Water Infusions

Updated: Aug 12, 2020

Flavoured Water to Encourage you to Boost Hydration.

  • Why drink more water?

We all know how important it is to stay hydrated, year round, but this is especially important in the summer. When the weather is hot and you are spending much of the day outside being active, it is extra important to drink more fluids than usual and most especially that you are doing so before you start feeling thirsty – as that is a sure sign you are on your way to dehydration.

Did you know that every single cell in the human body needs water to function properly? Much like the plants in your garden, your cells, too, can perk up immediately upon watering. It’s that simple.

What Does Water Do in My Body?

Water Helps Your Body with the Following:

  • Getting rid of waste through urination, perspiration, and bowel movements.

  • Keeping it’s temperature normal.

  • Lubricating and cushioning your joints.

  • Protecting your spinal cord and other sensitive tissues.

Tips for Drinking More Water:

  • Drink a glass of water as soon as you wake up in the morning

  • Carry a dedicated bottle or container with you are all times, at work, at home, even if you are just out running a few errands.

  • Use an app on your mobile phone to track your water intake or simply set an alert on your phone to remind you.

  • Choose water at restaurants instead of other beverages. not only will you save on calories while simultaneously hydrating yourself, but it also saves money.

  • When you are hungry, start with a glass of water before you reach for the snack. sometimes feelings of hunger are actually your body telling you that it’s thirsty. it may just curb the cravings.

  • Drink before you eat. 16 ounces 30 minutes before every meal can actually keep you from over indulging. make this a regular practice and you might even find yourself losing weight.

  • Infuse and flavor your own water.

I N G R E D I E N T S : 

Herbs, Spices and Botanicals mint • basil • rosemary • lavender • thyme • ginger • cinnamon • sage • rose petals • vanilla • lemongrass • cardamom • parsley • lemon verbena • cilantro • cloves • cardamom • hibiscus • black pepper • 

Fruit and Veggies strawberries • blackberries • blueberries • raspberries • cherries • pineapple • watermelon • cucumber • orange • lemon • lime • grapefruit • watermelon • cantaloupe • honeydew • mango • grapes • pear • apples • peaches • plums • nectarines • blood orange • lemon • tangerines • pomegranate • kiwi • celery • peppers • fennel AND MORE

Optional Add-ins: sweetener chia seeds coconut water sparkling water

R E C I P E :

For infused water, there really is no recipe, exactly. There are no right or wrong measurements, it’s all based on taste and what you have on hand.

Infused waters keep in the refrigerator for about a week or until the flavor is no longer present. I tend to drink and add more water to replace the water I just poured out, adding more fruit or flavors as necessary, until it just no longer has a pronounced flavor.

  1. Lemon + Rosemary

  2. Blackberry + Rosemary

  3. Strawberry + Lime + Basil

  4. Cucumber + Lime + Mint

  5. Grapefruit + Thyme

  6. Pineapple + Ginger

  7. Kiwi + Raspberry

  8. Cucumber + Jalapeno

  9. Rosewater + Cardamom

  10. Pear + Vanilla Bean + Cinnamon

  11. Strawberry + Cucumber +Thyme

  12. Raspberry + Rose Petal

  13. Cherry + Lime +Mint

  14. Hibiscus + Red Berries 

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