Nigerians are familiar with the Zobo drink. The beverage is made from roselle or sorrel leaves that have been dried (Hibiscus Sabdariffa).
This nicely tasty red drink is popular for both everyday use and as a party refresher.
In English, zobo is commonly referred to as hibiscus. It’s also known as roselle, sorrel, red sorrel, Jamaican sorrel, sour tea, and other names depending on where you are in the world.
In certain African nations, it’s also known as bisap or sobolo.
Zobo is heart-healthy and can aid in weight loss. It’s a really nutritious beverage.
Drinking Zobo also benefits the digestive system, prevents early aging, improves liver function, and is said to treat hypertension syndrome.
Zobo drink aids ovulation and boosts a woman’s chances of becoming pregnant.
Zobo accomplishes this by assisting in the stimulation of the ovary’s discharge of an egg for fertilization.
It’s even been suggested that zobo improves fertility by boosting a woman’s likelihood of having twins.
However, according to an online doctor – subpharmacist, zobo drink is not good for pregnant women because it can affect the baby’s birthweight, which can be dangerous.
Always choose natural/plain unsweetened zobo if you want to reap the full benefits, the Doctor said.
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