A Drink To Your Health {Video & Recipe}

by lydia on July 18, 2014

You will love my Revitalizing Summer Tonic, an herbal green tea blend that’s uniquely flavored and sweet without an added sugar.

I’m sure you’ve heard the benefits of green touted quite a bit. It has been one of the latest food fads over the last few years, but most green tea beverages are packed with unsavory ingredients (like refined sugar, artificial flavors, etc.). Hardly healthy.

So, skip all those pre-made products and try this recipe out!

To me, green tea by itself is not all that exciting. That’s why I’ve paired it with a few zestier ingredients to kick up the flavor profile, along with the health benefits. Since this is a blend there will be much less caffeine in general. I personally enjoy 1 quart a day, sometimes as much as 2 quarts on hot days.

 Head on over to Delicious Obsessions to get the recipe



I buy all of my herbs and teas from my affiliate partner Mountain Rose Herbs. I’ve tried a number of other sources for my herbal supplies and keep coming back to Mountain Rose Herbs because of their excellent quality and customer service.

*Disclaimer: Green Tea does not benefit everyone, if you feel worse with green tea and have Hashimoto’s hypothyroidism or know you are TH2 dominant, discontinue it’s use.



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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

tana July 19, 2014 at 12:49 pm

the link isn’t working for me to go to get your recipe..


lydia July 19, 2014 at 2:42 pm

Hi Tana – thanks for letting me know – it’s working now, try it again! :)


Marcella F August 2, 2014 at 7:15 am

This tea is great! I used nettle instead of the green tea like you suggested and it was super yummy. Nettle can be too “earthy” tasting for me, but the flavors really blended well together.


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