Rosehips are berries that grown on wild rose bushes in the North America. These red berries start to appear in September and can be harvested after the first frost. Interestingly enough, they are also high in Vitamin C. Hibiscus has several different species that grow throughout the entire world and has been used as a cold and hot beverage for hundreds of years. Some say hibiscus has a little bit of a sour taste, but is delicious when mixed with rosehips. Hibiscus, another plant high in Vitamin C also contains bioflavonoids which could help reduce blood pressure and the buildup of plaque in the arties. 10 teabags per order.
- Rosehips (foraged in Northern New Jersey)
- Organic Hibiscus Flowers
Steep tea bags with hot water for 3-5 min. Remove tea bag and enjoy!