Dried Hibiscus Flower Description: Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa) belongs to the family Malvacea. It is an annual herb cultivated for its leaves, stem, seed and calyces. The crop is native to India but was introduced to other parts of the world such as Central America, West Indies and Africa. It is best grown in tropical and sub-tropical regions. Hibiscus is popularly called Zobo in Nigeria. The Nigerian hibiscus punch is made from an infusion of dried hibiscus calyxes which form at the base of flowers as they mature, this red calyxes are frequently used as a natural food coloring also make a delicious herbal punch which can be taken hot or cold. Harvest: Hibiscus sabdariffa is harvested from late October onwards. The harvest is timed according to the ripeness of the seed. The fleshy calyces are harvested after the flower has dropped but before the seedpod has dried and opened. The more time the capsule remains on the plant after the seeds begin to ripen. Specifications Features : Percentage Moisture : 5% Total Ash : 10% max Acid Insoluble Ash : 1.50% max Broken Sticks : 5% max Foreign matter : 2% max Salmonella : Negative
It is organically grown and has several health benefits .It prevents hair loss,Reduces grey hair, reduces high blood pressure , Reduce cholesterol level, used in treatment of liver diseases .
Lavender has been a favorite herb for centuries. The historic use and recognition of lavender is almost as old the history of man. As an herb, lavender has been in documented use for over 2,500 years. In ancient times lavender was used for mummification and perfume by the Egyptian's, Phoenicians, and peoples of Arabia. The Greeks and the romans bathed in lavender scented water and it was from the Latin word "lavo" meaning "to wash" that the herb took it's name. Perhaps first domesticated by the Arabians, lavender spread across Europe from Greece.
Air Dried Hibiscus Flower (Whole & Broken) : Properly Sorted, Processed And Cleaned Hibiscus Flower From The Origin Of Nigeria Drying Process: Natural Air Drying Color: Dark Red Percentage Of Broken: 5% Moisture: 12% Foreign Matter: 0.5% Max Insect Infestation: Free From Insect Infestation Weed Seeds: Nil Inspection: Sgs Or Similar Packaging: 40kg As Required Minimum Order: 2 X 20ft Containers
Rose Petals (Rosa Centifolia) Botanical Name : Rosa Indica / Rosa Centifolia English Name : Rose Plant Part : Flower Petals Purity : 100% Powder Mesh Size : 60, 80 & 100 We are one of the prominent Exporters of Pure Rose Petals & Rose Powder From India. Rose Petals & Rose Powder created from finest rose petals that are cured to perfection. The powder is an essential ingredient in many face packs, hair packs, hair oils and perfumes because of its cooling properties and soothing fragrance. For centuries rose has been used in perfumes and as a coolant for eyes and body. It is also effective in curing skin infections, inflammation, swelling and prickly heat. Advantages It is natural cooling agent, soothing fragrance and cures skin infection. How to use It has to be mixed with Rose water or plain water to make a paste. As it is a natural Herbal Powder it makes the skin soft and smooth. It adds glow to the skin. Apply the paste evenly on the face and neck, allow it to dry. Wash the face with cold water.
Apex International is one of the prominent cultivators and exporters of Medicinal Herbs, Spices, Honey and Oils and is located in Rajasthan, India. We are ISO 22000: 2005, WHO-GMP ORGANIC & HALAL certified. We supply premium quality Dried Hibiscus Flowers, T-cut as well as hibiscus powder. Dried Hibiscus Flower as various health benefits. It is therefore used in medicines and food supplements. It is generally used in Herbal Teas for its slimming quality and rich taste. Let us know your requirements if any. We shall offer our best prices for the same. We will be pleased to serve you at the best by providing the best prices, swift sample delivery and prompt shipments.
Hibiscus Fowers (Specification) Handpicked quality Moisture less than 6%-8% Total ash>10% Max Acid insoluble ash98-99% clean Free from salmonella and foreign matters FOB Price: $1900-Payment option 100% irrevocable letter of credit at sight of documents Product origin : Nigeria Key Specifications/Special Features : Packaging options: 40kg pp bags 40fcl(25-27 tons) (20FCL(15-17 TONS)
Dried Hibiscus flowers. Used for making juices, jams, sauces, and tea. Can also be used medicinally or in foods. Quality: Premium American cleaned Origin: Nigeria Quantity: Per Ton Shipping Terms: FOB, CIF Payment terms: L/C Destination port: Worldwide
It is literally referred to as a miracle plant. This is because the leaves are used to make healing compounds while the sepals are used to make food coloring. Also, the seeds can be used to make burlap, which is a kind of fabric. Our dried hibiscus can also be used to make tea which is highly nutritional. It is also used to add a floral taste to any beverage of your choice. This flower is called Jamaica or Flor de Jamaica in Spanish. Actually, it goes by several names, sorrel,chai torsh, bissap and so many more depending on the region it is commonly used. Origin Like many other plant species, dried hibiscus flowers has ancient origins. It is said to have originated from Northern Africa and South Eastern Asia. The Egyptians used it for medicinal purposes such as lowering body temperature, treating nerve diseases and also a diuretic. In some other cultures it was used to treat constipation and cancer. In Iran, drinking tea made from dried hibiscus flowers was used to treat high blood pressure. Pulp made from the leaves was applied on the skin to help wounds heal faster. Today, dried hibiscus flowers are used to research remedies for various infections and diseases. It has been used to lower cholesterol levels and has been shown to aid in weight loss. Our dried hibiscus flowers contain antioxidants called anthocyanins which cause the red coloring of the flowers. They have been shown to have anticancer properties. Dried hibiscus flowers can be used to make hibiscus tea and extract which are very easy to make yourself. How to make Hibiscus Tea from Dried Hibiscus Flowers Ingredients Two cups of dried hibiscus thoroughly rinsed Two or three cups of sugar or any other sweetener you may have Ten to twelve cups of water Instructions Mix the dried hibiscus flowers, sugar and four cups of water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and then let it simmer for about twenty minutes. Remove from heat and let it cool to about room temperature. Strain the flowers from the mixture. Add the remaining cups of water Serve over ice and enjoy This is a beverage you and your friends or even your guests can enjoy while relaxing. Also, you can make it at the comfort of your own home. For those who love working out, you can add this beverage in your daily regimen. FAQs Is this 100% hibiscus flowers only? Yes, it is. Only hibiscus flowers. What kind of hibiscus flowers are theses (need to confirm if these are Hibiscus sabdariffa)? They are Hibiscus sabdariffa. Is your Product Non-GMO? Yes, We only sell non-gmo products Do you add anything to the Flowers? No! Our organic flowers are 100% raw with no additives. Is your Calendula Gluten-Free? Yes! Can I make hibiscus syrup with these? Seems yes, but wondering if anyone has? Sure, just steep it with sugar & water to make a simple syrup & then strain. Is this wild tea? I not think so. They are organic, which means they have to know the growing conditions
Product Description: We offer for sale high quality dried Hibiscus flowers. We will offer reliable and consistent supply as we look forward to growing that list of delighted customers by having you as one of them. Price of product (USD price or FOB price): Available on request Product origin: Nigeria Key Specifications/Special Features: (a)Visual Purple-red color. (b)Aroma Floral, berry-like aroma. Free from objectionable off odors. (c)Texture Lump free, free flowing particles . Moisture 5% Total Ash 10% max Acid Insoluble Ash 1.50% max Broken Sticks 5% max Foreign matter 2% max Salmonella Negative Minimum Order Size and Packaging details: Packing 20 Kg to 30kg per Bag , FCL