Health Benefits of Herbs

19 Herb & Fruit Infused Water Recipes

Fruit Infused Water

In this article you will discover 19 simple inexpensive Herb & Fruit Infused Water Recipes.

These simple water recipes can help with weight loss and boost your metabolism.

They have virtually no calories or sugar and yes they taste great.


The full health benefits of drinking Fruit Infused Water depends on which herb or fruit you use. However, which ever infused water you choose there are many healthy benefits.

Fruit Infused Water Benefits

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How much water should you drink each day? 

Most health authorities recommend that you drink 2 liters or half a gallon of water a day. This usually equates to 8 glasses a day or 8 x 8 ounce glasses. Referred to as the 8×8 Rule. Drinking infused tasty water makes drinking this amount of water much easier. This is not flavored water. This is infused water and as such it has all the health benefits of the fruits and herbs that are present in the drink.

Drinking ordinary water helps with Hydration, drinking Herb & Fruit Infused Water takes it to the next level.

This includes:

  • Removes toxins from your body.
  • Makes you feel fuller so you don’t eat as much.
  • Helps to keep food moving through your body.
  • Keeps you healthy when your sweating.
  • Helps with fatigued muscles.
  • You can recuperate faster after exercise.

Fruit infused water combinations.

The 19 recipes we show you below are just a guide-line. Fruit infused water has many combinations. You can simply mix and match the various ingredients below to your personal taste:


  • Mint
  • Sage
  • Rosemary
  • Basil
  • cilantro
  • Stevia
  • Thyme
  • Ginger
  • Cinnamon
  • Black Pepper


  • cucumber
  • carrots
  • celery


  • Apples
  • Grapes
  • Plums
  • Peaches
  • Watermelon
  • Pear
  • Pomegranate
  • Mango
  • Pineapple
  • Banana
  • Starfruit
  • Lemon
  • Lime
  • Orange
  • Strawberries
  • Raspberries
  • Blueberries

19 Infused Water Recipes

With all the recipes below you should simply add the fruit//vegetables to the jug first. Then using a spoon gently mash and breakdown the fruit//vegetables. This is so the goodness is released more easily. Also peel the skin for a bitter taste. The same method apply’s to the herbs. Tear and bruise the herb leaves this will help release all the natural oils and extracts.


Finally use sparkling water or filtered water for best results. It’s also best to leave the infusion for a couple of hours or over-night in the refrigerator for the ingredients to fully mix.

1. Grapefruit Rosemary Infused Water

GRAPEFRUIT ROSEMARY INFUSED WATERThis Grapefruit Rosemary infusion will help flush out your system naturally. This combination is a great natural detox. Not only that, it’s also refreshing and tastes great:

Recipe for 1 Liter jar

  • Half a grapefruit
  • Half a sprig of rosemary

Cut the rind off the grapefruit, add to jug then add rosemary. Infuse for at least 2 hours or over night in the fridge and enjoy.

2. Watermelon and mint Infused Water

Watermelon and mint Infused WaterThis refreshing healthy thirst quencher will help you in two ways: 1. Mint helps with digestion very effectively and also improves the flow of bile. 2. Watermelon helps flush the body of toxins. It contains a compound called citrulline which has been shown to help detox the liver.

Recipe for 1 Liter jar

  • Watermelon
  • sprig of mint

Cut watermelon into chunks. Add the mint sprigs. Leave at least an hour. Best Served chilled.

3. Mango Mint Infused Water

Mango Mint Infused WaterMango’s have a number of health benefits. One of them is to help lower your cholesterol. This is achieved by the high levels of fiber, pectin and vitamin C that mango contains.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • Half mango
  • 2 sprigs of mint

Peel and cut the mango into 6 pieces. Add this and the mint to the jar cover and leave at room temperature for about 3 hours. The warmer temperature helps the mango infuse better. drink and enjoy.

4. Mandarin, Basil, Black Tea Infused Water

This infusion will boost your metabolism and make you alert thanks to the caffeine in the tea. Have this drink in the morning to kick-start your day. Tastes interesting.

