This delicious and warming Hibiscus Apple Tea is reminiscent of hot apple cider but with the added healing benefits and delicious flavor of hibiscus. This tea is fantastic as is or try mixing it up by adding a bag of raspberry leaf tea or ginger tea. No matter how you enjoy it, this tea will offer your body and soul comfort and healing benefits.
Hibiscus: The unique anthocyanin compound that gives hibiscus its red coloring helps rejuvenate the liver, bringing it back to life by cleaning mucus off cell membrane walls and improving the liver’s ability to perform its responsibilities. This herb is also a gallbladder rejuvenator—it cleans off gallbladder walls—and improves the liver’s personalized immune system.
Apples: Provide living water to support the liver’s hydration capabilities, so it can store the water and then release it back into the bloodstream when dehydration or dirty blood syndrome occurs. The fruit acids in apples help cleanse the liver by dispersing toxic films that build up inside its storage banks. Apples starve out bacteria, yeast, mold, other funguses, and viruses from the intestinal tract and liver. Great for dissolving gallstones.
Hibiscus Apple Tea
2 hibiscus tea bags
1 cup boiling water
1/2 cup unsweetened apple juice
1 cinnamon stick
Optional: add a raspberry leaf tea bag or ginger tea bag
Place the hibiscus tea bags in a heat-proof jug and pour the boiling water on top. Let it steep for 5 minutes, then remove the tea bag.
While the hibiscus tea is steeping, place the apple juice and cinnamon stick in a small saucepan and heat for 2-3 minutes, until warm, then remove the cinnamon stick. Pour in the hibiscus tea and stir all the ingredients together. Pour into mugs and serve.
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This item posted: 27-Mar-2019
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