Dried Roselle Fruits (Anthur-Rah Rep) - 50 g
Prepare it as a tea or drink, dry Roselle fruit is either ways tart, fragrant, colourful and healthy, too! The herbal tea or drink enjoyed hot or chilled by people in many countries around the world is not only a delightful and effective thirst quencher (especially the iced version!), but it also has a rich, varied history in traditional medicine. Made in Mizoram
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Common name: Roselle, Hibiscus, Jamaica sorrel, Red sorrel • Hindi: Lal Ambari, Patwa • Manipuri: Silo-sougree • Marathi: Laal-ambaari, tambdi-ambadi • Tamil: simaikkasuru, sivappukkasuru, shimai-kashuruk-kirai • Malayalam: polechi, puli-cheera • Telugu: erragomgura, erragonkaya, ettagomgura • Kannada: kempupundrike, plachakiri, pundibija • Bengali: chukar • Mizo: Lekhar-anthur • Assamese: Chukiar, Tengamora Roselle has a sour taste and is popular in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Manipur, Tripura and also Mizoram. Roselle has hypotensive effects and one of the highest levels of antioxidants of any widely available food.
Roselle or Red Sorrel has health benefits and is useful in relieving symptoms of fever. The leaves of this herb are useful in the prevention and treatment of scurvy which is a deficiency caused by lack of vitamin C. Fresh leaves of the plant are useful in stimulating the stomach and aiding its action. These leaves are beneficial in the treatment of jaundice and a tablespoon of fresh red sorrel juice mixed with butter-milk (made from cow's milk) is recommended once daily in the treatment of jaundice.
"The tea is prepared in a variety of ways around the world - it may be served hot or iced; mixed with fruit, fruit juices, or alcohol (such as rum, wine, or beer); or enhanced with herbs or spices (such as mint, ginger, cinnamon, allspice, or cloves). A member of the mallow family, hibiscus thrives in tropical and sub-tropical climates. Not only is hibiscus tea a calming, delicious, versatile beverage, but it has a reputation as a beneficial healing tea, as well. Apart from being prepared as a tea, red sorrel fruits, given its tangy taste is also used to enhance the flavor and colour of food and in some parts of the world, used as a garnish to a meat dish. In various parts of the world, hibiscus fruit is well-known for reducing high blood pressure, lowering body temperature, helping with weight management, enhancing liver health, encouraging regularity, preventing insomnia, soothing skin irritations, for its antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, and as a diuretic.
SIMPLE AND QUICK RED SORREL FRUIT TEA RECIPE: Combine three ounces of dried sorrel with about an eight of a teaspoon of powdered ginger, add to about two cups of hot water. When you mix these ingredients into hot water, it makes a warm and inviting tea. It’s OK to add sugar or your favorite sweetener. It’s best to use a tea strainer when you pour it into a cup, to avoid getting leaves and other residue in your drink. You can either drink it hot right away, or put it in the refrigerator for later. If you pour it over ice, it creates a refreshing beverage. "