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How to make ginger tea
- Aug 30, 2017 -

According to  Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ginger has a calming and soothing flavour with a touch of a bite to it that helps to keep you alert and calm, and ginger is commonly used to help an upset stomach, motion or travel sickness or general low-grade fevers. It is also excellent for nausea and for warming you up when you feel cold (it stimulates cold hands and feet), and is esteemed as a "heating herb". Ginger is reputed to help ward off colds or improve your recovery time. Tea is the most gentle form of consuming ginger.



Simple hot ginger tea:

Fresh ginger root - approx 3 ounces

Boiled water - approx 3 cups

Honey or maple syrup or brown sugar - to taste, as sweeteners (optional)

Apple or lemon (optional)



1.      Wash the ginger. Scrub it well.

2.      Peel the ginger and slice it thinly, in small pieces. Use caution when cutting the ginger. Peeling is optional, if you have washed it well.

3.      Boil the water.

4.      Pour the boiled water into a teapot into which you have already placed the freshly sliced ginger. Put the lid on the teapot to stop the pot from cooling down too quickly and to keep the aromatic ingredients in the tea. Steep for 10 - 15 minutes.

5.      Strain the tea after steeping or boiling and serve. Add sweeteners or flavour if desired.

6.      Drink hot, at room temperature or cold - as preferred.