Ginger tea is an incredible healing drink you can enjoy for a multitude of chronic illnesses, symptoms, and conditions, including when you have a flu.
Ginger is loaded with its own signature variety of bioavailable vitamin C, which alone makes it a special healing food. But ginger is also a powerful antiviral and also has antibacterial compounds. . One of ginger’s special qualities is its ability to bring the body out of a reactive state, stress, or spasms by soothing nerves and muscles.
Ginger feeds the liver with dozens of phytochemical compounds that can use for many of its chemical functions. Some of ginger’s phytochemical compounds expel ammonia and rotting, putrefying food, debris, and toxins from the small intestine and colon, allowing for cleaner nutrients to enter the liver from the intestinal tract. Ginger also dislodges fat cells inside the liver, allowing that fat to break free and exit through the bile and digestive tract, sometimes by way of the gallbladder.
Place ginger tea bags or fresh ginger in a mug and add hot water.
Steep for 15 minutes or more.
Remove the tea bags or fresh ginger and strain.
Add optional raw honey and/or lemon. Enjoy!
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Categories: Healing Tools, Drinks, Hot Drinks, Teas
This item posted: 14-Nov-2022
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