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Iyafoods, GlutenFree, Hibiscus Flower Powder, Kosher Certified (Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Powder,Dry Roselle Powder) Non GMO, No Preservative

Iyafoods, GlutenFree, Hibiscus Flower Powder, Kosher Certified (Hibiscus Sabdariffa Flower Powder,Dry Roselle Powder) Non GMO, No Preservative

What is Hibiscus Powder?

Edible, delicious and beautiful. Originally from Africa, these red trumpet-shaped flowers grow in warm sunny climates and have a tart deep flavor that is bright and refreshing.A naturally vegan, paleo, gluten free, nut free, grain free powder; Hibiscus Powder is a great choice for tea, drinks, cocktails, preserves, syrup and even beauty uses.Hibiscus flowers are used all around the world; as a tea or drink in the Caribbean, Mexico, Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, Nigeria, Ghana and the United States. It is also popular in Jamaica, usually flavored with rum. In the US, hibiscus flowers are now very popular in kombucha drinks. Hibiscus flower powder also has a beauty secret; Used for restorative hair masks dating far back to ancient Egyptian and African hair growth secrets, it has been used to promote hair growth, prevent premature greying, thicken hair, restore ph balance to both hair and scalp. Hibiscus flowers are rich in nutrients such as amino acids.

Ingredients

–Dried Hibiscus Flowers Also called Flor de Jamaica or sorrel

•100% Hibiscus Flowers (Hibiscus Sabdariffa)

•Tart, floral flavor

•Natural edible flowers sourced direct from farmers

•Non-irradiated

•Free from gluten, preservatives, additives or color

•Great for teas, drinks, cocktails & beauty

Fresh hibiscus flowers are harvested by hand in the tropical farms of West Africa and sun-dried to naturally preserve their nutrients, potency & tart flavor. Also commonly called roselle in the Caribbean, Flor de Jamaica in Mexico; dried hibiscus flower powder can be used in a variety of foods, drinks and beauty hair masks.

Uses:

Food - Baked foods, pastries, preserves, syrups etc.

Drinks - Teas, drinks & cocktails

Beauty - Hair masks

For Baking -Add hibiscus flower powder as specified in your recipe for cakes, pancakes etc. A general guide is about ½ cup of hibiscus powder for every 5 cups of flour.

For Drinks- Steep in hot water for tea. For drinks or cocktails, allow to cool then mix as desired.

Hibiscus Powder FAQs:

1. What is Hibiscus Powder?

Hibiscus Powder is made from dried hibiscus flowers. Originally from Africa, these red trumpet-shaped flowers grow in warm sunny climates and have a tart

deep flavor that is bright and refreshing. It is a naturally vegan, paleo, gluten free, nut free, grain free power rich in nutrients and versatile in it uses.

2. How is our Hibiscus Powder made?

Iya Foods Hibiscus Powder is made from dried hibiscus flowers, botanical name hibiscus sabdariffa. The flowers are harvested, sun-dried and milled into a fine powder. We grind the whole flower so you may see specks of the calyx from the center of the flower.

3. What is hibiscus powder used for?

Tea, drinks, cocktails,Preserves, syrups, jam, baking, Hair Masks

4. Are all hibiscus flowers same thing?

There are many hibiscus flowers varieties. We use hibiscus sabdariffa which is edible, beautiful and delicious.

5. Is Hibiscus Powder gluten-free?

Yes Hibiscus Powder is free from gluten. Ours are made 100% from Dried Hibiscus Flowers

(FDA Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease).

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