Our loose leaf Lemongrass and Ginger Tea is certified organic, caffeine and sugar free. This simple blend produces a complex array of sensations, refreshing and zesty, yet sweet and spicy. The vibrant ginger’s spicy and warming aroma is complemented by the lemongrass’s citrusy scent and flavour. The two ingredients pair perfectly, curating an exotic and uplifting infusion.
Use 1 heaped teaspoon per cup of freshly boiled water (100°C). Allow to brew for a minimum of 5 minutes before drinking. This lemon and ginger tea infusion can be served hot or cold as an iced tea with a slice of lemon.
Lemongrass and ginger tea benefits:
Ginger tea with lemongrass is traditionally used to alleviate stomach cramps, ease digestion and reduce nausea.
Lemongrass Naturally high in Vitamin A and C, folic acid, magnesium and zinc, lemongrass has many beneficial medicinal properties such as its anti-inflammatory, antidepressant and antibacterial features. Therefore, it is effective in easing digestion and detoxification. Furthermore, it is good for treating the cold and flu, as it naturally provides relief in headache and helps to unclog the blocked nasal passages.
Ginger Daily intakes of ginger can positively impact the wellbeing, as it naturally boosts the immune system and strengthens the respiratory function. Drinking a tea containing ginger before travelling can help prevent the nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. You can also drink a cuppa at the first sign of nausea to relieve the symptom. Additionally it is useful in improving digestion and increasing absorption of food, as it can reduce bloating after eating too much.
Pregnancy – Can Lemongrass and Ginger Tea help relief nausea and morning sickness?
Yes, the combination of lemongrass and ginger is most commonly known for its anti-emetic properties, making it effective in relieving nausea. It is useful in treating morning sickness, easing heartburn as well as motion car sickness.
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