Anti-Inflammatory Healing Tea

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This tea is made of 3 very powerful herbs Hibiscus, Lemon balm and Nettle Leaf. I love mixing teas into one, it's very healing and also instead of drinking 3 cups I can get the same benefits just in one cup.

Here are some of the benefits these herbs contain.

-Hibiscus flower contains a lot of antioxidants and polyphenols which work to protect the body against diseases and lower inflammation and it's excellent for boosting the immune system and fighting off infections.

-Lemon Balm on the other hand which is known as Melissa is an essential herb for calming the nerves, in particular, those involved with digestion.

-Nettle Leaf is a strong immune booster and also contains a potent anti-inflammatory agent. It is rich in chlorophyll and minerals such as iron, zinc, copper and magnesium.

Anti-inflammatory Healing Tea

Yield: 1-2
Cooking: 3 min
Total Time: 5-7 min


  • 2 cups water (500 ml)1 tsp loose lemon balm tea
  • 1 tsp loose nettle leaf
  • 1 tsp loose hibiscus flower
  • 1 tsp raw honey (optional)
  • lemon for garnish (optional)


  1. In the pot bring 2 cups of water to boil. Once boiling turn off the heat. Add 1 tsp of each herb, stir and then let it steep for 5 minutes.
  2. After 5 minutes strain the tea into a glass. Add honey and lemon once the tea it's cooled down.


  • You can definitely use tea bags if you can't fine loose tea.
  • Use raw honey in teas once it's cooled down so we don't loose the good source of antioxidants that the honey has to offer.
  • You can also infuse water with these herbs without boiling. Just add these herbs to 1 littler (4cups) jar of water room temperature and let it sit on the counter over night. Next day strain it and enjoy through out the day.
  • This recipe is part of 7 Anti-inflammatory drinks
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