Roselle Roselle is native from India to Malaysia, where it is commonly cultivated. It has been widely distributed in the Tropics and Subtropics of both hemispheres, and in many areas of the West Indies and Central America. Roselle is attracting the attention of food and beverage manufacturers and pharmaceutical concerns who use it as a natural food product and as a colorant to replace some synthetic dyes. Nutritionists have found roselle calyces to be high in calcium, niacin, riboflavin and iron. The health benefits of roselle includes : Provides high level of antioxidants Lowering blood pressure Helps to relieve coughs Promoting metabolism Mason Original Roselle Tea : No preservatives, no colouring, no additives. Ingredients : Roselle powder, brown sugar. Packaging : 10g x 10 sachets per box. Dosage : Mix 100ml of hot water over the roselle tea powder in a cup. Stir and serve. Consume 1 to 2 times a day.