Updated: Apr 9
By Jenn Moonflower
This recipe is brought to us by Jenn Moonflower, a busy entrepreneur & active mother! Her knowledge of plant based medicine brought her to our shop and once we saw what she was able to create we had to give her a spot for recipes on our site. Her elixirs are not only filled with copious health benefits but also taste absolutely delicious!
Sun’s out, time to charge up and soak it in! ️ We charge our bodies & our plants in the sweet rays of Sunshine, so why not our herbal tea blends and medicine? Have you ever tried making Sun Tea? Although it is trendy these days, Sun Tea actually roots back to the 19th century.
2 litres of Water
2 Fresh Lemons, Sliced
2 Tbsp Marigold Petals
2 Tbsp Tuscany Orange Peel Powder
1 Tbsp Jasmine Blossoms
2 Tbsp Thai Basil (Tulsi)
2 Tbsp Atlas Mountain Mint
2 Tbsp Wildflower honey
Step 1 - Make the Tea
Put all ingredients into a clean glass vessel. Fill with water and cover lid.
Step 2 - Place in Sun
Place outside in direct sunlight for up to 5 hours. When the tea has reached its desired strength, remove from sun and put it in the refrigerator. Once cooled, add ice.
Step 3 - Store the Tea
The slo3 w and natural steeping process brings out some complex flavors from the delicate ingredients you have incorporated, providing a more delicate and mellow taste. Can be stored for iced tea for up to 2 days.