Roselle (Hibiscus, Guinea sorrel)

Roselle,  Hibiscus, Hibiscus sabdariffa

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properties:

  • Antibacterial, analgesic and anti-inflammatory
  • Powerful antioxidant
  • Slows down the advancement of rheumatism-related diseases
  • Liver tonic, detoxifying the body
  • emollient
  • fabric softener
  • Delays aging of the skin
  • moisturizing
  • Anti-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory respiratory
  • General anti-inflammatory: Human and animal studies have shown that hibiscus inhibits the development of atherosclerosis
  • pectoral
  • antispasmodic
  • Regulator of emotivity
  • Venous and lymphatic circulatory system
  • immunostimulant
  • Antitussive and softening of the throat
  • refreshing
  • Urinary antiseptic
  • diuretic
  • Laxative sweet (babies)
  • Healing and healing of intestinal mucosa
  • Refreshing of body and body acidified, overloaded
  • Relax tensions of the uterus
  • cholagogue
  • antiphlogistic
  • antioedémateux
  • Uricosuric (increases excretion of uric acid in the urine)
  • Regulates blood sugar
  • moisturizing

 

indications:

Internal use:

  • weakness
  • hypertension
  • hypotension
  • cholesterol
  • Decreased tone and morale
  • Infections and respiratory tract infections
  • General fatigue and lack of tone
  • Tired and wrinkled skin and to delay skin fatigue
  • Cosmetic preparations: for its beautiful red color, for its richness in mucilages and for its emollience (softness), its richness in vitamin C, its moisturizing capacity, its effect on lymph circulation (internal and external use for this purpose) Calming effect on irritated skin, its sun protection (low index) due to its red color and its emollience ...
  • Cough: spasmodic cough, dry cough, obstructive broncho-pneumopathy
  • tonsillitis
  • asthma
  • Hypersecretion bronchial, inflammation of the mucous membranes of the respiratory tract and the digestive tract
  • Inflammation of upper respiratory tract
  • General anti-inflammatory: Human and animal studies have shown that hibiscus inhibits the development of atherosclerosis
  • Gastric hyperacidity
  • Hyperactivity of child and adult
  • Gastric hyperacidity
  • ulcer
  • burnout
  • Physical and intellectual overwork
  • Thyroid disorders
  • Immune weakness
  • Blow of regular fatigue
  • To endure passive physical exertion (Physical exertion intense and regular and discouraged)
  • VAD
  • Gout, uric acid (Patients treated with hibiscus extract showed an increase in urinary sodium excretion, without substantial modification and without any adverse effects or loss of other urinary electrolytes, including potassium)
  • diabetes
  • cellulite
  • Hyperacidified organism
  • Circulatory congestion and poor lymphatic circulation
  • Cystitis, urinary tract infections
  • prostatitis
  • Menstrual pain
  • Infection of the lymph nodes
  • cooling
  • fever
  • Stomach pain and stomach pain
  • Low back pain and chronic inflammation
  • Allows to fight against the fatigue of excess heat (in the warm, subtropical climate this drink allows to fight against the apathy that this excess of heat generates
  • Adaptation to changing schedules (night work)
  • Allows resistance in the event of stress
  • Allows resistance in case of hard and unusual work (moving)
  • Hepatitis and viral hepatitis and any liver problems
  • Powerful drainer and detoxifier of the body. Ideal for changing season, fall and spring
  • Reduces the harmful effects of alcohol abuse, or poor quality alcohol, on our body
  • Dryness (it is very moisturizing while fighting against the retention of water)
  • Soothes irritated throat (angina)
  • Fluidizes the blood too thick, without being a true blood thinners, because a healthy blood is not going to be fluidized
  • bloating
  • Difficult digestion
  • flatulence
  • Colitis and gastroenteritis
  • Headaches (migraines)
  • Cardio-vascular protection

 

Cooked:

  • In the fresh state (in places of production) as vegetable.
  • The buttons are used in vinegar as capers.
  • The young plants are eaten steamed or braised.
  • Grind may be added to the coffee to mitigate its effects.
  • Its decoction decorated with a little honey or sugar allows to make a delicious homemade sorbet
  • Its decoction embellished with a little honey or sugar by adding a little pectin, agar agar ... allows to make a delicious dessert.
  • With coconut milk you can make delicious dessert creams.
  • For making beautiful cocktails
  • For your jellies and compotes

 

Directions:

Fruity and acidulous flavor

 

Internal use:

This drink can be hot or cold and can be prepared in different ways

  1. 1 tablespoon of calyxes for 1/2 liter of water. Put in cold water, bring to a boil and cook 1-2 minutes, then infuse 15 minutes.
  2. 1 tablespoon of calyces, pour boiling water over the calyces and let infuse 20 minutes.
  3. 2 tablespoons of calyxes for one liter of water, put in a wide-necked bottle (like some bottles of juice), put in the fridge and let brew cold all night, see 24 hours. This drink keeps 2-3 days without problems.

