I adore Hibiscus flowers! Remembering my childhood as I sometimes played alone I'd pick these beautiful flowers from the thick and colorful shrubbery that grew in the yard of my home.
I remember inhaling the subtle sweetness, while adoring the full, luscious petals. I didn't know then they were edible and now to my surprise in my child's mind my curiosity never convinced me to take a taste. Now that I know the treasure this beauty holds and am still the more fascinated. To me Hibiscus is like a voluptuous woman. While in bloom she is a sexy edible flower!
Today, I wear her as adornment, in my hair, behind my ear and she always makes me feel as beautiful as she is. I also drink in its benefits as a fragrant and healthful tea. But, I also appreciate using Hibiscus for the properties it lends to soap making.
Here are some things to consider about the lovely Hibiscus flower. The Hibiscus been called “the Natural Botox plant.” It can be used for many products and industries including bath and body products, foods and beverages, and many medicinal and treatment purposes. In oils and lip balm recipes, Hibiscus is used to obtain a natural red pigment color...