THE PERFECT HERBAL TEA


CREATE YOUR OWN HERBAL TEA


Creating your own tea is easy, tasty and cheaper than purchasing pre-made herbal tea bags. You can play around with your favourite herbs and get the right tea for you. You can make your herbal tea from fresh herbs from your garden or pot plants, you can have them dried or you can use your ground spices from your local supermarket. My favourite is ginger and lemon, so I either buy fresh ginger and crush or just use my ground ginger from my spice rack.


Again living and eating just the way nature intended. Tea made from ingredients from nature no preservatives no artificial colouring or flavours. Your body loves anything from nature and will thank you for looking after it so well

BENEFITS OF HERBAL TEA:


  • Bursting with antioxidants to protect you against oxidative stress and lower the risk of chronic disease

  • Bursting with vitamins and great for boosting the immune system

  • Anti bacterial, anti viral properties to ward off invaders like the naughty COVID-19

  • Anti inflammatory properties

  • Good for skin and bone health

  • Clears brain fog and bring mental clarity

  • Good for gut health and digestion

  • Some herbs help to achieve a good night sleep, which is vital for overall good health

GINGER AND LEMON TEA:


INGREDIENTS:


  • 1 cup boiling water

  • ½ teaspoon ground ginger or 1 inch fresh ginger(crushed)

  • ½ lemon juice

  • Add the ginger and lemon to the boiled water

  • Let it infuse for 5-10 minutes

  • Voila your tea is ready, I love this fresh ginger and lemon tea and the aroma awakens me for the day and it is so gingerly to taste

  • You can add honey to taste (Optional)

SAGE TEA:


  • Sage leaves Fresh or dried (2-3 Tablespoon)

  • Add to a cup of boiled water and infuse for 10minutes

GINGER & TUMERIC TEA:


  • 1 cup boiling water

  • ½ teaspoon ginger

  • ½ tespoon tumeric

  • A pinch of blackpepper this is to help with the tumeric absorption

The list is endless you can make:


  • Liqourice and fennel tea

  • Peppermint tea

  • Mint tea

  • Lemongrass tea

  • Fennel tea

If you had not thought about creating your own tea, now is the time to try anything while there is so much time in your hands during the lockdown

REMEMBER EAT WELL TO LIVE HEALTHY

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