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What part of hibiscus is used for tea?

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Usually, hibiscus tea is an infusion of the dried sepals of the flower and leaves of the hibiscus plant in some cases. However, other parts of the hibiscus plant may also be used.

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Petals is the obvious answer here mate

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Mostly all. Its all blended

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