Ginger Tea


If you've a common cold, flu, headache, or upset stomach, sip some ginger tea for healing. An easy recipe: cut a ¾-inch piece of fresh ginger root. Peel the brown skin off and chop. Steep a teaspoon of chopped ginger root in a cup of boiling water then sip. You can also drink this healing tea before a trip to avoid motion sickness, or sip to calm a queasy stomach or menstrual cramps. Ginger has many healing properties including anti-inflammatory properties that are said to lessen the pain of rheumatoid arthritis. To your health!

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