Hibiscus harms

Hibiscus harms
Hibiscus plant is a tree plant with a height of two meters and its legs are red and cultivated in many countries, especially in Sudan and southern Egypt. As for the part used of it is the means that surround the flower. It treats hardening of the arteries and stomach and intestinal diseases, as it stimulates its movement and excretion of the digestive juices. The factories of medicines, cosmetics, and soaps have started using colored materials that are extracted from hibiscus flowers in their products after they stopped using chemical colors because of their harmful effects.
In the case of high blood pressure, you should not eat a hot drink from it, but drink it cold after soaking it in water. In general, it is preferable not to soak it for more than 24 hours because it will precipitate in the salts of oxalate, which will cause kidney damage. Hibiscus plant did not discover harms that harm the body, as it is one of the important plants that spreads during drinking time, especially in Ramadan because of its beneficial nutritional properties.

And that hibiscus has other cosmetic benefits for the skin and hair, including: - Hibiscus is considered a calming and natural moisturizer for the skin and reduces wrinkles. - Hibiscus gives the hair shine and scalp by adding it to shampoo - Helps cure some skin diseases. - It is used as a mask for oily or dry skin because of its moisturizing and astringent properties. - Tonic can be prepared to maintain the red color of hair through hibiscus. Half a cup of dried hibiscus can be added to a pint of warm water and put it on the fire until it warms, then let it cool and put it in a bowl and leave it until the morning and wash the hair with it.

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