Utilizing watermelon seeds for a tasty pot of therapeutic tea
- Prep time 5 minutes
- Brewing time 10 minutes
- Servings 3-4
2 teaspoons black watermelon seeds (ground)
2 cups water (filtered AND fluoride-free)
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