Hibiscus spp. sabdariffa; H. Rosanensis
Other Names: Kharkady (Arabic) Graxa, Gumaela, Shoeflower, Tulipan
Powers: Love, Lust, Divination
Magickal Uses: Brew the red hibiscus flowers into a strong red tea that is drunk for its lust-inducing capabilities.
Common Magickal Uses and Folklore
It's used in relaxation, joy, encouraging feelings of freedom and independence, and the fact that it works as a magickal bat phone makes it a great addition to any magick to do with depression and mental health. Using Hibiscus Powder in a tea blend is a common practice to benefit from its relaxation properties.
It is associated with freedom, harmony, relaxation, independence, passion, romance, sexual desire, swift assistance, and activation.
It is helpful when there's an inability to connect with female sexuality, a lack of warmth and vitality. This essence unblocks all the chakras, allowing women to reclaim their sexuality with authenticity, allowingintegration of soul warmth and bodily passion, so we feel passionate and excited about life.
Hibiscus Powder can be used in teas for medicinal benefits, as is common with plants it contains antioxidants. Hibiscus Powder has a list of possible medicinal uses that include: preventing fluid retention, irritation of the stomach, could aid in digestion, and boost the immune system. It is recommended that consultation with a personal doctor is sought before using any herbs for medicinal purposes.
Hibiscus Flower is considered to be the flower of the Hindu Goddess Kali, this makes Hibiscus Flower or Hibiscus Powder a perfect addition to altars or rituals involving Kali. In Tahiti and Hawaii Hibiscus can be used to show the relationship status of women. Ayurvedic medicine uses Hibiscus regularly.
The message of this flower is: My cup fills up with love, bringing joy and laughter to the soul.
Hibiscus opens us to a broader, less limiting perspective of both our personal and global world.
Medicinal usees of Hibiscus Powder include lowering blood pressure and boosting liver health.