Chill out with Reishi Hibiscus Popsicles

Chill out with Reishi Hibiscus Popsicles

Welcome to a summertime treat where flavor, health, and refreshment collide – our Hibiscus and Reishi Infused Popsicles. This recipe blends the refreshing hibiscus blossoms with our relaxing Reishi dual-extract tincture, providing deep nourishment to the body as the temperature soars.

Reishi health benefits

Stress resilience

Excessive heat can induce a range of stressors on the body. Reishi is considered an adaptogen, meaning it helps the body tackle stress at its root. Our dual-extract Reishi tincture may help relax the body and support overall resilience.

Anti-inflammatory effects

Heat and sun exposure can often lead to inflammation in the body, especially the skin. Reishi’s bioactive compounds help quell inflammation related to sunburn or other issues.

Antioxidant protection

Reishi is rich in antioxidants, which can improve vitality during the summer months by protecting cells from oxidative damage caused by sun exposure and heat.

Hibiscus health benefits:

Cooling effect

Hibiscus naturally cooling and can help lower body temperature during those sticky hot days. Its tart, tangy flavor makes it a delicious and refreshing alternative to sugary treats.

Heart health

By improving circulation and potentially reducing blood pressure, hibiscus lessens the workload on the heart, an organ that is in overdrive during hot weather.

Electrolyte balance

Sweating in the heat can lead to an imbalance of electrolytes in the body. Hibiscus contains electrolytes like potassium, which helps maintain proper fluid balance, muscle function, and nerve transmission.


Combine the dried hibiscus flowers with dried peppermint in a 32oz glass mason jar. Boil 4 cups of purified water until it reaches 212℉. Pour the water into the jar of herbs and cap quickly to retain their essential oils. Set aside for 4-8 hours for a full infusion. Next, pour the infusion into popsicle molds and top off each mold with 1ml (1 dropper full) of your Reishi tincture. Add a few hibiscus blossoms for added effect. Freeze for 2-3 hours and enjoy!


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