I recently caught the flu this year and ,man, that was an ugly sight. Most of the time I was sneezing, disoriented and strapped with a high fever. I was worried that my flu could have worsened into something unfathomable;but I was lucky that nothing like that even happened.
Aside from getting a copious amount of sleep, I drank 2 cups of Moriba’s hibiscus tea, and took Advil every day. My symptoms gradually abated and by day 6, I felt back to my healthy self. You must be thinking, it’s great that you are feeling better but how does this tea work?
Well, did you know that Hibiscus tea is full of antioxidants? Antioxidants have properties that can help you fight any cold or flu. It’s also rich in vitamin C, high in electrolytes and it can also be used for weight loss.
The hibiscus is an exotic flower from West Africa that: is rich with bioflavanoids, can fight free radicals and can treat pneumonia. Although hibiscus tea is a natural remedy for respiratory problems, consult with a doctor whenever you consider adding it into your cold/flu prevention regiment.
Moriba makes tasty teas, FYI. Hibiscus tea has a tart cranberry taste with a vibrant red color. I was so glad that I had an ample stock of it in my kitchen! It was just what I needed when my body was brimming with phlegm. As soon as I drank the tea, I felt my sinuses clear up and my throat start to heal.
My morning and night ritual, for the past 6 days, was to boil up Moriba’s Hibiscus tea and to drink it before Breakfast and Dinner. I used sugar in the raw to sweeten it up and I truly savored every drop.
This tea helped alleviate a lot of my symptoms and it also gave me a respite from my nasty flu. Drinking the tea felt good and helped me forget that my body had a nasty flu bug attacking it from all angles.
Since this is flu season, consider getting Moriba’s Hibiscus tea. It’s done wonders for me and i’m sure it’s just what you may need to combat the cold/ flu this year.
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