Did you Know
Publié le 2016-04-28 | Le Nouvelliste
The Hibiscus or “choeblack” (in Haitian Kreyol) is the unofficial national flower of Haiti. It is native to warm-tempered regions of the world, such as Haiti. The choeblack is used instead of stars to rate hospitality lodges. And it is also used as part of the ministry of tourism slogan.
In addition, the beautiful the hibiscus also has various medicinal and culinary uses that have become common in the country. It aids with treating inflammation, diaherra, and hematomas. It is also antibacterial, antispasmodic, and anti-hypertensive by nature. Many cocktails and teas commonly served in Haiti include the “choeblack” in their recipes.
By Rachele Viard