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Ingredients 1 Ripe Pear 1 2-Inch Thick Ginger Piece 1 Cinnamon Stick 4-5 whole cloves Filtered Water Directions Wash and cut the pear into large chunks and place them in a jug Grate the ginger and rub the cloves between your hands to release flavour, then drop as well in the bottle. Add the cinnamon stick! Add warm water. Let it infuse for few hours and enjoy TIP- For a slight variation you add or use apple instead of pear
In Australia it’s hot and often uncomfortable. If you follow our Facebook page, you will you know we remind everyone constantly to make sure that they are drinking enough, and let’s face it, sometimes it’s hard! We become water logged and drinking another glass of plain old straight water from the cooler becomes effort. We seek alternatives and quiet often it involves adding artificial flavours or sugars to our diets. Get Colourful Water is your body's source of life. Being hydrated not only improves your health and naturally flushes toxins out of your body, but water also keeps your skin plump and elastic. Infused...
Ingredients 4 cups of filtered water 1 cup of fresh or frozen blackberries Handful of fresh mint leave 1 sliced lemon (optional) Directions Place all the ingredients in a large mason jar or glass and stir until combined. Drink immediately or refrigerate for a few hours for a stronger infusion
Ingredients 6 cups filtered water 2 oranges cut into wedges A handful of blueberries Ice (optional) Lemon sliced (optional) Directions Combine all the ingredients in a pitcher and place in the fridge for up to 24 hours For a more intense flavour you squeeze in the juice of the oranges and muddle the blueberries
Ingredients 8 Cups filtered water 1 Lemon Sliced, or as desired 2 Limes Sliced or as desired ½ cup of mint leaves ½ cup sliced cucumber (optional) Directions Pour water into a pitcher. Mix lemon slices, lime slices, mint leaves, and cucumber together in a bowl; add to water and stir. Refrigerate water mixture, stirring 1 time per day, until flavors have infused, 2 to 3 days. Recipe from allrecipes.com