HIBISCUS FLOWER (Very Fine Cut not whole flowers as in photo)
Folk Names: Graxa, Gumamela, Shoeflower, Tulipan
Powers: Lust, Love, Divination
Magical Uses: The red flowers are brewed into a strong red tea which is drunk for its lust-inducing powers. This drink is forbidden to women in Egypt for this very reason. The blossoms are used in love incense and sachets. They are placed in wreaths at wedding ceremonies.
The herb comes in a grip seal packet for freshness and contains approximately four tablespoons of herb.