August 2020: Newsletter - Spiced Ginger Tea
Updated: Jun 23, 2022
SNEAK PEEK OF WHAT'S INSIDE:
Spiced Ginger Tea Recipe
Vegan Fruit Tea Jello RECIPE
Now’s the time to strengthen your health from the inside! Take the time to improve your daily intake to strengthen your body from the inside with Ginger! In herbal medicine, the consumption of ginger promote the elimination of intestinal gas and relaxes the intestinal track. Ginger has antioxidant and anti-flammatory effects, help digestion, help fight the flu and cold and much much more. This flavorful, superfood is widely use in many types of cuisines, beverages, cosmetics, health related products and much more. What are the the benefits of consuming Ginger? To list a few, the consumption of ginger
May reduce muscle pain and soreness
Can treat many forms nausea
Can fight infections
May lower blood sugar and improve heart disease
May help prevent cancer
May help treat chronic indigestion
May reduce menstrual pain
May improve brain function and protect against Alzheimer disease
Try out this quick recipe to increase the intake of ginger in your diet. Not only is it simple to make, it’s also delicious. Spiced Ginger Tea Recipe Ingredients: Serving: 2 Cook/prep time: 20 ~ 25 minutes.
Indian Black Tea Leaves : 1 tbsp
Crushed Cardamon: 1/2 tsp
Cinnamon Powder: 1/4 tsp
Fresh grated ginger: 1 tbsp
Water: 3 cups
Brown Sugar or honey (optional)
Tip 1: For easy ginger peeling, use a metal spoon. Scrape the edge of the metal spoon against the ginger to peel off the skin. Tip 2: No grater? Use a knife to finely chop and grate. Step 1: Boil 3 cups of water. Step 2: Add the black tea leaves, spices, and fresh grounded ginger into the fully boiled water. Step 3: Switch to low heat and simmer for 5 to 8 minutes. Step 4: Pour the herbal tea over a fine strainer to remove the tea leaves and spices. Step 5: Add brown sugar to taste. And for a more mellow taste, add milk (or your preferred milk substitute) to taste. Step 6: Enjoy. For people who does not enjoy the flavor of cinnamon or cardamon, feel free to take them out and use just grated ginger for the recipe. We highly recommend drinking 1-2 cups in the morning. For best results, try to drink it hot or room temperature, daily. During summer, 1 cup would be sufficient. During winter or when you’re cold, having herbal ginger tea will really warm up the body, so multiple cups are welcomed. It is also very good for cold prevention.
Vegan Fruit Tea Jello
Using Little Jasmine Brewed Teas learn how to make
this perfect summer dessert!
This newsletter post was originally posted in August 2020.