Lemon Ginger Tea Blend
Lemon Ginger Tea Blend
is a blend of roasted chicory root, ginger root, lemongrass, orange peel, lemon essential oil, hibiscus, coriander seed, cinnamon.
Our Lemon Ginger Tea
has a luxurious smooth lemon flavor with a lingering bite of ginger spice. Lemon
is a complementary flavor to ginger, making Lemon Ginger Tea
a spicy and invigorating drink that can boost energy without the use of caffeine.
This delicious and lively tea offers eye opening flavor without caffeine. Besides being a delicious caffeine-free hot drink, Lemon Ginger Tea
is a great natural, alternative remedy for colds and related illnesses. Cozy up with a warm cup of this tea at the first sign of stuffiness, and the warm, steamy drink may clear your sinuses, soothe your throat, and possibly even stave off further symptoms.
Lemon Ginger Tea
can help to boost metabolism and circulation and to lower lower cholesterol. Lemon Ginger Tea
is also helpful in treating colds, flu, stomach ailments and other health conditions. There has also been recent research suggesting Lemon Ginger Tea
maybe be an effective alternative in the treatment of migraine headaches. Ginger
is a natural treatment for nausea (especially associated with pregnancy or motion sickness). Ginger
is also known for its ability to warm the lungs and reduce nasal congestion making it useful in the treatment of sore throats and sinus problems.
The benefits of each herb:
- Roasted chicory- Deepens the taste and flavor of tea, as Chicory is often a substitute for coffee. Caffeine free
- Ginger- Circulatory stimulant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, inhibits cough
- Lemongrass- Refreshing, zesty, digestive tonic
- Orange Peel- Appetite stimulant, digestive disorders, gastric-juice deficiency, gastrointestinal disorders, prevention of abnormal growths (skin, breast, colon, etc)
- Lemon essential oil- Stimulating, energizing, but has a calming effect on the nervous system, heightens flavor of the tea
- Hibiscus- Calming, lowers blood pressure, high in vitamin C and antioxidants
- Coriander seed- Antioxidant, antibacterial, used in folk medicine to treat anxiety and insomnia
- Cinnamon- Warming, stimulant, antispasmodic, antiseptic, antiviral
1. Bring fresh water to a boil.
2. Add tealeaves to a teapot, fill-your-own teabag or infuser basket. Use 1 to 2 teaspoons (adjust to taste) per cup (8 oz) of water. TEA SACHET: Place tea sachet(s) in teapot or cup. Each sachet brews 1 to 2 cups (8-16 oz) of tea.
3. Pour boiling water over herbal tea. Allow water to cool slightly before brewing Green Tea, White Tea and Mate. Cover.
4. Steep leaves for approximately 5 min. Do not over steep or tea may become bitter.
5. Remove tea sachet, bag or infuser from water or strain leaves. ENJOY!
To make an iced tea, follow the steps above then allow tea to completely cool. Add ice, and you can even garnish with fresh fruit or herbal plant leaves.
Brewing loose-leaf tea is as simple as brewing a teabag, only instead of a teabag, use an infuser or Fill-Your-Own teabag to keep the leaves out of your cup. You will be rewarded with a much higher quality, better tasting, and healthier brew.
All tea blends come in resealable ziplock bags containing 4oz. of fresh tea.