How to Make Iced Herbal Tea That’s Healthy, Refreshing and Easy to Drink

how to make iced herbal tea

Iced herbal tea is an ideal summer thirst quencher and natural health tonic, from relieving hot flashes and night sweats, boosting immunity, lowering cholesterol, and alleviating hormonal symptoms associated with menopause or PMS. But how can you make delicious and refreshing iced herbal tea that’s healthy, refreshing and easy to drink? One approach is the cold-brewing method, which works just as easily for any type of herb or tea blends.

Start this iced herbal tea recipe off right by adding 3 tablespoons of loose leaf or pre-packaged herb mix to a large mug and allow the leaves to steep for 10 minutes before straining them out and adding fresh ice cubes for extra cooling and nutrients. Finally, top your creation off with a slice of lime for added zest! Enjoy!

This rejuvenating herbal iced tea recipe is packed with anti-inflammatory and immune boosting herbs like lemon balm, ginger root and turmeric – ideal for soothing sore muscles while reducing inflammation. Lemon juice and zest add citrusy zing while the lemon balm provides soothing herbal medicine for the whole body. Together these herbs make an effective combination for relieving inflammation, soothing digestion issues and relieving soreness in muscles. But what really sets this refreshing beverage apart is its addition of cilantro as an incredible liver tonic that also aids detoxifying organs while transporting toxins out of our bodies!

This second iced herbal tea recipe offers a twist on the cold-brew method: Hibiscus Iced Tea! Hibiscus can provide refreshing refreshment as an antioxidative powerhouse rich in beta-carotene, vitamin C and anthocyanin antioxidants; in addition to providing great support for liver and urinary tract health as well as helping lower cholesterol, blood pressure levels while supporting estrogen metabolization to alleviate hot flashes symptoms.

This refreshing iced herbal tea recipe starts off with black, green and white tea bags as well as some cinnamon for extra sweetness. Next comes infusing it with lemon balm, chamomile, spearmint – herbs known to ease digestion and reduce stress – along with some digestive aid-rich fennel seeds that soothe digestion as well. Finally comes in a final step of soothing your stomach by including some digestive aid rich fennel seeds – another fantastic digestive aid rich in fibre!

Replace sugar with maple syrup or agave nectar for a healthier herbal iced tea recipe, as these sweeteners dissolve more readily in cold beverages without leaving behind any unwelcome granules like regular crystalline sugar can do.