WHEN YOU SHOULD NOT TAKE HIBISCUS
What it is and what it is hibiscus used for?
Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) is a plant of the Malvaceae family.
These plants are well known in gardening for its large showy flowers, that have great ornamental value.
What are mucilages used for?
What are hibiscus contraindications?
Photography of hibiscus
Pregnancy and lactation: hibiscus has abortifacient properties and should not be used in pregnant women because it can cause abortion.
Preparations of hibiscus are not suited for infants.
Diabetes: mucilages and plant extract may influence glucose levels in blood and may cause hypoglycaemia. It is recommended that the treatment be supervised by a physician.
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