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Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe - Trust Based Organics
Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe - Trust Based Organics
Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe
Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe
Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe
Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder - Monks Bouffe
₹149.00₹149.00

This indigenous powder, is a way of life.

A refreshing herbal tea option, a cooling summer drink and a fun twist to your mocktails or cocktails.

 

Roselle or ambadi as it’s known in some parts of India is an eye catching indigenous plant which our ancestors used from times immemorial to refresh themselves from the harsh summer heat or to welcome guests who’d have travelled long before arriving at their destination.

 

Consuming this handcrafted, shade-fried roselle petals powder is a way to respect our local foods, our soil and to support the farmers who carry forward our rich heritage.

 

Roselle is a wild variety of hibiscus which grows in tropical climates of the Caribbean islands, Africa and India. Apart from a distinct refreshing taste it is :

  • High in Vitamin C
  • High in Antioxidants
  • Cooling to the Body

 

A perfect drink after a workout or a long physical day. 

 

We've tried a few different varieties of sherbets, cocktails and mocktails while also savouring it with butter milk at times.

 

Ingredients: Shade-dried Roselle petals powder

 

Best before 12 months from date of manufacturing

 

Precaution–Roselle generally does not have any side effects but over consumption should be avoided.

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  • Safe Food Option
  • Fair Share to the Farmers
100g250g500g1Kg
100g250g500g1Kg

Grown in Vidharbha (Maharashtra)

HYGIENICALLY HAND PLUCKED

NATURALLY COOLING

Sourced from the Oasis of Organic - Anant Bhoyar's Farm!

As the sun mercilessly beats down, its rays scorch a land where farmers face a drought of options on both a factual and environmental level — the Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra. This land has not only seen the deaths of countless helpless farmers, but, at the same time, has witnessed the birth of Anant Bhoyar's farm, an organic oasis in the midst of a drought-prone area. Widely recognised as the “Organic Saviour”, Anant Ji, has been practising organic farming for more than 15 years now. He made the transition to organic farming after noticing a significant decrease in his costs of production as well as an improvement in the yield's overall quality. Roselle is procured by Monks Bouffe from this very organic oasis, which is not a mirage in any way!

For your Health, Beauty & Wellness

This bright red-hued roselle powder is known to stimulate appetite when consumed as a hot herbal tea or as hibiscus iced tea. It is also known to aid digestion when consumed during or after meals, which can be accomplished by adding it to curries to add a sour, tart flavour or dusting the powder over salads to lend a sour, tart flavour. This organic Roselle Powder can be sprinkled on your favorite salad, or added them to your evening drink (yes, even alcoholic ones!) You can get creative with how you use it.


It is common for people to confuse them with the actual blooms; however, they are actually the fleshy, trumpet-shaped, deep maroon fruits that develop after the hibiscus flowers have bloomed. (instagram reference) 

Hand-Made Solar Dryer Designed by Anant Bhoyar!

Anant ji's belief is that farming isn't only about planting seeds and reaping the crop; it's also about experimenting and innovating along the way. Similarly, when it comes to our Organic Roselle Petals, his drying process gives this product the upper hand here.


Anant Bhai's petals are delicately arranged in the compartments of the Hand - Made Solar Dryer. This dryer not only prevents the natural colour of the petals from being faded by ultraviolet rays, which in turn helps to retain the natural color and flavor, but it also prevents dust particles and other pollutants from settling on the bloom.


Apart from that, using the solar dryer reduces the required time by 75% as compared to when it is dried in open air directly beneath the fury of the sun!

Sourced from the Oasis of Organic - Anant Bhoyar's Farm!

As the sun mercilessly beats down, its rays scorch a land where farmers face a drought of options on both a factual and environmental level — the Vidarbha Region of Maharashtra. This land has not only seen the deaths of countless helpless farmers, but, at the same time, has witnessed the birth of Anant Bhoyar's farm, an organic oasis in the midst of a drought-prone area. Widely recognised as the “Organic Saviour”, Anant Ji, has been practising organic farming for more than 15 years now. He made the transition to organic farming after noticing a significant decrease in his costs of production as well as an improvement in the yield's overall quality. Roselle is procured by Monks Bouffe from this very organic oasis, which is not a mirage in any way!

For your Health, Beauty & Wellness

This bright red-hued roselle powder is known to stimulate appetite when consumed as a hot herbal tea or as hibiscus iced tea. It is also known to aid digestion when consumed during or after meals, which can be accomplished by adding it to curries to add a sour, tart flavour or dusting the powder over salads to lend a sour, tart flavour. This organic Roselle Powder can be sprinkled on your favorite salad, or added them to your evening drink (yes, even alcoholic ones!) You can get creative with how you use it.


It is common for people to confuse them with the actual blooms; however, they are actually the fleshy, trumpet-shaped, deep maroon fruits that develop after the hibiscus flowers have bloomed. 

Hand-Made Solar Dryer Designed by Anant Bhoyar!

Anant ji's belief is that farming isn't only about planting seeds and reaping the crop; it's also about experimenting and innovating along the way. Similarly, when it comes to our Organic Roselle Petals, his drying process gives this product the upper hand here.


Anant Bhai's petals are delicately arranged in the compartments of the Hand - Made Solar Dryer. This dryer not only prevents the natural colour of the petals from being faded by ultraviolet rays, which in turn helps to retain the natural color and flavor, but it also prevents dust particles and other pollutants from settling on the bloom.


Apart from that, using the solar dryer reduces the required time by 75% as compared to when it is dried in open air directly beneath the fury of the sun!

Creativity with Monks Bouffe Refreshing Roselle Wild Hibiscus Powder

What customers are creating


Traditional Processing of 

Roselle Powder


6 Key Benefits Of Roselle Powder

For a healthy body and healthy mind

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Ways To Use Roselle Powder 

Monks Bouffe Knowledge Guide

•  Consuming 100 grams of Roselle Powder offers the following:
 - 1.48 mg of Iron
 - 12 mg of Vitamin C
 - 215 mg of Calcium

•  Also a Rich Source of Vitamin A, Vitamin B1, B2 and B3

History can be Fun to Know

• Hibiscus, which is frequently classified as a tropical plant, is thought to have originated in Southeast Asia, specifically India and Malaysia. Because it was so well-liked in Malaysia, they chose to make it their national flower and dubbed it "The Queen of the Tropical Flowers." It is commonly used in artistic depictions of the Hindu goddess Kali because it was Kali's favourite flower and it appears frequently in such depictions. Since ancient times, the plant known as hibiscus has been employed in the practise of Ayurvedic medicine in India to treat a wide range of ailments, including thinning hair, head lice, sore throats, hypertension, and high blood pressure.

Fun Facts
•In West Africa, drinks made with Roselle are known as "Bissap". The crimson beverage is a staple of daily life in Senegal and is considered the country's national drink. Typically, roselle calyces (sepals) are soaked in sugary hot water to make Bissap. Depending on the time of year and the celebratory mood, the drink may also be spiked with a variety of other spices including orange peels, ginger, cinnamon, or cloves, and various types of alcohol.

•The roselle (red hibiscus) flower is widely held to have the potential to arouse sexual desire and facilitate romantic unions. Hawaiian women's availability is signalled with a single hibiscus flower pinched behind the right ear. In contrast, Roselle tea is considered a taboo for Egyptian women because of the prevalent perception that it induces lust and acts as an aphrodisiac.

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