Ginger Tea

Ginger tea is a sweet yet spicy root that’s known for its beauty and wellness properties. It has a golden yellow colour and pairs wonderfully with citrusy flavours, such as lemon. 

You can get many forms of ginger, including crystallised ginger. But many people like to consume ginger as a tea to warm up in winter mornings, treat colds or perk up their mood.

Benefits of ginger tea

Ginger tea is incredibly easy to make and bursting with nutrients to help you glow from the inside out. Check out a few reasons you should drink ginger tea:

Excellent anti-inflammatory - Inflammation causes your gut to bloat, your skin to break out, sluggish blood flow, fatigue and an irritable mood. Consuming ginger can counteract these effects, keeping your body working smoothly and inflammation-free.

Great for nausea - It’s no myth that ginger can ease symptoms of nausea. A 2016 study concludes that ginger may reduce nausea and sickness during chemotherapy and pregnancy. But you can also use it for motion sickness or a generally unsettled stomach.

Aids digestion - If you’re someone who struggles with indigestion, ginger could help. It stimulates the small intestine, encouraging food to move along, which reduces bloating, cramps and excess gas.

Natural pain reliever - Ginger is a great pain reliever because it soothes swelling and inflammation. The spice calms headaches and could counteract the early onset of migraines. If you feel a headache coming on, brew ginger tea and take a moment to relax for pain relief without the tablets.

Eases congestion - Ginger is antibacterial and has antivirus effects, which combat the build-up of mucus that can bung up your nose and throat. When you’re feeling stuffy make a ginger tea to relieve congestion and add honey to soothe a sore throat.


Pukka Organic Lemon Ginger & Manuka Honey

Pukka infuses lemon and ginger for a therapeutic cup of heaven. The top ingredient is organic dried ginger root, blended with licorice root, for a naturally sweetened flavour. The mix is infused with four lemon sources to compliment the fiery kick of ginger. Including lemon zest, lemon verbena, lemon myrtle leaf and lemon essential oil flavour.

English Tea Shop Organic Lemongrass and Ginger Tea

This ginger and citrus harmony combines lemongrass, orange peel, mandarin and a hint of ginger. Pop a teabag into your favourite mug, pour on hot water and let it sit for three to five minutes. Gently remove the bag and sip on its citrus-sweet flavour.

Pukka Organic Three Ginger Herbal Tea

Pukka Three Ginger isn’t for the faint-hearted. With over 50% ginger and a kick of vibrant turmeric root, this tea promotes healthy digestion and glowing skin. Infuse the bag in hot water to activate the tea’s spicy properties. Then, take out the bag (or leave it in for an intense flavour) and kick back in luxury.

Spice up your life with ginger tea

Bring out your inner glow and liven up your gut with a refreshing and cleansing cup of ginger tea.

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