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Commonly called Chinese hibiscus, Hibiscus is a frost tender evergreen that is probably native to tropical Asia and is a flowering plant in the Malvaceae family. Hibiscus is typically grown outdoors in frost-free climates like southern Florida in foundation plantings and hedges. In the north, they are often used as houseplants that can be moved outdoors in summer and back inside for winter. Flowers typically grow 4-6 inches across in shades of orange, yellow, red, pink, and multicolor with ruffled petals and and and eye of contrasting color.
Welcoming the floral grace of Hibiscus can bring many health benefits as it is full of nutrients and antioxidants and can help with everything from hypertension to reducing heart disease risks, weight loss and complete immune system health.
- Bodily Effect: Hibiscus lowers blood pressure and boosts liver health.
- Emotional Effect: Hibiscus has been used to combat anxiety and depression.
- Spiritual Effect: Spiritually, Hibiscus this magical herb stimulates the first and second chakras which resonate with its strength to release blockages in the spine and lower back as well as healing several reproductive conditions.
"As the flower of passion, Hibiscus' magical properties include love, divination, and freedom."
—Dr. Krystal Couture, Homeopath + Plant Whisperer @drkrystalcouture