Recipe 1 Liter Jug

  • 2 Mandarin oranges
  • 4 Basil leaves
  • 1 Black tea bag

Peel and slice the mandarin in half.  Add ingredients to jug fill with water. Leave at room temperature for two hours and enjoy the interesting taste.

Tip: Fruit infused ice cubes. If you can’t drink all the infusion at once, you can use the leftovers to make some fruit infused ice cubes. Simply add the remaining infusion to an ice cube tray, freeze and use the ice cubes as and when required.

5. Mandarin Hibiscus Infused Water

MANDARIN HIBISCUS INFUSED WATERHibiscus is a very popular medicinal herb that helps with:

  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Helps with digestive problems
  • Immune system
  • Inflammatory problems

Recipe for 1 Liter jug

  • 2 Mandarin Oranges
  • 1 tablespoon of hibiscus flowers

You can substitute the hibiscus flowers for hibiscus tea bags. However fresh is always best. Add the mandarins and hibiscus flowers to the jar fill with water. Let infuse in the refrigerator for 3 hours. Strain and enjoy.

6. Apple Cinnamon Infused Water

This infusion will help boost your energy levels and keep your energy levels balanced all day. Lastly, Apple Cinnamon is a natural detoxifier. It also tastes delicious.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 1 Apple
  • 1 Cinnamon Stick

Slice the apple and remove pips add to jug with water. Place in refrigerator for an hour. Drink and enjoy, you can refill the jug with water again for double enjoyment.

7. Mixed Herb Infused Water

MIXED HERB INFUSED WATERAll the herbs below are great for your general health and wellbeing.

Recipe for 1 liter jug

  • sprig of rosemary
  • 2 sprigs dill
  • 1 sprigs thyme
  • 2 sprigs of mint

Tear the herb leaves to release the oils and add to the jug fill with water. Put in the refrigerator over-night and enjoy your healthy herbal infusion.

8. Pineapple Mint Infused Water

Pineapple can help boost your metabolism it’s full of vitamins and antioxidants like vitamin C. The mint gives the infusion that fresh taste and of course mint has many health benefits.

Recipe for 1 Liter jug

  • 1 Pineapple
  • 2 sprigs of mint

Put Half a cup of Pineapple cut into 1 inch chunks into the jug with the mint, add water. Place into fridge for 2 hours drink and enjoy.

9. Cucumber Mint Dill Water

CUCUMBER MINT DILL WATERCucumbers are very nutritional, surprisingly Cucumber also has lots of anti-inflammatories  and antioxidants properties. Dill is a good source of magnesium and it’s also a natural bactericide. This can help with stomach problems and diarrhea.

Recipe for 1 Liter jar

  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 sprig of mint
  • 2 sprigs of Dill

Slice the Cucumber add to jug along with the mint and Dill. Put the infusion in the fridge for 4 hours or over-night. Drink and enjoy.

10. Watermelon and Sage Infused Water

WATERMELON AND SAGE INFUSED WATERSage has a long history of being used as a medicinal herb. It has long been used by herbalist for treating sore throats and coughs. Watermelon will help flush the body of toxins. A good combination for fighting infections.

Recipe for 1 liter jar

  • 1 Watermelon
  • 8 Sage leaves

Add half the Watermelon cut into chunks and the Sage leaves to the jar. Add water put in fridge for 4 hours and enjoy.

11. Hibiscus and fruit Infused Water

HIBISCUS AND FRUIT INFUSED WATERHibiscus is a fantastic ingredient with multiple health benefits:

  • Helps LDL cholesterol
  • Help reduce absorption of sugars

Orange is your vitamin C booster. Star fruit like hibiscus helps with absorption of LDL cholesterol. It’s also rich in antioxidants “polyphenolic flavonoids” these are the same compounds present in garlic. We all know how good garlic the super-herb is for your body.

Recipe for 1 Liter jar

  • 2 Hibiscus tea bags
  • 2 Slices of orange
  • 3 Slices of Star fruit

Put the ingredients above in a jar add water and chill for minimum of 4 hours in the fridge. Drink and enjoy.

12. Chamomile Strawberry Infused Water

Charming calming Chamomile the antioxidant flavor rich relaxant. Combined with the fresh taste of Strawberry and a dash of orange. What more could you want from an infusion.

