Let’s talk Hibiscus Flower!

I had a not that good day, so I brew a cup of hibiscus tea to lift my mood. Then I decided to hop on here and share some red love with you!

I’ve always loved hibiscus tea, which is not the case for most people. It does have a tart and sweet taste, but if you don’t brew it properly it becomes sour. That’s why you’ll hear ‘Sour tea’ in some regions. 

If you’ve never played with this herb, start with a small amount and slowly build up from there. Adjust the taste until you find the one you prefer. Once you’re there, trust me, your hibiscus tea will become the new perspective of joy. Give it a chance 🙂

It’s also important that you find dry flowers that are not grained, just smashed enough. Don’t worry, you’ll know the difference.

Besides the great benefits it has for our physical body, I’d like to mention the magic this flower has for our mind. 

Do you know those days when everything seems kind of foggy? You’re restless and lack interest or motivation… Brew a cuppa of this red beverage and watch the magic happen! If the day doesn’t become better right away, brew another one. Because hibiscus contains compounds that are natural anti-depressants. 

Nobody likes those ‘down’ days but we all have them, of course. When they occur to me, I like to hide in the shadow of my corner 😀 Just leave me alone with my head! Then I listen to some music, pour a cup of tea, and slowly start to turn the lights on 🙂

This herb is strong! 

Therefore I must add a note here that pregnant women shouldn’t drink it at all. Even though most herbs are so beneficial to our bodies, pregnant women should never take any before consulting with their doctor. In pregnancy, the body and the mind react differently, so pay attention when it comes to teas, as well.

Hibiscus flower has cooling properties. If you pair it with mint leaf you’ll get a perfect beverage for those hot summer days. Add ice, that’s a must!

I still like it warm, even in summer, it still cools me down (and 80F for me is Hot!). 

Last winter I drank it with ginger mostly and a few drops of Black Rabbit Tea‘s Meggy syrup. Yummy! I still haven’t presented these syrups on the blog, but since they’ve been discovered, nobody around me uses any other tea sweetener anymore. Besides sweetness, they also bring a new aroma to the cuppa. So yes, I love them! And so does everybody who has tried it so far! (secret – there’s always a stash in my fridge!) 🙂

Enjoy your day lovely people! Enjoy your cup of Hibiscus Flower tea!

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