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Hibiscus mint is infused with wild stinging nettle and rose buds in this exotic, glow-inducing tea.

Studies show the hibiscus plant is packed with antioxidants that promote liver health, which helps aid in detoxifying your body (1).

Combine this with wild rose, which has been used for centuries to craft beautifying rose waters and teas throughout the ancient Middle East; and stinging nettle, another wild plant rich in trace minerals, and you nearly have yourself a cup of pure radiance (2,3).

Brew this tea when you’re craving a floral, exotic flavored tea with herbs that can help nourish your glow.

Beautifying Rose & Nettle Hibiscus Mint Tea
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Total Time
10 mins

Course: Drink, Tea Drink
Servings: 1 serving
  • Teapot or small stovetop pot for boiling water
  • Infuser if using loose-leaf nettle
  • 1 packet Pique Hibiscus Mint tea crystals
  • 8 ounces water
  • 2 teaspoons wild dried nettle or 1 nettle tea bag
  • 2 teaspoons dried rose buds
  • Optional: raw honey or maple syrup to taste
  1. Bring your water to a boil, then remove.
  2. Empty your hibiscus mint packet into a mug.
  3. Pack your infuser with your dried nettle and set it in the mug (or add your tea bag).
  4. Pour the water over your tea. Add the dried rosebuds to steep at this point as well (if you don’t want them loose, you can add them to the infuser with the nettle).

  5. Add your optional sweetener, and indulge.


Beautifying Rose & Nettle Hibiscus Mint Tea



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Simon Cheng