Hibiscus was originally grown in Ancient Egypt and throughout Southeast Asia. It is one of the few plants whose flowers are edible. Worldwide traditional cultures, from China to the Americas use hibiscus for medicinal teas and natural red dye. In India, it is commonly used to treat dandruff and heal the skin. In African folk medicine, the drug is ascribed, among other things, for its spasmolytic and antibacterial properties. Aqueous extracts of hibiscus flowers are said to lower the blood pressure. Hibiscus extract is beneficial for softening skin and reducing wrinkles as it works as a natural emollient. Due to its antiseptic and wound-healing actions, it is also ideal for inflamed skin and scalp, for the treatment of eczema and dandruff.
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