Ginger Tea with Honey

Ginger Tea with Honey


How you prepare your Ginger Tea with Honey. Boil a cup of water and then take 2 tablespoons of the Ginger Tea and Honey  and add to your hot cup of water.




Help to ease digestive discomfort
Ginger tea is probably most well-known for its potential to soothe digestive issues, and in particular for helping ease nausea. One study even suggests it may be just as effective as some medications, but with fewer side effects, in the case of morning sickness.

2. Anti-inflammatory
Ginger contains key phytonutrients known as gingerols, and research has shown that these can have an antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory effect which, when drunk as a tea, may help support a healthy microbiome.

3. Help to reduce blood pressure
A 2017 study found that those who consume ginger on a daily basis had a decreased risk of hypertension. While the study didn’t look specifically at ginger tea, it may be useful to consume ginger tea if you have high blood pressure.

4. Aid weight loss
There have been a few studies into the benefits of ginger when it comes to weight and obesity. A review of this research highlighted that ginger may have a positive impact on obesity through a number of different mechanisms, including appetite control and increasing thermogenesis (heat production). Again, this research is not specific to ginger tea, but it may be beneficial to include ginger tea as part of a balanced diet.

5. Ease headaches and There’s been a fair amount of research into ginger and its pain-relieving properties, including its potential benefit for those who struggle with headaches and migraines. Drinking ginger tea, therefore, may also help both prevent and relieve headaches.

6. Antioxidant rich
Ginger is high in antioxidants and has been shown to have life effects on tumor cells, in particular pancreatic and colon cancer – consuming ginger tea regularly may offer a preventative effect. Plus so much more!!!!!!!!!

How do I include ginger tea in my diet?
Ginger tea can be consumed at any time of day. It works well as a pick-me-up first thing in the morning, but you may also find it helps after a meal to ease digestion.