What is Hibiscus and why we need to know about this ? all these questions can be answered now.  We don’t want to leave anything available in nature to utilise and enhance the beauty, with natural effect on your health. 

 
Lowers Cholesterol Levels
 
Hibiscus tea, have you really heard about this? This tea is considered as effective medicine in lowering low-density lipoprotein, mainly helpful for people with Type 2 diabetes.
Researchers got a point that people who drank hibiscus tea ended up with higher levels of high-density lipoproteins and lower levels of bad cholesterol.  You can start drinking hibiscus tea twice daily for a few weeks to control your cholesterol levels
 
Regulates Blood Pressure
 
I have no point in regulating the blood pressure levels today, I jumped out of the chair and shouted at someone, well we have the best ingredient that is beneficial at controlling high blood pressure which is hibiscus.  Due to the antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties this regulated the blood pressure and due to its diuretic nature, increased urination occurs. 
If you have a choice of getting a fresh flower, dry them for a week and store it in a container, start drinking tea from fresh hibiscus flowers, 2 times a day to regulate the blood pressure.
 
Protects the Liver
 
Hibiscus can never be harmful as antioxidant properties help to prevent liver damage by neutralising the free radicals present in the body. Make sure that good liver health, come from drinking hibiscus tea 1 time daily.
 
Aids Weight Loss
 
Weight loss is nightmare for the people who make this as a series of troublesome process. However, this herb speeds up the metabolism with a gradual weight loss.
This beautiful herb is loaded with nutrients, flavonoids and various minerals lowers the body’s absorption of fats and carbohydrates that lead to losing weight. Drink 2 - 3 cups of hibiscus tea daily to support your weight loss efforts.
 
Fights Hair Loss
 
You are in grief about the towel with hair strands and hairbrush running out of control that means hair fall is making mess up in your life and hibiscus can help fight it.
Vitamins A and C  along with the amino acids can combat hair loss, cures dandruff, prevents split ends and premature greying.
 
Let us see Hair oil that can stop hair fall and induce hair growth. 
Take a copper vessel, add 20-30 hibiscus leaves and flowers to 4 cups of extra-virgin coconut oil.
Heat on low flame until the flowers turn black. Strain it in another vessel. 
Allow 15-20 minutes to cool. Store in a bottle.
You have to apply the oil on your hair and massage it in the night. Leave it overnight and wash it in the morning.  Repeat this a few times a week to get the desired results you want to see. 
 
Conditions Hair
 
You have a very dull hair and you want to avoid artificial conditioners then you might have to apply hibiscus hair mask for healthy and shiny hair. You can observe the hibiscus flowers are leathery and mucilaginous in nature, in the same way, leaves also mildly condition the hair.
Hibiscus Hair Mask
 
Take 20 fresh hibiscus flowers and add 3 tbsp of yoghurt and grind them until you see it like gel paste. 
Add 1 tbsp honey and mix well. Apply this hair mask on your damp hair.
Wear a shower cap and leave it for about 30 minutes.
Rinse it out with cold water, along with the mild shampoos and 
Use this conditioner hair mask once a week to see the desired results.
 
So now, I think you might have to find out best places to get the hibiscus flowers, make sure you save the nature's beauty as well.