Roselle Hibiscus

roselle hibiscus

Jams, jellies, and even pickles -these are some of the ways you can use dried roselle hibiscus leaves.

A good source of polyphenolic and flavanoid compounds (think quercetin and kaempferol, to name a couple), there is more to roselle hibiscus than its aesthetic quality. Many people in the Caribbean use roselle hibiscus leaves as a seasonal drink (known as sorrel) at Christmas where cinnamon, cloves and bay leaves are preferred to ginger.

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