Hibiscus Flower Tea
Enjoying the benefits of dried hibiscus flower is super easy... all you need is some water, perhaps a jug or teapot, and hibiscus! This stuff tastes great, sweetened or unsweetened. It can be made into soda, hot tea, iced tea, or it can be made into a simple syrup to flavor other things- endless possibilities from this simple ingredient.
Hot tip: add ionic minerals and fulvic acid into whatever you end up creating with dried hibiscus because the tartness of the hibiscus helps to mask funky flavors.
- Very high in Vitamin C
- Natural diuretic
- Doesn't need to be sweetened; has a mild tangy flavor
- Can be enjoyed hot or cold
Our favorite hibiscus tea recipe:
- ½ gallon pure water
- 2 Tbsp. of Hibiscus Flowers
- 15-20 drops of Ionic Magnesium
- 2 Tbsp. of Living Silica
- 2-3 drops of Fulvic Minerals
- 1-2 Tbsp. of Chia Seeds (optional)
- Agave Syrup to taste (optional)
- Add water and to a ½ gallon mason jar.
- Sprinkle the 2 tbsp of Hibiscus Flowers onto the top of the water and let sit for about 4 hours.
- Does not need to be refrigerated at this point.
- Strain the flowers out and add desired ingredients, put the Hibiscus tea in the refrigerator.
- Each time you pour some tea from the jar, you can add 1-2 tbsp of Chia Seeds to your glass if you wish.
Size: 8 oz
Nut Allergy Warning: May be intercropped with peanuts. May contain peanuts or shell fragments.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any disease.