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Hibiscus Dried leaf organic herb medicial survivial uses Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
Dried Hibiscus organic leaves 8 inch Sandwich bag size survival medicinal uses
whole plant is edible also
easily stored in freezer or vacuum seal and store for future use
Medicinal use: Hibiscus flowers, roots and leaves, are anodyne and stimulate menstruation They regulate menstruation and stimulate blood circulation. Flower extract has been traditionally used for liver disorders, high blood pressure and as an aphrodisiac. Young leaves and flowers are used in case of headache. Decoction of leaves, root and fruits are helpful in treatments of arthritis, boils and coughs, and the fruit is used externally in cases of sprains, wounds and ulcers. Hibiscus tea is rich in Vitamin C.Young leaves are sometimes used as a spinach substitute. Flowers - raw or cooked.Chinese hibiscus is a sweet, astringent, cooling herb that checks bleeding, soothes irritated tissues and relaxes spasms. The flowers are aphrodisiac, demulcent, emollient and refrigerant. They are used internally in the treatment of excessive and painful menstruation, cystitis, venereal diseases, feverish illnesses, bronchial catarrh, coughs and to promote hair growth. An infusion of the flowers is given as a cooling drink to ill people. The leaves are anodyne, aperient, emollient and laxative. A decoction is used as a lotion in the treatment of fevers. The leaves and flowers are beaten into a paste and poulticed onto cancerous swellings and mumps. The flowers are used in the treatment of carbuncles, mumps, fever and sores. The root is a good source of mucilage and is used as a substitute for marsh mallow (Althaea officinalis) in the treatment of coughs and colds. A paste made from the root is used in the treatment of venereal diseases.