Hibiscus Sun Tea

Hibiscus Sun Tea. 

My 4 year old daughters favorite color is pink. She'll try anything pink. I get her to eat healthy by offering pink veggies and fruits. I've recently found I can get her to hydrate by offering pink tea.

We make pink sun tea with Hibiscus. Hibiscus is what gives red zinger it's zingy red color. But Hibiscus isn't just pretty, it's packed with phytonutrients, antioxidants like vitamin C, as well as age reversing and youth retaining collagen producing AHAs (alpha-hydroxy-acids)  Hibiscus is hydrating and cooling, the perfect drink for a hot summer day.

Make your own sun tea!

Hibiscus sun tea

Ingredients

1 teaspoon dried hibiscus (get some here)

1 quart spring water

1 Quart glass jar with lid

All the joy!!

 

Method;

Place all ingredients in a clear glass jar with lid.

Set outside in the sun for a day.

Strain, drink!!

Add a pinch of sweetener or berries, fresh or frozen to help it go down smoother.

Hibiscus sun tea by Moon Magic


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