Health Benefits of Ginger TeaGinger tea has been used for centuries across the globe to help with digestion and nausea including: motion sickness and nausea from pregnancy; including, morning sickness. Ginger has also been known to help alleviate menstrual cramps and manage the symptoms from headaches and migraines. In China, ginger is used to ease cold symptoms.
Ginger has a long history of medicinal uses. Its’ medicinal origins date back to when Ayurvedic medicine was being used in India and throughout the Orient. The use of ginger and its benefits soon travelled north to Europe and the Middle East and was introduced to the Americans in the 16th Century.
Ginger, for many years has been recommended by herbalists and naturopathic doctors as a regulator of blood cholesterol. It has also been used as an anti-inflammatory in aiding with the treatment of certain types of arthritis and muscle aches.
No specific interactions between ginger and conventional medication are known; however, if you are taking any medications including blood thinners or cholesterol medication it is advisable to first seek medical advice before consuming ginger tea.
To ensure both the quality and integrity of the tea is maintained, see our articles How to Steep Tea Correctly and the Importance of Proper Storage of Tea.
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How to Steep Tea Correctly
Importance of Proper Storage of Tea