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Loose Tea with Ginger

Due to its distinctive taste and its versatile healing effects, ginger is particularly popular as a tea ingredient. A classic example is ginger tea with lemon and honey. But ginger is also popular as ginger-orange, as an ingredient in Christmas tea blends or in delicious herbal teas. As a preventive and immune-boosting measure, you can drink a litre of ginger tea a day to stimulate digestion and metabolic processes or to alleviate stomach complaints. If you have an acute cold or flu, you can drink a little more. Gaiwan offers you a large selection of fresh, predominantly organic teas with ginger as an ingredient. Why not take a look at our range right now?

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Ginger Health Benefits

Ginger has been a well-known and popular spice and remedy for around 5000 years. Its origin and the first records of it can be found in China and India, but even the ancient Romans apparently knew about the delicious taste and healing powers of the ginger root. In the western world, ginger has become increasingly important in the kitchen in recent decades. Whether as a spice, as a cooking ingredient, in baking or as a tea ingredient, it is hard to imagine the kitchen without fresh ginger.

Every year, new findings are found about the possible positive influences of ginger on the body. No matter in which form - as a tea, in food or as a capsule - medicine is unanimous: ginger provides real all-round protection for the immune system. Due to its inherent pungency, ginger naturally stimulates blood circulation. This promotes circulation and digestion and can prevent headaches and relieve joint pain. Ginger also has an anti-inflammatory effect and helps with nausea and flatulence. Especially in times of changing weather, a few cups of ginger tea can strengthen the immune system and thus prevent colds.