Rosebud Hibiscus Tea tastes awesome, but as with all herbal teas, there's more. These herbs can address depression, constipation, anxiety, insomnia and blood sugar issues. Dried roses and hibiscus provide immune boosting and a record-high dose of antioxidants.
Course Afternoon tea, Beverage
Keyword hibiscus, rose hip, tea
Prep Time 5minutes
Cook Time 10minutes
Total Time 15minutes
2Tablespoonsrose buds or petals
In a small saucepan, combine the 3 ingredients.
Bring the water to a simmer and turn off the heat, stirring briefly to saturate the buds.
Allow the tea to steep for 10 minutes.
Strain it, as the hibiscus blossoms can be bitter if steeped too long.
Sweeten and serve hot.
In warm weather, or as a thirst quencher, this also makes a great iced tea.