Grape Tea for nutrients in flower?

So, i checked the nutritional values of some grape juice i have here at home…
Of course i wouldn’t use that on my plants, as it have preservatives and whatnot…
But maybe one could get some clean grapes, put them on a blender, boil that, let them sit for a few days or something like that, and maybe use it during flower?
Seems to have good amounts of calcium, magnesium, silica, potassium and phosphorus…

Has anyone used grapes for tea before?

Im also aware that it could be a pretty dumb idea for reasons i don’t know about…
:rofl:

It’s got a lot of abscorbic acid (vitamin c) which is suppose to be beneficial. I’d do some more reading on the googly oogly, but I don’t see what it would hurt to add some to a tea maybe.

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Here is something that u can try make a banana tea and add cucumber skins as cucumber skins are high in potassium and phosphorus and so are the bananas im making some today

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My brother whips up some stuff with banana peels and says it does wonders for tomatoes…