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Fresh Ginger Tea

Portion: 2 Serves Preparation: 5 min Cooking: 10 min
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Hello Dear Friends,

In fact, I have been so sick for a week that those who call me do not recognize my voice, can we talk to Ms. Nilay? he says :) In fact, the other day, some even thought it was my wife. As a matter of fact, I usually went to the doctor on the first day because he worked hard and I didn't want to stay behind.

Fortunately, I didn't have to be out of the house all the time like last week. This time, I was both intense and stubborn, I guess I didn't go to the doctor either. The body is allergic and my nose is completely blocked in the slightest cold.

ginger tea

Fortunately, I solved the problem with 1 small dose of allergy pills and herbal teas. The thing that relieved me the most during this period was the Ginger Tea, which I am sharing with you right now. You all know fresh ginger now. As the weather started to get colder, he even started to enter the markets in the neighborhood.

As far as I have read, it is a very good anti-inflammatory thanks to a substance called "gingerol" in it. Apart from strengthening the immune system, it is also good for joint pain.


You can also add different fruits to this tea. Apart from the cloves, you can also use cinnamon sticks.

I will share another post with you as soon as possible, but ginger honey Don't forget to check out my syrup recipe too.

Video Description of the Recipe:

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Ingredients for Fresh Ginger Tea Recipe

  • 1 small piece of ginger (30 g)
  • half a lemon
  • half an orange
  • 3-4 cloves of cloves
  • ball
  • 3-4 cups of boiling water

How to Make Fresh Ginger Tea Recipe?

  1. Wash the ginger, lemon and orange.
  2. Peel the ginger with a vegetable peeler or a teaspoon and slice as thinly as you can.
  3. Slice half of the orange and lemon into rounds.
  4. Fill a glass teapot or jug ​​with boiling water.
  5. Add the ginger, orange and lemon pieces to the hot water.
  6. Add the clove grains, add a little honey if desired and mix.
  7. After 10 minutes, flatten and serve.


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