When his thing won't get up...
Hello everyone, I hope you are well on this beautiful summer day! Here, everything is fine, with this beautiful sun and its recharged batteries. During the summer, I usually spend my mornings preparing a drink that you have already tasted (otherwise, it's an emergency, you do not know what you're missing ...). Its name? bissap or hibiscus juice.
As you may know, my mother is of Senegalese origin and bissap is our national orange juice. Served at all parties and ceremonies or prepared in a hurry when guests arrive unexpectedly. The bissap is an infusion of dried hibiscus flowers, known for their red color. It is also called wolof bissap bou xonx (red bissap), not to be confused with the white bissap made of sorrel and serves as vegetables in many Senegalese dishes.
The bissap is a great ally for erection problems.
Although sexual dysfunction can affect men of all ages, it usually increases as one gets older. Mental and emotional reasons such as stress, worry, depression and anxiety can be one of the reasons men can be affected, along with diabetes, heart disease, obesity or high blood pressure. By improving blood circulation, Hibiscus helps to bring more blood circulation to the penis, allowing easier and firmer erection.
Wash with lukewarm water a handful of bissap leaves in a colander.
Put the leaves in a saucepan filled with cold water and leave for 2 minutes. Remove the white leaves and stems. Empty the saucepan by retaining only the right leaves.
Fill a saucepan with 2 liters of water, boil 20 minutes until the infusion is red burgundy. Let cool.
When the infusion is still lukewarm, filter then store the juice in a carafe.
Add a sage of vanilla sugar.Sugar it as you like.
Add 2 cs of orange blossom water
Dilute by adding water if the mixture is too concentrated (this is the case when it is too sour or even sour).
Add fresh washed mint leaves to the pitcher. Allow to cool in the refrigerator.