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Hyleys Black Tea with Rosehip and Hibiscus Herbs

Black Tea with Rosehip Hibiscus

SKU: 7005.


Product Description

A vivid bouquet of exquisite black teas from the highlands of Ceylon complemented by delicate rose-hip pulp and a sweet flower nuance of hibiscus petals.


Exquisite black tea from the highlands of Ceylon
Delicate rosehip pulp
Sweet-sour hibiscus petals


Reduces the stress hormone, Cortisol*
Helps maintain healthy blood-pressure and cholesterol levels*
A variety of antioxidants support the immune and circulatory systems*
Reduces inflammation*
Aids in the prevention of heart disease*


This fragrant warming beverage protects from chill in cold season and quenches thirst in hot weather, normalizes blood pressure and restores energy. Tea with rosehip and hibiscus is a source of fluorine, calcium, phosphorus, and it helps preserve the health of your teeth.


Tea Taster’s Advice:
This fragrant drink can be served both hot and cold. You can add sugar to your taste.
*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Know Your Tea


Pour 8 oz freshly boiled water over a tea bag in a cup.
Cover cup and steep 5-8 minutes.
These steps directly influence the amount of beneficial components that end up in your tea cup. Gently squeeze the tea bag to release any remaining extract.

TREAT ME WELL (proper storage):

Store in a cool dry place.
Protect from direct heat and sunlight.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


The medicinal features of hibiscus and rosehip have been known from the ancient times. Witch-doctors used to advise to drink rosehip infusions for people suffering from cordial disorders. Hibiscus infusion is considered a national Egyptian drink known to people from the Ancient world. “The drink of the pharaohs” – that is how the Egyptians call it. Rosehip and hibiscus are poly vitamin plants. They surpass other fruit and herbs in the number and diversity of vitamins. Main components of hibiscus are useful fruit acids, amino acids, microelements, and a complex of vitamins. Rosehips contains sugar, pectine, tanning substances, organic acids, B-group vitamins, ascorbic acid and a range of microelements: ferrum, manganese, phosphorus, magnesium and calcium. Rosehip and hibiscus infusion normalizes metabolism, improves appetite and digestion and strengthens the immune system. It provides a wholesome effect on the nervous system, heart, lungs and gastrointestinal tract.