{"id":1010595561587,"title":"Hibiscus Flower Tea - Bulk Organic - 4 oz","handle":"hibiscus-flower-tea-bulk-organic-4-oz","description":"Please note texture and colors will vary depending on the processing and time of year\nAll of our loose teas come with a free reusable muslin tea bag. Try a cup of true organic Hibiscus Flower tea today! Flavor with honey, lemon, cinnamon, or your favorite flavor! The healthiest way to enjoy one of the most beneficial teas you can make! Forget about those stale supermaket tea bags, make the freshest and healthiest tea today!\n\n\n\nHibiscus flowers are high in Vitamin C. A strong tea made from hibiscus flowers can be used as a laxative, has detox enhancing properties, can help soothe menstrual cramps, and has benefits for blood pressure. In Cuba the leaves of the hibiscus bush are used to brew a drink for calming the nerves. \n\nHibiscus Tea Recipe\n\nPink Hibiscus Spritzer \n\n- 2 cups of pure water\n- 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals (buy either of these from Latino Markets, or a reputable herb seller)\n- 1\/2 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste\n- 2 cups sodium free seltzer water or club soda\n\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste. The blend should be on the sweeter side since you’ll be diluting it with the bubbly water. Let tea cool to room temperature, or chill it if you like.\n\nFill 4 glasses halfway with cooled hibiscus tea. Add equal amount of bubbly water and enjoy! \n\nOr try serving over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. \n\nHibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold water, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without ever heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result.\n\nMakes about 4 servings \n\n Sweet-Tart Hibiscus Tea\n- 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water\n- 3-4 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals.\n- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice or raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar (optional)\n- 1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste.\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers (not longer steeping time), as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas. Strain the tea into a pitcher, then\nadd the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract\ndrops to taste.\n\nServe over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. \n\nHibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold\nwater, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without\never heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result.\n\nMakes about 4 servings\n\nCinnamon Hibiscus Tea with Lemon\n\n- 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water\n- 2 cinnamon sticks (or 1 teaspoon cinnamon bark chips)\n- 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals \n-1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste\n- juice of one small lemon\n\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the lemon juice and stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste.\n\nServe over ice, and garnish with a lemon slice if you like. \n\nMakes about 4 servings\n","published_at":"2018-06-18T12:24:20-04:00","created_at":"2018-06-18T12:24:20-04:00","vendor":"vendor-unknown","type":"All","tags":[],"price":699,"price_min":699,"price_max":699,"available":true,"price_varies":false,"compare_at_price":null,"compare_at_price_min":0,"compare_at_price_max":0,"compare_at_price_varies":false,"variants":[{"id":10708735852659,"title":"Default Title","option1":"Default Title","option2":null,"option3":null,"sku":"696","requires_shipping":true,"taxable":false,"featured_image":null,"available":true,"name":"Hibiscus Flower Tea - Bulk Organic - 4 oz","public_title":null,"options":["Default Title"],"price":699,"weight":136,"compare_at_price":null,"inventory_management":"shopify","barcode":""}],"images":["\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/0057\/2617\/5347\/products\/7494b049355e4d154e33bb5cac3bdc4a_6db20cda-5a85-4ee1-8b88-31008e3d7d92.jpg?v=1529339060"],"featured_image":"\/\/cdn.shopify.com\/s\/files\/1\/0057\/2617\/5347\/products\/7494b049355e4d154e33bb5cac3bdc4a_6db20cda-5a85-4ee1-8b88-31008e3d7d92.jpg?v=1529339060","options":["Title"],"content":"Please note texture and colors will vary depending on the processing and time of year\nAll of our loose teas come with a free reusable muslin tea bag. Try a cup of true organic Hibiscus Flower tea today! Flavor with honey, lemon, cinnamon, or your favorite flavor! The healthiest way to enjoy one of the most beneficial teas you can make! Forget about those stale supermaket tea bags, make the freshest and healthiest tea today!\n\n\n\nHibiscus flowers are high in Vitamin C. A strong tea made from hibiscus flowers can be used as a laxative, has detox enhancing properties, can help soothe menstrual cramps, and has benefits for blood pressure. In Cuba the leaves of the hibiscus bush are used to brew a drink for calming the nerves. \n\nHibiscus Tea Recipe\n\nPink Hibiscus Spritzer \n\n- 2 cups of pure water\n- 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals (buy either of these from Latino Markets, or a reputable herb seller)\n- 1\/2 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste\n- 2 cups sodium free seltzer water or club soda\n\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste. The blend should be on the sweeter side since you’ll be diluting it with the bubbly water. Let tea cool to room temperature, or chill it if you like.