How to Make Wild Berry Hibiscus Tea Perfect Every Time

Wild berry and hibiscus tea is a great way to get your daily dose of antioxidants.

The combination of these two ingredients can help lower blood pressure, reduce cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and even lessen the effects of blood sugar fluctuations.

Wild berry & Hibiscus tea You can find wild berries and hibiscus tea in many different forms.

These two plants are such a great pairing that you’ll often find them combined into one smoothie or infused into a cup of hot tea! Here’s how to make both.

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What you need

You’ll need to find a reliable source of organic wild berries and hibiscus tea. It’s also a good idea to purchase local berries and flowers, as they tend to be more consistent in terms of flavor and quality than those sold in a grocery store.

You can also try growing your berries and flowers in your garden. To make you’ll need the following items:

  • Wild berry or fruit
  • Hibiscus flower
  • Hot water
  • Sugar
  • Spices
  • Glass bottle or jar

Hibiscus flower

  • You’ll need to purchase a ripe, fragrant, and healthy hibiscus flower.
  • You can either purchase a fresh hibiscus flower online or pick one in your area.
  • Once you have the flower, you’ll need to rinse it thoroughly to remove any dirt or extra water from the inside.
  • Next, you’ll need to tie a knot in the stem of the flower.
  • Once you have the stem attached to the flower, cut off the bottom half of the flower.
  • You should then use a knife or scissors to remove the thorns.
  • Finally, you’ll need to remove the sepals (outer leaves) from the flower.

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How to make organic wild berry and hibiscus tea

After you remove the stem, you’ll need to place it in the glass bottle or jar.

You can either use a tea infuser or place the bottle or jar of tea in the refrigerator to chill the ingredients.

Once you have the ingredients chilled, you’re ready to either brew the wild berry and hibiscus tea or store it in the refrigerator until you’re ready to make it.

have the ingredients for wild berry and hibiscus tea stored in the refrigerator, you can either wait until you’re ready to make the tea or make a smaller batch and store it in the refrigerator for later use.

Once you’re ready to make the tea, you can either brew it in a glass bottle or jar or store it in the refrigerator for later use.

You can also mix the ingredients in a cup of hot water and enjoy a calming and antioxidant-rich cup of tea.

How to keep your wild berry/hibiscus tea from going brown?

There are a couple of things you can do to prevent your wild berry and hibiscus tea from going brown.

The first thing is to make sure you are purchasing high-quality tea.

You can easily tell the difference between a high-quality wild berry and hibiscus tea by the flavor and consistency of the flavor when you purchase the latter.

Avoid buying low-quality berries and flowers because they will likely have a sweeter taste and will leave your wild berry and hibiscus tea less potent.

Another thing you can do to prevent your wild berry and Hibiscus tea from going brown is to store it in the refrigerator for only a short period.

Once you’ve brewed store it in an air-tight glass bottle or jar until you’re ready to use it.

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Wild berry and Hibiscus tea is a powerful antioxidant

The combination is not only rich in antioxidants but also aids in lowering cholesterol and triglyceride levels, protecting against heart disease and cancer.

Wild berry and Hibiscus tea
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Can organic wild berry and Hibiscus tea be consumed hot or cold?

Although you can enjoy your hot, you should typically drink it cold.

If you like to drink your Hibiscus tea hot, you’re likely experiencing an upset stomach and diarrhea.

It’s best to drink your cold to avoid these side effects.

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The combination is a powerful antioxidant and a good source of vitamin C.

It can help protect your body from both physical and emotional stress as well as lower your risk of developing cancer.

If you love to add antioxidants to your daily diet and want to boost your health, even more, you should seriously consider trying out this amazing pairing.

If you love you’re in luck because we’ve got the recipe for you.

Now all you have to do is make it at home and enjoy the benefits of this yin-yang duo.


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6 thoughts on “How to Make Wild Berry Hibiscus Tea Perfect Every Time”

  1. I never knew that the Wild Berry Tea had so much benefits as noted in this article. After reading this article I realize that each and every flavor has its own benefits to it.

    Instead of taking artificial medicines I so prefer these kind of natural remedies. And also the price for this is way cheaper than the artificial medicines.

    Thank you for sharing this article with us.It is really informative and I’m sure going to give it a try.

    • Hi Sujandar.

      Thank you for your kind comments. Just remember these are natural remedies and you can use them, but if any illness becomes chronic a MD should have the last call.


  2. There is some interesting mix in this list of wild berry tea. I’ve always been a conventional tea drinker, only opting for the common ones like jasmine or earl grey. Never ventured into fruity types of tea before, but after getting to know about their benefits, I may just give it a try. Which outlet would you recommend that I order from? Thanks.

    • Hi Kathy.

      You are not alone  when it comes to sticking to just a couple of types but with some many benefits and the access to information just one click away nowadays is easier to try other types of tea and enjoy different flavors and benefits. My recommendations will be to bookmark and get more information about the benefits of other teas that you can choose from and although this site is affiliated to many outlets as you can see in

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