Hibiscus Flower, Cut & Sifted - by the ounce

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Commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine to stimulate thicker hair growth and to prevent premature graying, hair loss and scalp disorders.

PSA: Often incorporated with peanut farming and may have peanut residue present.

  • Acts as a natural, emollient hair conditioner.
  • Used in Ayurvedic hair washes, oil infusion treatments and vinegar rinses for the hair.
  • Can also be used in teas, carbonated beverages, and beer and wine.
  • Used in cosmetics for blush and lip tint coloring.

Origin: India
Shelf Life: 1-2 Years

DIY Hibiscus and Aloe Vera Hair Mask

3-4 tablespoons of hibiscus petal powder
1 cup aloe vera gel (available by the oz at our Refillery)


  1. Take freshly plucked hibiscus flowers, wash them thoroughly, pluck the petals, and grind them to a paste.
  2. Put 3–4 tablespoons of hibiscus petal paste in a clean bowl, and add 1 cup of aloe vera gel to it.
  3. Mix the ingredients until you get the consistency of a smooth paste.


  1. Apply the paste all over your hair and scalp, and then wear a shower cap to keep the mask from transferring or dripping.
  2. Let it sit for at least 40–50 minutes before washing it off with a mild shampoo and plain water.
  3. Follow it up with a conditioner, and then finally rinse your hair with plain water.
  4. Use this mask once or twice a week.

DIY Hibiscus Tea

2 cups water

2 tablespoons hibiscus powder

1 tablespoons honey

lime to garnish


In a small saucepan place the water, hibiscus powder and granulated honey. Place on medium heat and bring mixture to a simmer. Stirring occasionally. Simmer for five minutes, remove from heat and cool to room temperature. Strain the liquid through a fine mesh sieve (to remove the hibiscus particles) into a pitcher. Chill overnight.

Serve with lime wedges and ice.

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