Hibiscus rosa-Sinensis is a bushy, evergreen shrub or small tree with glossy leaves and single, vivid red flowers in summer and autumn that grows 2.5–5 m (8–16 ft) tall and 1.5–3 m (5–10 ft) wide. The five-petaled blossoms have a diameter of ten centimeters (four inches).
- People with somewhat high blood pressure can lower their blood pressure by consuming hibiscus tea for 2-6 weeks.
- Hibiscus tea and extract have also become well-known as natural appetite suppressants that can aid weight loss.
- When drunk as tea, hibiscus has been shown to reduce harmful cholesterol levels.
- Hibiscus tea may aid in the reduction of blood fat levels, which is another risk factor for heart disease.
- Hibiscus has been examined for its ability to prevent the production of kidney stones, as well as its respiratory and sedative properties.
- To keep tropical hibiscus plants continuously moist, water whenever the top inch of soil becomes dry. (Check by sticking your finger in the soil.)
- Watering containers 3 to 4 times weekly at the beginning of the summer and daily toward the end of the summer as the plants grow is recommended.
- Hibiscus tolerates some shade but blooms best in full sun.
- There are a variety of colours ranging from red to orange to pink to yellow.
- To keep a healthy plant alive, keep the soil evenly moist. This will necessitate daily watering in hot, sunny conditions.
Botanical Name: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
Plant Type: Flowering Plant
- Outdoor Plant
- Attractive Flowers
- Religious Plant