Taste of South Sudan

Dried Hibiscus Flowers | Taste of South Sudan

Regular price $9.95 USD
Sale price $9.95 USD Regular price
Taste of South Sudan shop is all about bringing you authentic natural herb of Hibiscus Flowers. We sell high quality Hibiscus sabdariffa dried flower petals. The drink of Pharoahs! Called Karkade in Egypt and Sudan, this flower goes by many names.

Also Known As – Hibiscus sabdariffa, Roselle, red sorrel, African Mallow, Indian Sorrel, Jamaica Sorrel, and Flor de Jamaica, Karkade, Zobo , Bissap.


Hibiscus flowers make a herbal tea that is consumed hot or cold. This is made by infusing dried hibiscus flowers in water. The taste is tart, cranberry-like flavor, frequently sweetened with sugar.

Hibiscus sabdariffa is high in anti-oxidants. According to wikipedia it is reported that consumption of this drink may lower blood pressure, however the quality of these studies were poor.

FOODS: In foods it is used as a flavoring and to improve the color, odor or flavor. It has been used in baking, pastries, and jellies.

CRAFTS: Hibiscus petals are used in potpourri with other dried flowers to create colorful sweet smelling potpourri.

SOAP: Dried hibiscus flower powder may be used in soap making.

CONDITIONERS: Dried hibiscus flower powder are used in home made conditioners to nourish and color hair.

Origin – Egypt. Egypt has the highest quality of Hibiscus in the world. Known for freshness, color, and great flavor.

Parts Used - The flower, dried, cut, and powdered.

This Herb is available in 4 ounce and 8 ounce pouches. If you would like larger quantities, please contact me for pricing. When placing your order and you elect to purchase 2 or more pouches of the same herb, I will be shipping your order in one pouch unless you specify in the comments section that you would like individual sealed pouches.

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