Hibiscus Flower

Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa) is widely used in the Sudan and known locally as Karkade. It’s a cutting-edge natural product that grows in the shape of a flower and is known to lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol, and digestion. Dried hibiscus is traditionally consumed as a hot or cold beverage.

Hibiscus contains the following nutrients: calories, protein, fat, carbohydrate, fiber, and ascorbic acid. The chemicals in hibiscus flower promote hair growth, reduce dandruff, and darken the hair. This stem produces high-quality fiber that can be used to make clothing, nets, and paper.

Hibiscus Specifications

Moisture content                            12% max.

Color:                                                    Purple- Red

Extract content:                                41%min.

Protein content:                               5% max.

Ash & mineral salts:                        10% max

Impurities:                                          2% max

Vitamins C (as cerbicacid):            80—100mg/100gm.

Natural pigment:                              more than 1 1/2mg/100grms.

Reducing sugar:                                12%max.

Hibiscus (Dry flower) Fiber:         15%mini.

Total acids:                                          25-30%

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Hibiscus Flower Grades we Offer

  • Whole loose flower sepals: Removed flower petals.
  • Sifting (Nekhala): Mixture of complete flowers and petals.
  • Broken Hibiscus sepals: Broken down or grounded electrically and considered through primary processing.
  • Powder

Packing and Export

We pack hibiscus flower in 20 KG PP bags, 11.5 metric tons in 40 feet container and 5.5 tons in 20 feet container.

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