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hibiscus tea for PCOS ❥New Beginnings Due September 2; TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; California 16189 posts
29th May '13

anyone have good stories about it? how did you make yours?

Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18204 posts
status 29th May '13

I havent...but I am interested...



What is it supposed to do?

❥New Beginnings Due September 2; TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; California 16189 posts
29th May '13

Benefits of Hibiscus



  • The tea is a mild diuretic, which helps the body to expel toxins, and is often used to lower blood pressure. Clinical studies have been carried out which support its use for controlling blood pressure. As a result, it can be beneficial for those whose blood pressure problems are caused by stress.


  • The tea is also thought to be beneficial for lowering cholesterol.


  • Studies have concluded that those suffering from type 2 diabetes may benefit from drinking hibiscus tea.


  • These benefits are also thought to be useful in combating heart disease.


  • Another traditional use of the tea is to treat liver problems, particularly in Eastern medicine.


  • The tea is also of benefit to those who wish to lose weight, as it is thought to inhibit the body from absorbing too many carbohydrates.


  • The tea is packed with vitamin C and can help to fight the symptoms of colds and flu and strengthens the immune system. It has powerful antioxidant properties and can help to remove bacteria from the system. It is useful for preventing and fighting infections.


  • Regular consumption of the tea can keep the body
Bad Things 1 child; Blacksburg, SC, United States 18204 posts
status 29th May '13
Quoting ❥New Beginnings:" Benefits of Hibiscus The tea is a mild diuretic, which helps the body to expel toxins, and is often ... [snip!] ... from a regular intake of hibiscus tea, as it has a positive effect on the central nervous system and can help to control moods."


That is awesome! I may give that a go.... thanks!