Hibiscus Tea- 500g (2 x 250g)


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(2x 250g)

Hibiscus Tea Australia








At My Natural Beauty, we love our tea, especially teas that have remarkable health and beauty benefits.  Hibiscus Tea is not just any ordinary tea. It is only the most beautiful and delicious infusions you can imagine! A nutrient packed, fruity infusion with a sweet and refreshing taste! Made from the humble Hibiscus plant (also known as Rozelle/ Rosella/ Karkarde/ Egyptian Red Tea), this gorgeous ruby coloured infusion can be served either hot or chilled over ice with a squeeze of lime and a sprig of mint. Hibiscus Tea contains a number of health promoting benefits. Rich in Vitamin C and loaded with antioxidants, Hibiscus can help to reduce inflammation in the body and reduce your risk of illness. It also has remarkable hair, health and beauty benefits. Try our delicious Hibiscus Tea today to not only satisfy your tea craving but also enjoy the health and beauty benefits!


FUN FACT- Consumed traditionally by the Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt to help keep cool in the desert and was regarded by Egyptian Pharaohs to be royalty’s most important drink due to its health and vitality benefits.  It has also been used in Mexico for centuries as an excellent hydrator.







  • Contains nothing but 100% Pure Dried Hibiscus


  • Bold, Full Flavoured, Intense, fruity and tart with a bright and deep ruby red colour.


  • An abundance of health a beauty promoting properties


  • 100% Natural


  • No Added Sugar, Sweeteners or Flavours.


  • Vegan Friendly


  • Caffeine Free








  • Well known to assist with lowering blood pressure, fighting off bacterial infections and helping to detox the bladder and kidneys.


  • Traditionally used to support the Cardiovascular system. Hibiscus tea may benefit overall heart health, blood pressure and cholesterol. Hibiscus is said to lower blood pressure, blood sugar, and cholesterol. If kept at constant low levels, these benefits may lead to better heart health.


  •  Some studies indicate Hibiscus may benefit in weight loss and preventing weight gain. Hibiscus Tea is also a healthy thirst quenching drink alternative to sodas and juices. Hibiscus Tea may speed up metabolism which may promote gradual and safe weight loss.



  • Anti-bacterial properties- Like cranberry juice, hibiscus is said to work wonders for getting rid of and preventing urinary tract infections (UTIs).


  • Anti-inflammatory properties- If you struggle with pain as a result of inflammation, hibiscus tea may be beneficial as it can act as an anti-inflammatory.


  • Boost your immune system- Hibiscus Tea can boost your immune system, making it the ideal choice during the colder months to help prevent seasonal illnesses. Hibiscus Tea may help to maintain a stronger immune system and help prevent cell damage caused by free radicals in the body.


  • Hibiscus is a natural diuretic- Hibiscus Tea may be helpful in reducing water retention.


  • May relieve PMS and help balance hormones


  • Removes toxins from body - improves liver functions




Scientific Evidence on Hibiscus:


  1. Hypo & Hyper Tension.
  2. Radicals
  3. Arteries
  4. Liver.
  5. Weight loss.


Hibiscus Tea Australia





Try Hibiscus Tea for all-round beauty benefits. Florals naturally tend to have a lot of benefits for skin, hair, health and beauty. The Hibiscus flower can help you with many health benefits. Consuming as a delicious tea or using topically as a DIY Beauty ingredient, Hibiscus comes with many beauty benefits such as;



  1. Helps with Collagen Production



Being a rich source of Vitamin C, Hibiscus tea helps to facilitate the growth of collagen in the body. This is the main ingredient that is necessary to keep your skin healthy, youthful and glowing. Drinking Hibiscus Tea can therefore assist in keeping your skin looking young, radiant and glowing for a longer period of time.



  1. Hydrates your Skin



Hibiscus Tea is also taken to detox your body and keep it hydrated. Due to its hydrating properties, it can promote skin that looks supple and moisturised. It allows a better transfusion of blood to the skin.


Hibiscus Tea 


  1. Promote Hair Growth and Healthy Hair



Hibiscus can strengthen the hair roots. Hibiscus Tea contains amino acids that are a vital nutrient for promoting hair growth. Therefore, drinking Hibiscus Tea can aid in promoting thicker, shinier hair and strengthening hair roots.


