Characterization of the extract of calyces of Roselle as a source of “Sobo” drink in Nigeria

A plant of the family Malvaceae used all over the world as a pleasant, caffein- free drink to replace tea and coffee, Roselle is the Eritrean denomination of Hibiscus sabdariffa L. Nowadays, this shrub of Jamaican origin (sabdariffa is the local West Indies name) is grown in all tropical countries, including Nigeria, where the following study has been carried out by prof. I.A. Amoo, from Nigeria…

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