This simple yet amazing ginger tea recipe is the perfect remedy if you’re suffering from a cold, sore stomach or something similar.
This tea is probably one of the easiest to make, but many people still buy it in tea bag form. The quality of the ingredients in tea bags is not nearly as good as the stuff found in loose leaf tea packages or just outright fresh ingredients. Luckily all you need in this recipe is one small knob of fresh ginger root.
There are many benefits to drinking this delicious tea. If you’re after just some of the top benefits, then you can find them right below.
- Helps with weight loss
- Relieves Nausea
- Packed full of nutrients such as high levels of vitamin C, magnesium and more.
- Relieves Stress
- Improves Blood Circulation
There are many more health benefits of ginger tea that I haven’t mentioned. Depending on your current health status you may see little to no improvements right through to huge improvements in your general well-being just from drinking a few cups of this amazing tea every day.
There is obviously a lot of variations you’re able to do with this tea so don’t be afraid of trying something new. You never know what amazing combination you may come up with. If you would like to share it with us, then be sure to drop us a comment at the bottom of this page.
If you want to see how to make ginger tea visually, then be sure to check out our video above. It takes you through the few small steps to getting an amazingly yummy tea prepared.
Ginger Tea Recipe
- 1-2 inch (2.5 – 5 cm) piece of fresh ginger root (roughly 2 Tbsp.)
- 4 cups of water
- Honey or sugar
- Slice the ginger into thin pieces.
- In a pot over high heat add the water and ginger root. Bring to the boil.
- Once boiling, reduce to a simmer for 15 to 20 minutes.
- Strain the tea and mix in any extras. (See brewing tips below)
- Serve & Enjoy
- If you like your ginger tea sweet, then I recommend adding some honey or sugar to it. I prefer honey over white sugar as it has a bit more of a unique flavor to it. It’s also unrefined, unlike most sugars.
- Another great thing I love adding to this recipe is a slice of lemon or lime. I would only add this just before you’re about to drink the tea.
- If you want to change the flavor a bit, then you can try adding some other ingredients such as mint, chamomile tea, cinnamon and so on. I would only add these within the last 5 minutes of the steeping process. Any longer may result in a funky tasting tea.
Another couple of amazing refreshing teas you should try out is both the super easy rosemary tea and also the refreshing hibiscus tea. These both have lots of amazing health benefits making them perfect if you’re a feeling a little run down.
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