The Possible Hibiscus Tea is rich in antioxidants. It is the perfect replacement for your regular tea. After a long day of work or studies, the Hibiscus tea allows you to relax and refresh. It is free of any artificial sugar. The sweet taste comes from stevia. This is a naturally occurring sweetener. Be free of the negative side effects of refined sugar. Enjoy the sweet relaxing taste of Stevia and Hibiscus in an easy to prepare tea.
Hibiscus Tea Benefits
Consuming this tea helps lower blood pressure. Additionally, lower blood pressure is beneficial for heart health.
- Cholesterol levels
The Tea helps lower cholesterol levels. Drinking hibiscus tea also helps in the improvement of good cholesterol. Further, it helps decrease bad cholesterol and triglycerides.
Research has recorded the anti-bacterial properties of Hibiscus. Firstly, Hibiscus tea contains antioxidants such as vitamin C. Secondly, it stimulates your immune system. Thirdly, the polyphenols in the tea infusion help reduce inflammation.
- Good for the Mind
A study published in the Indian Journal of Pharmacology found amazing results. Researchers found that the flavonoids, anthocyanins, and anthocyanidins in hibiscus have potential antidepressant activity. These help in calming down the nervous system and gives a relaxing sensation to the mind. 
- Good Against Kidney Stones
Hibiscus had also been shown to decrease renal calcium crystal deposition. Hence it significantly decreases serum oxalate. Therefore, acting as a diuretic may help reduce the chance of kidney stones developing. 
- Improves Digestion
Tea helps regularize urination and bowel movements. Also, it helps in treating constipation and improves the health of the gastrointestinal tract.
Better Than Regular Tea
The Stevia content in the tea is naturally occurring. For taste and sweetness, no refined sugar is added.
- Beats Green Tea
Caffeine levels are lower when compared to regular green tea. In fact, Hibiscus tea has zero caffeine in it.
Warning: Hibiscus tea is not recommended for pregnant women, particularly due to its emmenagogic effects.