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Learn about the amazing benefits of hibiscus herb

What is hibiscus herb:

It is a shrubby plant with a red or green color dotted with red dots. Seeds, leaves, stems, flowers and red petals are usually used from it. It can be used fresh or after drying. The resulting tea has a sour taste similar to the taste of wild berries. Because the hibiscus contains many acids, and is free of caffeine, and its color is bright red, and it is low in calories, and it is called jarat in Iraq.

Learn about the amazing benefits of hibiscus herb
Learn about the amazing benefits of hibiscus herb

The amazing benefits of hibiscus herb:

  • Numerous studies and researches have proven the health and cosmetic benefits of the hibiscus herb, and the following are the most prominent of these benefits:
  • The hibiscus herb is rich in antioxidants: the hibiscus herb contains many antioxidants; such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanins, which in turn reduce the possibility of exposure to damage caused by free radicals, and thus reduce the possibility of various diseases.
  • The hibiscus herb reduces the possibility of infection. Many animal studies have shown that the hibiscus herb has the ability to reduce the possibility of infection, and thus reduces the possibility of many diseases. such as asthma, heart diseases, and Alzheimer's disease, but despite this study, there is a need for more studies that are conducted on humans to ensure the validity of this benefit.
  • The hibiscus herb reduces blood pressure, as some studies have shown that drinking hibiscus tea can help reduce blood pressure, thus reducing the possibility of many diseases. such as heart attack, stroke, heart and kidney disease.
  • The hibiscus herb promotes weight loss. Some studies have indicated that drinking hibiscus tea can help maintain weight and reduce the possibility of obesity. It is advised to consult a nutritionist before drinking it in order to lose weight.
  • Hibiscus herb reduces total cholesterol in the body Some studies have shown that drinking hibiscus tea reduces total cholesterol in the body and triple fats in the blood in people with diabetes and metabolic syndrome.
  • The hibiscus herb and its extracts and oils have many cosmetic benefits for hair. Here are some of its benefits:
  • Increase hair growth.. Hibiscus leaf extracts can help increase hair length, help increase hair growth and reduce hair loss.
  • Increase hair strength Using hibiscus herb extracts and oils can help increase hair strength and thus reduce hair loss and loss, but it is preferable to use it as a mixture with aloe vera gel, honey, or coconut milk.
  • Reducing dandruff It is common to use hibiscus herb oil with fenugreek oil as anti-dandruff, which is applied to the hair for a week as a mask.
  • The hibiscus herb contains some phenolic acids such as ascorbic, malic, citric, and hydroxycitric acid. These acids confer powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects against a range of ailments, including cold, cough, and flu. Hibiscus can help in immediate relief from cough and cold when taken as a tea. It can also act as a great tonic for sore throats and mild headaches.
  • A study showed that hibiscus herb can help prevent the growth of skin cancer cells, because it contains polyphenols that are useful for preventing cancer cells and stopping their growth in skin cancer patients.
  • The hibiscus herb helps in treating various heart diseases such as high blood pressure and high cholesterol, and thus maintains heart health.
  • The hibiscus herb, especially its leaves, acts as an excellent skin cleanser. Rubbing hibiscus leaves on the face and neck can help remove dead skin cells, blackheads or whiteheads and make the skin soft and smooth.
  • The anti-inflammatory properties of the hibiscus herb also help treat skin problems like acne and dry skin.
  • Hibiscus can also help slow aging caused by harmful UV rays by increasing collagen production and reducing melanin synthesis.
  • One study indicates that the hibiscus herb has a greater effect on wound healing than ointments and topical treatments that are commonly used to treat infected burns and skin infections.
  • The hibiscus herb helps increase cell growth and collagen formation at the wound site, promote wound healing at rapid rates, as well as reduce signs and effects of wounds while relieving pain.

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