Ruby Fruit ‘Super’ Tea Recipe

Time for Tea ~ A nourishing favourite: Ruby Fruit ‘Super’ Tea Recipe for you!

It’s in ‘between’ at the moment.. Winter and Spring are having a tug-of-war, one day  teasing us with a sunny day filled with birds singing and a hint of warmer days on the horizon, and the next day .. today.. back to brrr… and freezing temps. There’s another round of colds + flu everywhere I look.  Also, everyone is really really tired… and weary.. from the Winter from hell.

What to do? Well, while a nourishing herbal tea won’t make Spring arrive faster, it’s warming and will bring a smile to your face. If you are already enjoying warmer weather or perhaps living in a hot climate, this tea is delicious served piping hot or over ice! It’s a long time favourite of mine and it’s beautiful too!

Ruby Fruit Super Tea It’s EASY to make:

1 part Hibiscus flowers
1 part Rose Hips
1 part Oats (milky oat tops are best!)
1/2 part Orange peel (dried)

Typically, I combine these ingredients together in a small batch and store in a glass ‘canning’ jar so that it’s SUPER easy to make this tea at any time! Try using 1 cup for 1 part and store in a glass jar.  Use organic sources whenever possible ~ better for YOU!

HIBISCUS Flowers ^^
Known to lower blood pressure as effectively as some standard hypertension drugs
* Rich in Vitamin C
* High in anti-oxidants
* Helps with lowering cholesterol levels
* Known anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial + diuretic

*Known to strengthen the immune system
*Can stimulate circulation
*Helps to maintain a healthy digestion
* Can reduce inflammation which helps to lower chronic disease risk (e.g. prevent heart disease!)
*Anti-aging as it heals tissues and cells. It also tones organs and regenerates cells
*Calming effect, prevents stress and also acts as an anti-depressant

Milky OATS (aka Milky Oat tops) Avena Sativa
* Excellent nervous system support herb
* Tonic supportive tea to help with ‘frayed’ nerves
* Calming and soothing for the entire nervous system


*High in Vitamin C
* Immune Boosting
* Helps to lower cholesterol
* Contains anti-cancer compounds
* Offers natural relief from heartburn


This is truly one of my all-time favourite herbal tea blends! Hope you enjoy it!

^^Find  hibiscus growing advice here.

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