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Sorrel (Hibiscus) Tea Recipe for Healthy Skin

Sorrel (hibiscus) aids in healthy skin. The polyphenol, procatechuic acid (PCA), prevents free radicals that damage skin cells and cause premature skin aging. Sorrel is also anti-inflammatory for your skin. Ingredients: 4 quarts water 3 inch ginger (grated) 3 cups dried, organic hibiscus flower 1 1/2 tsp allspice 1 orange peel Organic molasses to taste (or your preferred sweetener) Directions: Boil water. Turn off heat. Add hibiscus. Add allspice, orange peel, and grated ginger. Stir. Cover and let sit overnight. Strain. Decant. Enjoy!

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5 Teas For Healthy Looking Skin

Photo credit: Nappy I enjoy a hot cup of tea. Wrapping my hands around the warmth of the teacup is comforting. I’m also comforted knowing that tea works wonders for healthy looking skin. I’m always looking to naturally improve my skin health. One place to start is on the inside. External applications of skincare products enhance your outer glow. It may sound trite and clichéd, but what’s going on inside your body manifests on the outside. This eventually affects your skin health. It plays a role in whether you’re visited by outbreaks, rashes, dryness, pallor and more. A good skincare routine is the foundation of skin health. It includes, but it’s not limited to, eating a diet consisting of whole foods....

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