Ginger & Turmeric Tea
Turmeric and ginger aren't new foods; both have been consumed for thousands of years. Ginger has its origins in ancient China, where it was used as both a spice and a medicine. It was long considered an herbal remedy for motion sickness, nausea, pain and digestive distress. From there, it spread through Asia and on to Europe and is now a household staple for many. Turmeric has also been historically grown in southeast Asia, with India still being the primary producer. Both foods come from the part of the plant called the rhizome, a stem that grows underground and produces shoots off its sides, similar to a root system. Both plants actually grow beautiful flowers above the ground when they are ready to be harvested.
Ginger: A natural anti-inflammatory and is widely known to help ease an upset stomach. It helps to improve metabolism and works to lower your blood sugar.
Turmeric: This yellow spice is high in antioxidants. It has many proven benefits including easing the symptoms of arthritis and heart disease.
Serving size per pouch is 28-days. Infuse one teaspoonful of tea with 1 cup of boiling water. Let it stand for 5 minutes.
The pouch - 70 gm (2.5 ozs)
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