Ginger

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a powerful and zingy-tasting rhizome/root to have as an ally. Known the world over as a primo digestive aid, ginger is a special spice that will wow you with its versatility and stimulating properties. Ginger tea is delicious hot or cold and great as a morning uplifter or as a stomach-soothing post-dinner digestif. People of all ages love ginger tea and enjoy its relaxing and refreshing zesty character. Ginger tea feels good if your tummy feels “off.” It’s also a great tea for the afternoon slump as its stimulating fresh flavor creates a feeling of focus in the mind. Ginger has been used for thousands of years to improve vitality and promote longevity.

Additions: Ginger tea is an especially soothing drink paired with honey and a slice of lemon when you’re feeling a scratchy throat, when your immunity is run down, or when you just want a very warming, satisfying, and tasty cup of tea.

Topical Care: Ginger tea’s warming and invigorating benefits can be used as a hair rinse and or bath/foot bath. Steep 2-3 tea bags for 5 minutes (covering your mug so that the medicinal aromas don’t escape), allow to cool, and rinse your hair. Don’t rinse out! For a foot bath or regular bath, steep 4-6 tea bags in a covered vessel for 5 minutes and add to your bath and enjoy.

Primary Actions: Promotes sinus and respiratory health, encourages healthy digestion, offers relief when feeling bloated & gassy, promotes mental and emotional warmth. Great for tired feet and to invigorate the mind

  • Keywords: Warming, soothing, reliable, uplifting, digestion-promoting
  • Persona: Spicy, spunky, open, easy to be around, helpful
  • Flavor/Aroma/Feeling: Warming, spicy, zesty, invigorating, & uplifting

General Safety and ContraindicationsIf you have a medical condition or take pharmaceutical drugs, please consult with your health care practitioner before using this product.  Consult your primary health care provider prior to use if pregnant, lactating, or with children under 12 years of age.