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DIY Magnolia Flower Tea

Did you know that magnolia flowers offer a range of fantastic benefits for your health and well-being? Let’s learn more!

  1. Magnolia flowers have natural compounds that can help you relax and even reduce anxiety! Sipping magnolia flower tea or incorporating the petals into your diet can be soothing for your body. 
  2. These amazing flowers have been traditionally used to support digestion! They're known to alleviate indigestion, reduce bloating, and promote overall healthy digestion.
  3. Magnolia flowers contain anti-inflammatory properties, like many other botanicals. Consuming them may help reduce inflammation in the body.
  4. Magnolia flowers help combat oxidative stress and free radicals due to their high antioxidant levels.
  5. Magnolia flowers have been used in traditional medicine to support respiratory health for some time. They may help with breathing difficulties and to help open up airways.


Our main gal and SBA's herbalist/CEO has this to say about magnolia flower tea:

"Magnolia flowers are super yummy and relatively easy to forage. Magnolia Trees are pretty common here in AR and other states across the country. They have a mild flavor, kind it taste kind of like ginger. They can be pickled, enjoyed on salad, or added to tea! 🌸"


Check out this video to see the process of making your own delicious flower tea!




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Here to help,

Brier C. 


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