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Perfect immune boost for hard-working yet HARDER LOVING parents, and everyone around... Our Amazing Ginger Tea is made of the finest organic Ginger roots. You will definitely feel the AMAZING-ness of it right after the first sip.The genus name zingiber is from Old English gingifer, from Medieval Latin gingiber, from Latin zingiberi, from Greek zingiberis. The word apparently was readopted in Middle English from Old French gingibre (Modern French gingembre). Meaning "spirit, spunk, temper" is from 1843, American English. "Ginger-ale" was recorded and in use by 1822; and ginger-snap as a type of cookie is from 1855, in American English.Ginger is a culinary staple, especially in Asian cooking. But what you may not know is that it has many uses beyond flavoring for your favorite dish. In fact, ginger is one of the best herbs you can use for stomach complaints and beyond.Ginger has been used in China and Europe for thousands of years to treat problems with the stomach and to treat respiratory infections such as the cold and flu. And even now, modern herbalists prescribe ginger in the same way.You can take advantage of using ginger in your medicinal routine by using it to treat the problems that ail you. For example, a ginger infusion can help to relieve problems with nausea and indigestion. If you’re suffering from morning sickness during pregnancy, ginger can be particularly useful to soothe your stomach. It won’t harm your baby and it will allow you to have some relief.Ginger can also help with problems with motion sickness and nausea that come as a result of chemotherapy and radiation. It’s a natural way to calm the stomach and give you relief so you can rest and heal.If you have a cold, eating foods that contain ginger or drinking a ginger infusion can also provide you with relief. It can help to reduce your symptoms and give you relief from headaches and chills associated with fever. It will also help to relieve you from stomach upset due to mucous drainage.The good news about ginger is that unlike some other herbal remedies, it’s a delicious answer to what ails your body. Ginger is very pleasant to the taste and drinking ginger tea is not a chore.Keeping ginger a part of your everyday routine can also be good for your health. It’s thought to decrease the number of infections that you get and actually improve your heart health. Ginger is thought to help reduce cholesterol and actually keep the arteries free from plaque that can lead to heart disease.Once made into a tea or ice tea, you can add peppermint, honey, or lemon to mask the taste of the ginger. Here’s why you should have this soothing beverage.Known benefits of ginger tea, summed up:Boosts immunityRelieves nauseaImproves stomach performanceReduces inflammationFights respiratory problemsImproves blood circulationRelieves menstrual discomfortRelieves stress& ...This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.Unlike how many tea bags in the market tend to be made, our teabags are not filled with residues of the loose leaf teas but contain exactly the loose leaf teas we sell by weight.

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CUP CHARACTERISTICS: Full green tea notes. Light floral notes. Pungent and spicy with a warmth ending. The pairing of Ginger and Turmeric offers all the heat, spice and nourishment one could ask for. According to Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India, Turmeric offers a plethora of benefits for the body. Practitioners believe the spice can promote digestion, support the brain and nervous system, and keep body cells functioning at their best, thanks to an abundance of natural antioxidants. On the other hand, Ginger, often colloquially described as an Ayurvedic medicine chest, is said to help ease joint pain, help the body absorb nutrients and eliminate bodily waste. INGREDIENTS: Green tea, Black tea, Turmeric, Bael Nut, Ginger pieces, Red and Blue Cornflower petals, Natural flavors (organic compliant). INGREDIENTS FROM: Kenya / Thailand / India / Albania CAFFEINE LEVEL: Low IDEAL BREWING TEMPERATURE: 85ºC/185ºF. STEEPING TIME: 4-5 min INFUSION: Bright bronze/copper Pour a freshly brewed cup over ice and you'll have yourself a new favorite warm-weather treat! ICED TEA DIRECTIONS: CUP OF ICED TEA: The only difference for brewing iced tea is that you double the amount of loose leaf tea you use per cup of water. For example, Instead of using 1 tsp per cup, use 2 tsp. This is because once you’re done steeping the tea, you are going to add ice. Adding ice dilutes it. PITCHER OF ICED TEA: When brewing tea to ice, you can use a specialty iced tea pitcher. Cold Brew Method Add 7-10 tsp loose leaf tea to the 50 oz pitcher Gently pour 2 cups hot water first, then 4 cups cold water Place pitcher in fridge. Steep 2 -6 hours. Pour to serve! Hot Brew Method Add 7-10 tsp loose leaf tea to the 50 oz pitcher Gently pour 3 cups hot water first, steep 2-5 minutes Add 2-3 cups ice cold water with ice cubes Pour to serve!