You can drink this drink such as, where to soften it with a little honey, a little stevia, a little full sugar but also and it's very good, with just a drizzle of apple juice or pears .

Drink during the day.

 

Possible synergies, choose a mixture of two - three plants and vary from time to time:

The Hibiscus drinks hot or cold. Alone or with a little honey, ginger, mint, drinks like Tutti frutti, Granada, sweet hour, the Rooibos, Honeybush ...

Marshmallow to enhance the softening effect, or Mauve, Poppy, Licorice.

For the colitis add a little Savory, Thyme, Sparpole, Hyssop.

To heal the intestines: Mint, Comfrey, Harpagophytum, Lemongrass, Chamomile, Quackgrass ...

In the prevention of arterial accidents or in maintaining better blood circulation: Red vine, Hawthorn, Honeybush, Rooibos, Burdock, Dandelion, Combretum, Desmodium, Boldo, Camomile, Cumin, Caraway, Anise green, Fennel, Badiane, , Cinnamon ...

To support the functions of the liver: Desmodium, Combretum, Burdock, Wild Thought, Boldo, Harpagophytum, Millefeuille, Borage, Artichoke ...

To promote resistance and endurance to sport: Stinging nettle, Horsetail, Mint, Mate, Ginger, Savory, Thyme, Oregano, Cinnamon, Sage ...

To treat cystitis and to strengthen an organism subjected to urinary infections (these plants are also suitable for prostatitis): Heather, Piloselle, Bearberry, Blueberry, Cherry tails, Elderberry, Eucalyptus, Epilobe, Thyme ...

 

External use:

In poultice or decoction on:

  • Oozing eczemas
  • On dermatological allergies: allergy to concrete, allergy to soap ...
  • All dermatoses
  • Hibiscus ground and used in capillary cataplasm (hair), as a henna for:
  • Promote hair growth (use in parallel to drink to accentuate effects by internal use)
  • Prevent hair loss (use in parallel to drink to accentuate effects by internal use)
  • Make them thicker (use in parallel beverage to accentuate the effects by the internal use)
  • Prevent premature graying (use in parallel to drink to accentuate effects by internal use)
  • Combat dandruff (use in parallel beverage to accentuate effects by internal use)

If you simply want to use the benefits of Hibiscus to fortify your hair use ground Hibiscus. If you want to use it to dye your hair, use half of Hibiscus ground and half of Hibiscus or natural, reinforced, chestnut, blond, indigo ... then you proceed as for the instructions for use of Henna below. (At the end of this article)

 

  • Maceration in oil to create a wound healing, softening and protective sun (low index).
  • This same oil is used for massages promoting lymphatic circulation.
  • Cosmetic preparations: make-up, bath salts (bath of a super pink, do not hesitate to add a little coconut milk and the E of Rosemary, Verbena, Ylang-ylang, Cedar, Grapefruit ...) , lip balm...

 

 

How to use the capillary cataplasm:

For a short hair it is necessary to count 50g to 100g of Hibiscus, for a long hair the double. Mix with a plain yoghurt or coconut milk, and hot water to obtain a creamy consistency of a fluid mustard (it's easier if you add a little Henna: neutral or natural or reinforced) .

For the tips of the forked hair one can add 1 tablespoon of honey of bees.

Apply on washed hair, going from the root to the point, wicking by wick, or, by depositing along a line traced with the comb and then covering it by tracing a new stripe next to it and so on until 'To cover the whole skull. Then massage to permeate all the hair and the tips. Film the head with a food film and leave to act 2-3 hours.

Rinse your hair thoroughly, finish with a shampoo and in the last rinse water for 1 liter of water put 3 tablespoons of vinegar and rinse the hair with this mixture to properly fix the care.

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