How to make hibiscus tea for weight loss?

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Being a tea fanatic myself, I love picking fresh hibiscus flowers from the garden and fixing a fresh cup of tea for myself. If you do not have hibiscus in your garden, I think the farmers market can help. My recipe is 3 flowers for one medium serving of tea. Clean the flowers in tap water. Bring about 300 ml water to boil. Then add the flowers to it and enjoy the pleasant aroma that releases. Once you see the water turning reddish pink, you can turn of the heat and mix the flowers thoroughly. Using a strainer, add the tea to a cup. Add one tablespoon of honey to the tea. You can have it without honey as well but it tastes sour and I don’t really like the after taste so honey works best.

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