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Dried Lemon Black

Black lemons are actually dried limes, and owe their misnomer to English translation from Arabic. They're used in the Middle East as a souring agent in chutneys, soups and stews, and even ground into flatbreads. The powder made from black lemons has a sweet-tart flavor that is unique and has no substitute. Try it in your next stew or soup: simply pierce them with a paring knife, then add to your dish - the cooking will take care of the rest!

Dried Lemon Yellow

These whole dried yellow lemons are in fact dried limes. That is why they are also known as 'limu'. In the Middle East, the fruits dry completely naturally on the tree under the influence of the sun. During the drying process, the skin of the limu colours light brown. The core of the dried yellow lemon turns dark brown. Our dried yellow lemons are 100% natural and free of additives. Dried yellow lemons are an indispensable ingredient in Iraqi and Iranian cuisines. They give flavour to traditional preparations such as tagine and other stews.


Hibiscus is a genus of flowering plants in the mallow family, Malvaceae. The genus is quite large, comprising several hundred species that are native to warm temperate, subtropical and tropical regions throughout the world. Member species are renowned for their large, showy flowers and those species are commonly known simply as "hibiscus", or less widely known as rose mallow. Other names include hardy hibiscus, rose of sharon, and tropical hibiscus.

Rose bud

Dried rose buds are the small buds from the renowned rose flower plant. The infusion of Rose bud tea has been prescribed as part of Chinese medicine for more than 5,000 years. Rosebud offers many recorded health benefits, including easing depression, soothing the nerves, benefiting circulation and reducing indigestion. Rosebud tea is considered exceptional for women to consume. Often called “the lady's tea”, rosebud tea”, rosebud tea has remarkable health benefits for women. Roses provide an excellent natural treatment for PMS syndrome and menstrual cramps. It reduces breast tenderness and even balances endocrine disorders. It stabilises emotional ups and downs and balanced the mind. Rosebuds are very rich in Vitamin C, a vitamin essential for the immune system, healthy skin and bones and the absorption of iron from the system. Additionally, they are high in other antioxidants, named catechin polyphenols, that help the body from free-radical damage, which can lead to cancer. The catechin polyphenols present in rosebuds help in eliminating cancerous cells without harming any healthy cells. The vitamin C and antioxidants also help in offering a radiating complexion. The y can reduce aging, remove dark spots and increase pore stability, which means less clogging and PH level issues. Rosebud tea also naturally contains caffeine, although quite less amounts than coffee. A cup of rosebud tea offers anywhere from 30 to 60 mg of caffeine, while a traditional cup of coffee contains more than 100 mg of caffeine. Caffeine gives a boost of energy while stimulating the central nervous system. It also boosts the body's metabolism