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Ginger Tea for Wellbeing

 Do you suffer from indigestion? Colds in the winter? Achey muscles or painful cramps? We have a natural remedy for you and it is delicious Ginger Tea! 

 Originally grown in Asia ginger tea has long been used medicinally for around 2000 years. In fact there is an old Indian proverb that says “everything good is found in ginger” which is why its a key ingredient in many Ayurvedic medicinal recipes, as well as Chinese and Western medicine.

 Why is Ginger Tea so good for you? The spicy root is low in saturated fats and rich in vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, copper manganese, sodium, fibre and protein. It also contains several essential amino acids. This means it can be used to solve many common ailments. Let’s take at some of the benefits:

  •  Nausea & Indigestion - Ginger contains gingerols and shogaols, both are very active compounds which can help to alleviate stomach upset and nausea. Gingerol helps to stimulation saliva and gastric juices, aiding digestion. Sipping on a Ginger Tea before travelling can help to sooth the symptoms of travel sickness, as well as general nausea and sickness during pregnancy. 
  • Blood Circulation - Ginger is a vasodilator, meaning it helps to open up blood vessels allowing your circulation to flow more freely and being packed full of vitamins, minerals and amino acids means that ginger can help to restore your blood circulation and health.
  •  Muscle Cramps- Ginger has anti inflammatory properties and can work wonders for achey cramp muscles and menstrual pains. If you have any niggling aches or pains, try applying a warm compress soaked with ginger tea to the area, while drinking a cup and you should find that they ease up. 
  • Immune System- Antioxidants found in the root aid your body in mopping up free radicals in your body and help to support your body immune system. 
  • Happiness- Its delightful aroma and fiery warming flavour mean that Ginger tea can be a great stress reliever. And minimal stress is key to optimal mental and physical health. 
So sit down with your hands around a cup of steamy ginger tea and honey and feel your worries melt away. We stock several different variations of Ginger Tea including Ginger and Honey, Ginger Dream, Ayurvedic Women’s Activity Tea ,Lemon and Ginger Sencha Green Tea and more. So it’s simply a case of finding one that you enjoy, brewing up a cup and sipping your way to better health and relaxation!

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