Ginger Tea 2

 

Ginger teaBuying a cup of ginger tea at your favourite tea & coffee shop will cost you on average $1.25. You can pick up the same (tea bags) at your local grocer and make ginger tea yourself at home – your cost will be about a quarter per cup. You are saving a dollar per cup but is it all that matters? If your answer is NO, then keep on reading.

Here are some of the known ginger tea benefits: Ginger tea minimizes symptoms of the common cold, allergies, and other respiratory conditions, relieves nausea, combats inflammation, helps digestive processes. 

Drinking fresh ginger tea stimulates your immune system and warms you up. And best part – unlike the above tea bags costs you next to nothing (approx $0.02 per cup). There are many recipes found on the internet. Our favourite one is simple:

Ingredients: ginger, brown sugar

  • Grate a one-inch piece of fresh ginger root
  • Put the ginger in the tea pot
  • Add brown sugar according to your taste
  • Pour boiling water in the tea pot
  • Cover it up and let it sit for 15 minutes
  • Strain and enjoy
Ginger and brown sugar

Is brown sugar healthier than white sugar? This is a claim however, the reality is that brow sugar and white sugar are not much different. Although brown sugar contains calcium, potassium, iron and magnesium while white sugar doesn’t, these minerals are present in only tiny amounts – the real difference between the two is in the taste. Brown sugar tastes better, that’s all.

Heat resistant tea pot

This is our favourite tea pot. It’s heat resistant and without the glass insert it can be used for Artisan Tea. Beautiful presentation!

Danish researchers found that ginger can block the effects of prostaglandin – a substance that cause inflammation of the blood vessels in the brain and can lead to migraines. Many women claim that ginger tea helps rid them of menstrual cramps. To get the best health benefits of ginger tea, wrap fresh ginger root tightly in a towel, place it in a sealed plastic bag, and keep it in the refrigerator.

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