\n\nFill 4 glasses halfway with cooled hibiscus tea. Add equal amount of bubbly water and enjoy! \n\nOr try serving over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. \n\nHibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold water, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without ever heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result.\n\nMakes about 4 servings \n\n Sweet-Tart Hibiscus Tea\n- 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water\n- 3-4 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals.\n- 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice or raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar (optional)\n- 1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste.\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers (not longer steeping time), as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas. Strain the tea into a pitcher, then\nadd the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract\ndrops to taste.\n\nServe over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. \n\nHibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold\nwater, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without\never heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result.\n\nMakes about 4 servings\n\nCinnamon Hibiscus Tea with Lemon\n\n- 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water\n- 2 cinnamon sticks (or 1 teaspoon cinnamon bark chips)\n- 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals \n-1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste\n- juice of one small lemon\n\n\nBring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the lemon juice and stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste.\n\nServe over ice, and garnish with a lemon slice if you like. \n\nMakes about 4 servings\n"}

Hibiscus Flower Tea - Bulk Organic - 4 oz

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Please note texture and colors will vary depending on the processing and time of year All of our loose teas come with a free reusable muslin tea bag. Try a cup of true organic Hibiscus Flower tea today! Flavor with honey, lemon, cinnamon, or your favorite flavor! The healthiest way to enjoy one of the most beneficial teas you can make! Forget about those stale supermaket tea bags, make the freshest and healthiest tea today! Hibiscus flowers are high in Vitamin C. A strong tea made from hibiscus flowers can be used as a laxative, has detox enhancing properties, can help soothe menstrual cramps, and has benefits for blood pressure. In Cuba the leaves of the hibiscus bush are used to brew a drink for calming the nerves. Hibiscus Tea Recipe Pink Hibiscus Spritzer - 2 cups of pure water - 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals (buy either of these from Latino Markets, or a reputable herb seller) - 1/2 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste - 2 cups sodium free seltzer water or club soda Bring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste. The blend should be on the sweeter side since you’ll be diluting it with the bubbly water. Let tea cool to room temperature, or chill it if you like. Fill 4 glasses halfway with cooled hibiscus tea. Add equal amount of bubbly water and enjoy! Or try serving over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. Hibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold water, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without ever heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result. Makes about 4 servings Sweet-Tart Hibiscus Tea - 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water - 3-4 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals. - 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice or raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar (optional) - 1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste. Bring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers (not longer steeping time), as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas. Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste. Serve over ice, and garnish with fresh mint or sliced limes. Hibiscus flowers make great sun tea! Or you can actually make hibiscus tea just by steeping the flowers in unheated water for two days. Soak the flowers in cold water, then simply strain the liquid after 48 hours without ever heating it. You’ll end up with a nice result. Makes about 4 servings Cinnamon Hibiscus Tea with Lemon - 1 quart (4 cups) of pure water - 2 cinnamon sticks (or 1 teaspoon cinnamon bark chips) - 2 tablespoons bulk dried flower petals -1 cup strong brewed stevia tea, or liquid stevia extract drops to taste - juice of one small lemon Bring water to a light boil, then turn off heat and add the hibiscus flowers. Cover the pot and allow flowers to steep for 15-20 minutes, but no longer. (If you want a stronger flavor, use more flowers, as longer steeping times may bring out a bitter flavor, as with many herbs and teas.) Strain the tea into a pitcher, then add the lemon juice and stevia tea or stevia liquid extract drops to taste. Serve over ice, and garnish with a lemon slice if you like. Makes about 4 servings