in African folk medicine where it is used as a diuretic, to relieve pressure in the gallbladder, and to relax the uterus. It is used as a mild laxative. Regular consumption of hibiscus teas often lowers blood pressure. Hibiscus is the source of the hydroxycitric acid (HCA, or hydroxycut) used in many diet formulas. This compound has been long used to fight obesity. It is a popular drink throughout central and south America and the Caribbean, it contains a number of nutrients which are important for supporting the systems of the body and is useful for general well being.Studies have concluded that those suffering from type 2 diabetes may benefit from drinking hibiscus tea. It is thought to inhibit the body from absorbing too many carbohydrates.

Packed with vitamin C, it strengthens the immune system. It has powerful antioxidant properties and can help to remove bacteria from the system. Regular consumption of the tea can help the body's bladder function healthy and prevent constipation. It can help to keep the digestive system generally healthy and has a soothing effect on inflammation.

People suffering from depression may also benefit from a regular intake of hibiscus tea, as it has a positive effect on the central nervous system and can help to control moods .

Consult your doctor if you decide to include hibiscus as part of your blood pressure control program to ensure it is a good option for you.


*It is only hibiscus sabdiriffa that is used.
*Some people may experience drowsiness at first use.
*Avoid if there are gallstones.
*Women on hormone replacement therapy or estrogen issues should not use the tea. Due to its effect on the hormone function of the body, it is not recommended for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding.

In Vibrational Medicine

Honeybush - (Cyclopia intermedia) red tea, is from the Cape of Good Hope. Very fragrant, floral and sweet. Containing virtually no tannin, this fermented tea has a smooth taste and brews into a deep dark amber color. Caffeine free, high in Vitamin C, potassium, calcium, magnesium, anti-oxidants, contains rare trace minerals, isoflavones and coumestans.

In Vibrational Medicine honeybush

Hops (Humulus lupulus) is Antiseptic, astringent, analgesic, bitter, nervine, sedative, and hypnotic. The Cherokee people used hops like aspirin to ease pain, induce sleep, treat breast complaints, and for inflamed bladder and kidneys. Hops has long been known for its anti-bacterial properties. They have been valued for their preservative qualities. Hops contains a natural substance that prevents the growth of gram-negative bacteria. Hops also contains the " GLA, the wonder drug" found in Evening Primrose. GLA is used by the body to produce prostaglandins, which control the physiological responses that lower blood pressure, stimulate the immune system, reduce the risk of thrombosis and regulate brain function.

In Vibrational Medicine

Hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis) was once used as a cure-all tonic and was thought to be the cure for every ailment. It is most useful for the respiratory tract and can be used to treat coughs, congestion, asthma, and pleurisy and can also be used to help aid sleep. Hyssop also has been used for the digestive system to relieve gas, bloating and colic. Its active compounds are volatile oil, flavonoids, hyssopin, resin, tannins, terpenes. It may play a useful role in the treatment of bronchitis, coughs and colds, nose and throat infections, expelling worms from the stomach, providing relief to fever sores, calming the nerves and improving digestion. Some studies show that it may also help in the regulation of blood pressure. Historically it was considered an aphrodisiac when combined with ginger, thyme, and pepper. Not advised for pregnant women or people prone to seizures.

In Vibrational Medicine it is use to help in connecting to others and increasing personal harmony.

This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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