In addition to consuming as a tea, Hibiscus can be as topically. You can use the tea as a hair rinse (prior to conditioner) to help to reduce frizz and remove dandruff. In India, Hibiscus is widely accepted as a hair growth remedy and is often used in Ayurvedic herbal hair oils.


Hibiscus Tea for Beauty 

For DIY Hair Growth and Hair Health recipes using Hibiscus, please click here.






Hibiscus- Dried





Country of Origin:



Packaged in Australia



Suggested use:



To prepare as a tea, pour 1 cup of boiling water over 1 teaspoon of the Hibiscus Tea. Cover and steep 3-5 minutes, strain and serve immediately.


Drink 2-3 cups daily for optimal health benefits.


Cool in the fridge and/or add ice cubes if you wish to enjoy as iced tea.




Recipe Ideas:



Simple Hibiscus Syrup Recipe



Hibiscus Syrup can be made and stored in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. You can use this syrup to make delicious drinks or in cooking. For example, you could add the Hibiscus Syrup to sparkling water with some lime wedges and mint for a delicious spritzer.  You can add to cocktails, mocktails, marinades, vinaigrettes and more. You can even add it to champagne or cider for added punch and a burst of flavour. You can drizzle it over ice cream or sorbet, blend it with vinegar and olive oil to make a vinaigrette.


 Hibiscus Syrup Recipe




1 cup of sugar (or alternate sweetener of your choice)

1 cup water

½ cup dried Hibiscus







  1. In a small pot add the sugar, water, and dried hibiscus flowers. Heat over medium heat, then stir until the sugar is dissolved and the syrup is steaming.


  1. Remove from the heat and let steep for 10-20 minutes and until room temperature. Strain out the Hibiscus, then set aside.


  1. Store the syrup in the fridge for up to 2 weeks.



Optional -You can add lemon juice to this syrup.


Serving Suggestions

Hibiscus Syrup

 Delicious Iced Drinks


Serve over ice cream, yoghurt, breakfast bowls etc



Healthy cordials



ServeCCocktails, mocktails and more!


Refreshing summer drinks

Freeze the Hibiscus Syrup in an ice cube tray and just use them from the freezer as needed. That way you always have the syrup available to use as needed. You can simply add ice cubes of this to any drink to keep your drink cold and add some Hibiscus goodness! Simply drop 1-2 ice cubes into a glass of sparkling water, add some lemon and mint and you have a delicious summer drink.


Hibiscus Summer Apple and Mint Iced Tea



Ingredients :


  • 1 teaspoon of Hibiscus tea
  • 250 ml of Boiling Water
  • 250 ml of fresh Apple Juice
  • Fresh Mint
  • Fresh Apple



Method :


  1. Add 250 ml fresh boiling water to 1 teaspoon of Hibiscus tea. Stand until cool.


  1. Once cool, add 250 ml of fresh Apple Juice.


  1. Slice in fresh Apple and add fresh mint.


  1. Serve chilled over ice







Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight sealed in the resealable zip lock bag or in an airtight container.







Information and statements have not been evaluated by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition


Please see the images of the product label for more information.


As with any new herbal remedy, consult your doctor before consumption or topical use on hair, scalp or skin.


Pregnant and breastfeeding women and women trying to conceive should not drink hibiscus tea.


If you have low blood pressure or are on blood pressure medication you should avoid Hibiscus Tea or consult your doctor.


If you are taking medication to regulate your blood sugar or if you are having or recovering from surgery you should avoid Hibiscus Tea unless otherwise advised by your doctor.


Consult your doctor prior to using if planning pregnancy, on medication, have low blood pressure or any health conditions.


Because hibiscus is a herb, it can interact with medications, bringing added risks. Therefore, it is advised you consult with your doctor prior to using Hibiscus (or any herb) if you are on medication.






May Contain Soy, Cereals Containing Gluten, Milk,  Sulphites,  Tree Nuts,  Other Tree Nuts,  Peanuts, Sesame,  Gluten, Egg