Moon Water Tea – Using Moon Water To Brew Your Tea

During my journey to learn about moon water, I realized making moon water tea might be a great way to connect with the energy of the water. But, can you make moon water tea from moon water?

Moon water can easily be used to make hot tea or cold tea. Moon water used for tea is a simple way to enjoy and benefit from your charged water.

When making moon water tea, take the tea to another level. Here is how to make the tea, and different herb options for infusing your tea.

Making Moon Water Tea

To make moon water tea, you will want to use fresh herbs or dried herbs.

To use fresh herbs in your tea you’ll have to bruise the herbs. Use a mortar and pestle, or a wooden spoon.

Steep the fresh herbs in the boiled moon water for 5 to 15 minutes. Once the steeping is complete, you can enjoy your cup of charged moon water tea.

Here is a list of fresh herbs for your moon water tea:

  • Lavender
  • Lemon Verbena
  • Peppermint
  • Thyme
  • Cilantro
  • Basil
  • Rosemary
  • St. John’s Wort
  • Sage
  • Catnip
  • Lemongrass

Can I Add Sweetener To My Tea?

You can add sweetener to your moon water tea. Use natural sweeteners like raw honey, maple syrup, or agave to keep the integrity of the infused tea.

White sugar or brown sugar may affect the power of the tea, so try to omit them from your tea ritual.

Can I Use Dried Herbs In My Tea?

Dried herbs also work well with your moon water tea. If you are able to grow herbs, and dry them, you can create a small stockpile to use in future herbal teas.

To learn more about harvesting and preparing your own herbal teas, check out this tutorial.

Can I Use Tea Bags From My Pantry?

I suggest using fresh herbs or homemade dried herbs for your moon water tea.

If you are unable to acquire these herbs, and only have tea bags on hand, use non-GMO, organic teas like Yogi or Numi tea blends.

Final Thoughts

Using your moon water for tea is one of the easiest ways to enjoy the charged water from your moon ritual. It’s as simple as boiled the water, and pouring it over fresh or dried herbs.

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