Saturday, July 2, 2011

How to Make Artichoke Tea Drink for Clear Skin

Asian Secret:
Artichokes are said to be very rich in antioxidants which play a vital role in our health and physical actvities. My family has been drinking artichoke tea for as long as I can remember, in fact, a lot of South East Asian countries are familiar with this.  Artichokes help our bodies by increasing blood circulation and thus promoting healthy, radiant, younger looking skin. They also aide in digesting and reduce high cholesterol. Not to mention, they're delicious! I love them in dips and cold salads.



I haven't seen any youtube videos on the benefits of artichokes so I went out to buy more artichokes to make a video with my sister. Feel free to watch it. It's very quick and to the point. :)


Artichoke Tea Drink Recipe
1 Artichoke
Pot of Boiling Water (we never measure)
Honey (optional)

My Artichoke Drink served cold

We usually wait for it to cool down, add some honey, and put in a the refrigerator. It's such a refreshing drink and it tastes yum!
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I also bought some lychee because it's lychee season! It's so good to eat these sweet succulent babies cold on a hot summer day! I like the green ones better than the red ones because they're so much sweeter! I have to limit myself to these though because they give me nosebleeds :(

I love exotic fruits. ^_^ Too bad they contain so much sugar ;/

Some like it juicy ;)

~ Bebexo

7 comments:

katie said...

I think I might try this! I'm in need of taking care of my skin especially now that it's so hot eek! HAHA since you posted the lychee I think I'm gonna buy a bunch and make some drinks from that too :D Thanks for the inspiration haha!

Sam Murakami said...

Thank you for the inspiration! I think I'll definitely try this because I really like tea and have to take care of my skin too... thanks fo sharing! :3
Love from Germany,
Sam

Leonora said...

omg its been so long since i tried lychee. It was sent to me from my grandparents in the Caribbeans and they are so freaking good.

Chiara said...

i love exotic fruits as well :)

Dearbhailex3 said...

Thanks for the tip :) As its summer I was in need of some helpful tips to make my skin look healthier :) Even if it doesn't have a hugely visible effect, at least knowing i'm being healthier is enough for me :) I'm also a fruit and veg freak and unfortunately I haven't tried this before :O So I'll be sure to give it a go :D

poopybear4 said...

OMG.....I love lychees......and have u ever tried lychee jelly

Finn Felton said...

Tea as well as coffee both is just equally beneficial for skin. Thank you for such an informative blog post. I loved reading it.

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