If you've been wondering how to make ginger tea, you'll find good-for-you ginger tea recipes here. This soothing, spicy tea is incredibly beneficial for wellness, not only when enjoyed as a beverage, but when used in a tea bath or compress, as well.
American poet and essayist Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "The first wealth is health." However, in today's busy and often stressful world, it can be challenging to make time to nurture our physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual wellness.
Finding simple but effective ways to support and enhance wellness - such as drinking teas and herbal tisanes - can make such a difference in how we feel and in the quality of our lives, too.
Whether you prefer your ginger tea hot or iced, are preparing a restorative ginger tea compress, or are looking forward to a relaxing, fragrant ginger tea bath this evening before bedtime, these ginger tea recipes are wonderful ways to practice some self care.
This fresh ginger tea recipe makes 1 - 2 servings of hot tea, but it increases very well. Simply adjust the amounts proportionately to make additional cups or even a pot of aromatic ginger tea.
Enjoy your fragrant ginger tea. Inhale deeply to enjoy this tea's aromatherapy benefits, and savor that first delectable sip.
After making this recipe, you may find that you would prefer more or less ginger flavor in your tea. If so, simply adjust the proportions of water to ginger the next time you make the recipe. You can also add some just-boiled water or some citrus or milk to your freshly made tea if you find the taste too strong.
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Ginger is such a versatile, beneficial tea! For more about how to make ginger tea, try our recipes for iced ginger tea, Salabat, a ginger tea compress, and even a refreshing, detoxifying ginger tea bath.
And be sure to drop by our Herbal, Spice, and Fruit Teas Pinterest board for more herbal-tea inspiration.
We have so many beautiful teas and herbal tisanes available to us nowadays in loose-leaf or bagged varieties, but making fresh ginger tea from scratch is a rewarding and delicious alternative.
Once you've tried this home-made ginger tea recipe, you'll likely find yourself keeping some ginger root on hand so you can enjoy ginger tea (and its many wellness benefits) whenever you want.
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