Stomach Calming Immunity Ginger Tea
One of the most misunderstood side effects associated with a intestinal disease or stomach issue is the nausea that comes with it. Severe, debilitating nausea. Ginger and tea (always caffeine free) are two natural ways to provide much needed relief. Ginger is one of my main staple ingredients in this process of healing.
The inspiration for this tea is the same as the message above. To relieve nausea and provide antioxidant support to help calm and heal your body. Plus, it has a sweet spicy flavor that's quite enjoyable on the pallet.
1 tbsp Fresh Ginger, minced
3 Lavender buds
6-8 Mint leaves
1 tsp Burdock root
1 Lemon slice
½ tsp Cinnamon
Bring 2 cups of purified water to boil
Lower heat to a simmer and cover
Let simmer for 10-15 minutes
Combine lavender, mint and burdock root into unbleached tea packet (for the one I recommend click here)
Pour ginger (strained or not, your preference) into mug
Place in tea packet, squeeze lemon, add cinnamon and let steep for 3-5 minutes
The blend of ginger, lavender, burdock root and mints provide a calming stress relief while the antioxidants and nutrients detoxify, clean and heal the blood and body.
What We Avoided:
With going organic we avoided ingesting synthetic fertilizers associated with the growing practices of inorganic foods. Also, using a unbleached tea bag creates one more simple change toward cleaning this entire thing up.