Wild Rose Hip Tea
Markus Mueller | Earth, Food, and Fire
A tart and slightly fruity tea made with foraged wild rose hips, this drink is excellent for use in combating colds and flus due to it's high Vitamin C content.
cup of Wild Rose Hip tea
fresh rose hips
heaping tablespoon dried crushed rose hips
fresh mint leaves
Forage for rose hips and process them as described in the post above.
Boil a pot of water.
Pour the hot water over the fresh or dried rose hips (and herbs if using).
Let the wild rose hip tea steep for 15 minutes covered.
Strain the tea through a fine mesh filter to remove the seeds and any pulp present.
Sweeten the tea with some honey if desired.
Time spent foraging for the rose hips is not reflected in the recipe! Only the amount of time required to steep! Use fresh or dried rose hips for your tea!
are rose hips edible?, what are the benefits of rose hip tea?
Wild Rose Hip Tea https://www.earthfoodandfire.com/wild-rose-hip-tea/ September 20, 2017