Balinese Hibiscus and Lime Tea

I also managed to steal this recipe. It can be served hot but I prefer it as an iced tea. Its great for lowering blood pressure. Its full of antioxidants, a great anti inflammatory and great for circulation.

Serves 1


  • 1 Fresh Hibsicus Flower or 2-3 dried Hibiscus Flowers or 1 Hibiscus tea bag
  • 1 to 2 tsps raw honey
  • 1/2 wedge of fresh Lime
  • 1 Cup boiling Water


  1. Remove stem and stamen from the Hibiscus flower (skip if using dried hibiscus or teabag)
  2. Place in cup, mug and pour hot water over.
  3.  Let fresh flowers sit for 5-10 minutes and dried for a minimum of 10 minutes, (even up to a few days)
  4.  Remove flowers from water.
  5. Add honey and lime.
  6. Serve hot or let cool and serve over ice as an iced tea.