Ginger Turmeric Hibiscus Tonic
A tart, refreshing tonic that will replenish you after a long workout or just before you head out the door! Enjoy thisÃ‚Â energizing blend of turmeric, ginger, hibiscus, and mint as itÃ‚Â releases powerful adaptogens and electrolytes to keep you going.
1 Tbsp. Hibiscus - Cut & Sifted
1 sprig fresh mint leaves
Sparkling water, for topping
STEEP Hibiscus - Cut & Sifted in 8 oz. of water, then set aside to cool.
ONCE cooled, add both teas into a blender with orange juice and mint.
BLEND until well combined and mint is finely chopped.
POUR into two glasses, top with sparkling water, and serve immediately.
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