Using these quarantine times to try new recipes. Always natural and cheap of course. Easy and fast to do; Check them out and Don’t hesitate to come back to me if you have any question or idea of recipe we could exchange. I’d love that
- 1 tsp green tea (any, but whole leaf is best)
- ½ tsp spearmint
- 1 tsp hibiscus flower
- ½ tsp chamomile flowers
- 2 wheels lemon
- 1 tsp coconut oil
- 3 cups hot, not boiling water
- Lemon juice
- Sugar or honey
Combine first 5 ingredients in teapot and cover with hot, not boiling water. (Boil water in kettle, then let sit for a few seconds to cool slightly.) Add coconut oil and serve hot with lemon juice and sugar or honey to taste. Stevia is also a good alternative for this drink.
Good for glowing skin and a boost for hair health. Chamomile also provides a light calming effect.
**As always be sure to do your research before trying a new herb.**
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- 2 tsp Lady Grey or Earl Grey tea.
- Pinch rose petals
- Pinch lavender
- Pinch jasmine
- Pinch hibiscus
- Pinch passionflower
- Pinch cornflower
- 3 cups boiling water
- Honey to taste
Combine tea and flower petals in a teapot and add boiling water. Steep for 2-4 minutes, per your preference. Strain and serve hot or iced, with honey to taste.
**Please research herbs before consuming. Certain herbs can interact with medications. As always, exercise caution when trying new herbs.**
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