Ginger Tea

This ginger tea recipe provides a tea that is good tasting and good for you. You can adjust the strength of the tea by adding more water. Serve hot, warm, or cold, you can enjoy the taste with health benefits.

Ginger is known for its medicinal properties, including the following:

  • It is good for digestion and motion sickness.
  • It improves circulation and warms the extremities.
  • It partners well with lemon to provide natural antibiotic, blood-cleansing activity.
  • It is ideal as a healing herb to add to your daily regimen for health maintenance. There are many ways to add ginger, for example, fresh juices, stir-fries, salads, soups, baked breads, cakes, and cookies.

A good base when cooking plant-based meals is to use a combination of onion, garlic, bell pepper, and fresh ginger. This gives soups, stews, and sauces a heartier flavor.

This tea is good to have on hand and stores for days in the refrigerator.

Ginger Tea Recipe


2 Tbsp fresh ginger ground or grated

honey to taste

1 cup of hot water


Replace honey with agave nectar


Simple add ginger to tea blub and place in the cup of water.

Let steep for 5 to 10  minutes.

Add  honey. Mix well.



  • Improves digestion.
  • Eliminates nausea.
  • Drink as a winter tonic to warm cold hands and feet!



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