Feel like thorns hurting your throat? This blend of tickly hibiscus with earthy lemongrass and spicy cinnamon will be your saviour, making cold run away! The best thing is you’ll smile through every sip!
★ Hibiscus is most commonly known as the "shoe flower" because the flowers were traditionally used to polish shoes in Jamaica and some African countries.
★ The juice from the petals is used in China as shoe-blacking and mascara. Important Health
➔ Re-steep the leaves 2 times using 4 grams of it in 150ml of water
➔ Return to any used tea leaves within the same day