Ginger tea means different things to different people, but overall, ginger is a potent spice and many are looking for tea with a strong ginger component for its digestive, warming or germ busting properties.
Ginger cultivation began in South Asia and has since spread to East Africa and the Caribbean. Ginger can be found in many Asian home remedies and cooking. In China, after childbirth, ginger fried rice with egg is almost a must for the mother, to regain strength while expelling the (internal) wind from the body due to childbirth.
Ginger Tea is one of the many warming teas we stock. However, you will not find it under “ginger tea” as it can be referring to a number of gingery drinks. So here are our recommendations.
Herbal Tea (Infusion):
Ginger Kiss (most popular “Ginger Tea”)
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