Is Hibiscus Tea Good For You?

Is Hibiscus Tea Good For You?
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The flower that puts the zing in Red Zinger®.

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What about something a little more familiar? Hibiscus, which is what puts the zing in Red Zinger® tea. Harmful, harmless, or helpful?

Once again, wonderful stuff.

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Check out these other videos on hibiscus tea:
How Much Hibiscus Tea is Too Much?
Hibiscus Tea vs. Plant-Based Diets for Hypertension
Protecting Teeth From Hibiscus Tea

Little did I know how good it was! Check out: Better than Green Tea? The impressive manganese content of hibiscus tea may exceed recommended limits at high intakes, though, so we probably shouldn’t drink more than a quart a day.

Also check out my other “HHH” videos (Harmful, Harmless, or Helpful?) – listed below the post.

For further context, see my associated blog post: Soy milk: shake it up!

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    1. Hello Elena, thank you for writing us. I didn’t find any information about it in the website. I searched for it at it seems that there is no interaction between AcenocUmarol and Hibiscus tea nevertheless I strongly recommend to talk with your physician about the subject before making any decision about your health.
      Hope you have a great week! :)

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