It’s hibiscus flowers, aka sorrel to my Caribbean fam, and cinnamon sticks. Boil and let it steep for half an hour and voila!
Growing up my aunts used to add LOTS of SUGAR to their sorrel, but that’s pretty unnecessary. I think in Guyana this is probably our equivalent of Sweet Tea– everyone makes and drinks sorrel.
Check with your own doctor, but hibiscus tea is supposed to be good for blood sugar and insulin levels and cinnamon is helpful for fibroids. You can drink sorrel hot or cold — but I say, go for HOT… Also, no sugar – that cancels out the medicinal and healing benefits.
Tonight’s Manifest Your Magic full moon lesson is about how to LEAP over the feeling like stuff works out for everybody else EXCEPT you…
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