Recipe 1 Liter Jug

  • 1 chamomile tea
  • 2 strawberries
  • Quarter Orange

Add the above ingredients to the jug add your water and let infuse for about an hour at room temperature. Remove the chamomile tea bag when your happy with the flavour. Enjoy and relax.

13. Lemongrass, Mint and Vanilla Infused Water

LEMONGRASS, MINT AND VANILLA INFUSED WATERLemongrass the aromatic healer, health benefits include:

  • Stomach disorders
  • Insomnia and respiratory disorders
  • Fever
  • Aches
  • Fights Infections

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 1 stalk lemongrass
  • 2 sprigs of mint
  • 1 vanilla bean

First slice the vanilla bean length ways and add to the jug along with the other ingredients. Infuse for 2 hours and enjoy.

14. Orange Basil Infused Water

ORANGE BASIL INFUSED WATERBasil one of the healthiest herbs in the world. It’s no wonder basil is one of the most popular culinary herbs. The reason, it’s an excellent source of multiple vitamins. Including vitamin K, vitamin C and a good source of manganese, copper. This infusion is pure sweet tasting.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 2 Oranges
  • 6 basil leaves

Add the orange and Basil to the jug add your water. Drink and love it. SWEET.

15. Double Mint Infused Water

Mint is just good for the mind and body. Not only does it taste great, it also has a soothing effect on your digestive system. Double Mint is double soothing.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 2 Mint tea bags
  • 8 Mint leaves

Add the mint to the jug add water and leave at room temperature for 2 hours. Drink the mint and enjoy it.

16. Cucumber Rosemary Fennel Water

Cucumber Rosemary Fennel WaterFennel and rosemary are famous culinary herbs but also have medicinal properties. Fennel can help with digestion, so this drink would be ideal after a big fat meal.

Recipe for 1 Liter jug

  • 8 cucumber slices
  • 2 fennel tops
  • 2 sprigs rosemary

Add the ingredients to a jug fill with water. Put in fridge and leave for 4 hours. Then enjoy this fresh flavorful infusion.

17. Fennel Mint Infused Water

Sweet delicious Fennel paired with smooth mint. A cool fresh drink on a warm summer day.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 6 slices of fennel bulb
  • 6 mint leaves

Add the above ingredients to a jug with water. Refrigerator over-night drink enjoy. COOL.

18. Lemon Ginger Infused Water

Like the famous Ginger-lemon-tea this infusion is one of the healthiest beverages you can have. Thanks to the Ginger super herb, with its anti-inflammatory properties. The lemon citrus on the other hand gives us our electrolytes and vitamin C.

Recipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • Half a Lemon
  • Ginger Root

Peel and grate the ginger, add to the jug with rind-less lemon. Pour over the water and leave in the fridge over-night. Enjoy the hot ginger bite.

19. Apple and Mint, Sage Infused water

Crisp tasty apple combined with smoothing good for you mint and finally sweet sage. Water will never taste so good.

Apple and Mint, Sage Infused waterRecipe for 1 Liter Jug

  • 1 Apple
  • 4 Mint leaves
  • Sprig of Sage

Peel and chop apple add to jug along with the mint and sage. Pour over water and put in fridge for 2 hours. Drink and enjoy.

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We hope you enjoy making and drinking these delicious infusions. Not only will they help you drink more water. Which is good for you.  The herbs and fruit have many health benefits. If you found this article informative then tell your friends by sharing and make us all warm and fuzzy.

Medical information provided is for information purposes only. Always get guidance about a medical condition from a health care professional.
1 Comment
  1. Andrea Robinson says

    Wow, this is just what the doctor ordered!

    I’ve been dieting a lot lately, and I try to drink a lot of water. My well water is absolutely delicious, but even so, sometimes I feel that the water just sits on the top of my stomach for a long time before it gets absorbed. One time I thought that I needed electrolytes so I added a little fruit juice. Little did I realize that I was about to come across these recipes, and they’re exactly what I need.

    I never realized how all these herbs and fruits can work together. For example, I never knew about hibiscus being so good for high blood pressure and inflammation, two of my current challenges. So thank you, so much, for these awesome recipes! I look forward to trying all of them!


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