On a hot summer’s day, there’s nothing quite as refreshing as an iced drink. Get this DIY recipe on how to make agrimony iced tea from our Ballarat health shop and quench your thirst in a healthy way this hot summer season.

Agrimony is a wonderful summer plant, full of vitamins and minerals. It also helps to support your health and digestion.

DIY Recipe: What You Need

  • Fresh organic mint leaves
  • 2 teaspoons of dried organic agrimony
  • 2 cups of boiling water
  • 1 tablespoon of raw organic honey

Steps on How to Make Agrimony Iced Tea

  1. Prepare the mint ice cubes ahead of time. Place a mint leaf in each ice cube section, add water, and then freeze.
  2. Put the dried agrimony in a strainer and steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Remove the herbs.
  4. Stir in honey to taste.
  5. Place in the fried to cool.
  6. Pour and serve with the mint ice cubes when desired.

Adapted from a recipe by Stacey & Miranda from ‘Plants of Power’.

Want to learn more DIY herbal recipes? Check these herbal recipe ideas you’ll enjoy adapted in our health food shop in Ballarat.

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