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Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea
Recipe By: Hosseyn,  Photo by: Woodsy

About this Recipe:

HosseynHosseyn: Winter is getting closer so it wouldn't be bad to be prepared for hours of watching the snow beside the fire place. Ginger tea is not only a normal tea but also has some useful herbal medicine effects. First of all the taste of the tea is spicy and hot! So this tea is a double-hot one, first because of its taste second because you drink it when it's hot. It also invigorates the stomach and is used as a home remedy for indigestion, nausea, and to ward off colds, flu, and sore throats.

Main Ingredients:

Ginger: five tiny slices (if powdered less than a teaspoon)
Lemon: 1 medium
Honey: 2 tsp


1. Fill up your teakettle and get it boiling.

2. Meanwhile, grate or slice a one-inch piece of fresh ginger root. (you can use dried and powdered ginger too)

3. Get a thermos out.

4. Put the ginger in the thermos.

5. When your water is boiled, pour it in the thermos.

6. Cover it up and let it sit for 20 minutes.

7. Pour into a teacup.

8. Squeeze one fresh lemon completely in one cup of tea.

9. If you want to sweeten the tea then honey is the first choice. If using honey then let the hot tea loose some temperature.

10. Add some biscuits beside your cup and enjoy! If it's your first time drinking ginger tea then the spicy taste may shock you, but after some minutes you'll like the result. Too many drinks of ginger tea is not recommended, drink one cup per day if living in cold weather. You'll be surprised on its enlivening effects on your mood and behaviour.

Published on December 16, 2008
Last edited on February 8, 2009

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Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
5 min
Ready in
25 min
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Average rating: 3.67

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Comments: 5

Fateme(ofelia), Guest2008 Dec 18
Average rating: 3
wonderful HOSSEYN!!!!!!!!!!

Jamie, Guest2010 Dec 22
I'm confused... you say we need five tiny slices of ginger root, but then you say to only cut a one-inch squared piece. Also, how much water is being used in this recipe?

Maria, Guest2011 Jul 07

Stephanie, Guest from: United States2012 Dec 24
Average rating: 4
A one inch piece will give you about five slices and it says to fill up a tea kettle with water and boil, My tea kettle holds about four cups. I hope I've helped you Ladies out!

Karen, Guest from: Phila.2016 Jan 03
Why do you say only one cup of hot ginger tea is recommended if living in cold weather?

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