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How many carbs are there in hibiscus tea?

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I am too choosy about my diet chart. After getting a lot of problems because of my food choice. I started to follow a low fat, low carb and low calorie diet. Soemtime ago I got obsesed with the new - keto diet and started my hunt for low carb food. My friend loves hibiscus tea. She told me to try it. Then I add hibiscus tea to my diet too. Hibiscus tea has only 7 g of carbohydrates (that is what I saw on the internet). Means it gives only 2% of the everyday intake. But some where it also says 0 carbohydrate. The low carbohydrate tea has a lot of health benefits. Even my daughter and son started to drink hibiscus tea after looking at me. They like the smell and taste. So anyone who want to reduc their carb can start drinking hibiscus tea. I and my daughter like to have it with honey because then it get a sweet taste. My son likes it with ginger and my husband with cloves. We all have different tatses. But everyone gets a lot of benefit from it. Whichever way you like it it is really good to drink hibiscus tea.
I also want to say that hibiscus tea also help me in weight loss. My cholesterol level also became low. My doctor say me to continue drinking hibiscus tea. For my husband hibiscus tea is helpful to digest better. My son drink it after he is back from sports. It gives him energy. For my daughter it is helpful to kill pain during her periods. Did anyone else had any other benefit because of hibiscus tea? Please share your story. I would like to read.
I like to hear storys that people have about different food. That is why I like this forum where popel share their knowledge about which is all true. I also try other foods as per peoples comment here. Manytime it really works. Anyone else who has try hibiscus tea before? I would like to know from other people in this group.

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Really? 7 gram? I thought there were none.

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100 grams i.e. 104 ml of hibiscus tea contains 7 gram carbohydrates. It also keeps you from absorbing extra carbs and sugars, thereby making it easier for you to maintain your weight.

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Dont worry hibiscus tea wont get you fat at all. But still consume in limits

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Yea consume in limits or feel the wrath of constipation :confounded:

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Google also says that it has 7 g of carbs which is 2% of the daily recommended value.

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OMG.. My myth about hibiscus tea having zero carbs have been shattered.. I use to safely drink it thinking it has no carb..

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None

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Drinking green tea every day

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7g/100g

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Medical benefits of hibiscus drink:

Scientific research has proven that hibiscus syrup lowers high blood pressure, increases blood circulation speed, strengthens the heartbeat and kills microbes, which makes it useful in treating diets, microbial infections and cholera epidemics, as it is acidic in nature and has its own properties that it is moisturizing and stimulating for digestion.

Also, the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, candy and soap factories started using colored materials extracted from hibiscus blossom in their products after chemical colors were excluded because of their harmful side effects.

It is used as a natural dye for the medicines, foods, and cosmetics that Eve uses every day, such as lipstick, cosmetics, hair shampoos, and bath soap.

We have talked about hibiscus in past episodes, but we are talking about it now to show its importance in relieving the pain of gout and rheumatism and it works from the hibiscus emulsion by grinding flowers of hibiscus as a moderate grind.

Taken from this crushed fill a teaspoon and placed in a glass cup and pour boiling water immediately and then stir well and cover and then drink after fifteen minutes and take two cups daily at a rate of one cup after breakfast and another after dinner. Note must not use hibiscus as patients with low blood pressure It basically lowers the pressure.

How to use
Hibiscus syrup is prepared as a tea, and it is drunk as well as tea, either hot or cold, boiled by staining and filtering, then adding sugar to it to sweeten it upon request.

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