London teaches us how to brew Honeybush

London teaches us how to brew Honeybush

Why we're all home sheltering and social distancing, and even when things go back to 'normal,' it's important to stay hydrated. 

Drinking water can be boring, especially to a six-year-old. Luckily, our daughter London LOVES herbal teas like Honey Vanilla Nectar honeybush. 

For all the parental police out there, there is no caffeine in honeybush, so don't lose your minds. There is honey in this version though, maybe a little too much (in the video...wait for it), but there are antioxidants in honey as well, so there. 

Honeybush comes from a plant in South Africa. It's full of antioxidants and vitamins, including iron, calcium, minerals, potassium, sodium and copper. And Honeybush, like Rooibos, is said to help with asthma and treat stomach issues. 

So you see, you really can't screw it up. London and I usually have a Honey Vanilla Nectar once a day, before bed, but we've doubled this since being quarantined. 

Steep for 4 minutes, add honey and milk if you'd like, and any supplements (CBD, reishi, vitamin C, inulin, etc.) and enjoy!

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