Honey Lemon Ginger Tea Recipe And Remedy

honey lemon ginger remedy



Ginger, honey and lemon – Tea Recipe

Ginger is rich in essential oils, potassium, manganese, copper, magnesium and vitamin B, and in combination with honey and lemon gives our body the right “energy bomb”. Ginger among other relieves pain, helps the treatment of arthritis, reduces inflammation, and is also used in weight loss because it speeds up metabolism. It is certainly the best foods for winter days, because then the colds are more often, and ginger certainly prevents colds. Before using, it is important to note a few things.
When buying honey, it is better to look for organic because they are very significant differences in quality, which is very important. Use wooden, plastic or porcelain spoon, because in contact with the metal, honey loses some of its medicinal properties. Also, honey should be put in a warm liquid not in hot because it loses some of his healthy properties. If you do not have access to the domestic or organic lemon, always remove the peel because it is full of pesticides.

Honey lemon ginger tea
Honey lemon ginger tea

Ginger tea, honey and lemon

Ingredients:

1 liter  or (34 fluid oz.) of water, ginger root, about 5 cm in length

Preparation:

Ginger – Wash and clean, then chop into small cubes or grate.
Boil the water and insert it in the prepared ginger.
Simmer for 15 to 20 minutes.
Remove the pieces of ginger.
Allow the tea to cool slightly, add in the honey and lemon to taste.
Ginger tea can be drunk while it is still warm or you can put it in the fridge add a little ice cubes and drink it as ice tea.

Ginger, honey and lemon remedy

Ingredients:

300 grams or  (10.5 oz.) of honey and 3 lemons and ginger to taste, depending on how much you like the taste of ginger.

Preparation:

Lemons -Remove the lemon peel, slice it and take out the seeds.
Ginger – Wash and peel, then grate and squeeze the juice.
Add all ingredients in a blender, mix well, and then store in a glass jar. Use 1 to 2 tablespoons a day, diluted in water or independently.

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