Succulantly Spiritual Healing Hibiscus Tea "A self-love journey"

Succulantly Spiritual Healing Hibiscus Tea "A self-love journey"

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Well, I made it through 4 years without getting sick but yesterday my throat was feeling off, my body temperature was increasing & I was coughing up phlegm!! Ugh


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I remembered I was formed from the soil of the ground therefore I'm one with the Earth!! This is huge because that means my body is much like a plant requiring the same things to sustain life, depending on the same "Mother Earth."

With that being acknowledged the hibiscus flower native to China speaks healing chemistry into our cells.

This plant finds the source of fevers, coughs, sore throats, inflammation, & so much more!

Once it finds the source it kills it which is why today I'm feeling sexy as wine.

That was really fast & it only took two 6 oz. cups of tonic tea!!!

Add some Manuka honey & enjoy!

Manuka honey health benefits:

  • Aids in Wound Healing
  • Promotes Oral Health
  • Soothe a Sore Throat
  • Help Prevent Gastric Ulcers
  • Improve Digestive Symptoms
  • May Treat Symptoms of Cystic Fibrosis
  • Treats Severe Acne

Hibiscus Tea Flowers 

  • The hibiscus plant is rich in antioxidants such as beta-carotene, vitamin C, and anthocyanin
  • Fights inflammation
  • Lowers blood pressure
  • Lowers cholesterol
  • Helps reduce cortisol levels reversing mental health symptoms
  • Promotes weight loss
  • Fights bacteria
  • Supports liver health

Hibiscus Tonic Tea Recipe:

Hibiscus tonic tea is a refreshing and healthy drink that can help you boost your immunity, lower your blood pressure, and hydrate your body. It is made with dried or fresh hibiscus flowers, water, and optional sweeteners and flavorings. Here is a simple recipe for making hibiscus tonic tea:

  • Place 1/4 cup dried hibiscus flowers in a quart-size Mason jar or pitcher. Pour in 4 cups of filtered water and stir.
  • Chill in the refrigerator until the tea is bright red, at least 20 minutes. Let chill over night for a stronger tonic tea.
  • Strain the mixture into a pitcher to remove the hibiscus petals. Serve this tea in glasses filled with ice. If you like, stir in a sweetener such as honey, agave, or maple syrup to taste. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and raspberries.

You can also make your hibiscus tonic tea by adding lemon juice, ginger, basil, lemongrass, or spices. You can also make it fizzy by topping it off with sparkling water.

Hibiscus tea is delicious hot or cold, so you can enjoy it any time of the day!

Purchase Hibiscus powder for your smoothie prescriptions and flowers for your tonic tea you'll be preparing on your self-love internal healing journey.

Take your self-love journey today ladies...

shamara daniels natural health consultant for women
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