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The ginger rhizome has been cultivated in the Asian tropics for over 3,000 years. Prized for its health benefits and sweet and spicy flavor, candied ginger can be enjoyed in a multitude of ways. Put India Tree Candied Thai Ginger on ice cream and fruit salads, in tea, or eat it right out of the jar. Size: 1.5 oz (42 g) Origin: Product of Thailand

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Brighten your mood and awaken your taste buds with this soothing blend of tangy, sunny citrus and the lingering warmth of ginger. Sit back and enjoy some much-needed relaxation with this uplifting blend. Our Stash Lemon Ginger is an interesting blend of ginger root, lemongrass, lemon flavor, safflower, hibiscus and citric acid. This lively tisane offers wide-awake flavor without any caffeine. It combines the puckery taste of lemon with the sharp, lingering bite of ginger, making it a great sipping drink. Add a bit of honey for a sweeter, smoother drink. Shop our Lemon Ginger Herbal Tea in tea bags IngredientsGinger root, lemongrass, safflower, hibiscus, natural lemon flavor, citric acid Steeping Instructions3-5 minutes at 190-209 degrees Fahrenheit CaffeinatedNo Cups to Grams 100 grams makes 45-50 cups

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Inspired by award-winning chef and bakerNancy Silverton, this rendition of Ginger Lemonade is made from just two simple ingredients: meyer lemon juice and Peruvian ginger.

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Crystallized Ginger is fresh ginger root cooked in sugar syrup and dried. It has a wonderful sweet, spicy taste and is commonly used in desserts and is also eaten like candy. Crystallized Ginger has been used to soothe upset stomachs as well.

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(Zingiber officinale) Ginger is the root of a flowering plant. Ginger root powder is less lemony but lends a warm, pungent, spicier flavor than fresh ginger, and is very aromatic and sharp on the tongue. It can withstand high cooking temperatures without compromising the flavor. Can be stored at room temperature, requires less preparation and will keep longer than fresh ginger. Use in baked goods, seasoning mixes or added to savory sauces, curries, chutneys, salad dressings, beverages. Ginger tea made from ground ginger, stimulate blood circulation, will help prevent the nausea and improve digestion.

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Our best-selling True Ginger Syrup is made from whole ginger root and organic cane sugar, as opposed to extracts used in most commercial ginger beer. We painstakingly peel and juice fresh ginger root to give your cocktails a spicy ginger kick. We put a whole pound of ginger root in every bottle, so you're not paying for sugar water with a little ginger flavor. This concentrate syrup is great mixed with club soda or seltzer to make homemade ginger beer. We recommend a 1:4 ratio of our ginger syrup to club soda. If you prefer a beverage closer to ginger ale, a 1:6 ratio may be more appropriate (this means you get 32 ginger beer cocktails out of every bottle).  One 16oz. bottle makes 16 drinks. Shelf stable for 12 months. Refrigerate after opening. Will keep refrigerated for 6 months. Settling of ingredients is completely normal. Shake before use for more spicy ginger flavor. Try it in a: Moscow Mule or Penicillin.   

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FLAVOR NOTES: The piquant and spicy character of ginger is mellowed with the sweet character of peaches. Try it iced and become a believer! Here we have combined the Queen of spices with one of nature's most exotic fruits-namely the peach! The result is a delightful taste of peach with mild spice. A perfect mid morning tea! Also, as this tea offers a sweet and fanciful taste of Peach, seasoned with the tingle of spicy ginger, it is exceptional over ice. INGREDIENTS: Black tea, Papaya pieces, Blackberry leaves, Ginger, Calendula petals, Peach pieces, Sunflowers petals, Natural flavors (organic compliant). INGREDIENTS FROM: Sri Lanka / Kenya / India / Thailand / France / China / Egypt / Poland CAFFEINE LEVEL: Medium IDEAL BREWING TEMPERATURE: 100ºC/212ºF STEEPING TIME: 4-5 min INFUSION: Bright and coppery Pour a freshly brewed cup over ice and you'll have yourself a new favorite warm-weather treat! ICED TEA DIRECTIONS: CUP OF ICED TEA: The only difference for brewing iced tea is that you double the amount of loose leaf tea you use per cup of water. For example, Instead of using 1 tsp per cup, use 2 tsp. This is because once you’re done steeping the tea, you are going to add ice. Adding ice dilutes it. PITCHER OF ICED TEA: When brewing tea to ice, you can use a specialty iced tea pitcher. Cold Brew Method Add 7-10 tsp loose leaf tea to the 50 oz pitcher Gently pour 2 cups hot water first, then 4 cups cold water Place pitcher in fridge. Steep 2 -6 hours. Pour to serve! Hot Brew Method Add 7-10 tsp loose leaf tea to the 50 oz pitcher Gently pour 3 cups hot water first, steep 2-5 minutes Add 2-3 cups ice cold water with ice cubes Pour to serve!

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(Zingiber Officinale) Ginger is the root of a flowering plant. Dried ginger root is less lemony but lends a warm, pungent, spicier flavor than fresh ginger, and is very aromatic and sharp on the tongue. It can withstand high cooking temperatures without compromising the flavor. Dried ginger root can be ground or crushed, used in baked goods, seasoning mixes or added to savory sauces, curries, chutneys, salad dressings, marinades, beverages. Dried ginger root tea stimulate blood circulation, help prevent the nausea, improve digestion.

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