Why You Should Start Drinking Ginger Tea And Here’s The Correct Way To Make It


There’s nothing better than a steaming cup of tea to start your day.

While green tea has its benefits, why not switch it up a little and give ginger a try.  After all, the health benefits of ginger tea are amazing.

And if you’re still craving your matcha, you can always grab another cup in afternoon.

Here are 6 reasons to drink ginger tea at least once a day.

6 Health Benefits Of Ginger Tea

Ginger is a powerful root that really deserves a second thought.

1. Anti-inflammatory

Chronic inflammation has been associated with cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, arthritis, Alzheimer’s disease, pulmonary diseases and autoimmune diseases.

Ginger contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds which protect the body from these ailments and eases inflammatory pain in the muscles and joints.

2. Boosts Immune System

Ginger contains active compounds called gingerols, and gingerdiol, which have antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties.

Additionally, ginger also boosts the body’s ability to naturally fight off infection, making it the perfect cure for the cold and flu.  This has to be one of the top health benefits of ginger tea.

3. Helps Digestion

Ginger contains gingerols and shogaol, which stimulate the natural process of digestion and increases nutrient absorption.

The root also prevents constipation, heals gastric lesions and fights bloating, nausea, vomiting, cramps and diarrhea.

4. Promotes Circulation

Ginger keeps your blood flowing normally by fighting markers of cardiovascular disease, like high blood pressure and high cholesterol.

It also prevents stroke and heart attack by clearing away arterial plaque, a sticky mix of fatty substances and calcium which builds up in the lining of the artery wall and restricts blood flow.

5. Fights Cancer

By fighting inflammation, ginger works against the development of cancer by preventing the promotion, survival, proliferation and metastasis of cancer cells.

It’s been proven to work against lymphoma, liver, prostate, pancreas, lung, colorectal, breast, skin and bladder cancer.

6. Boosts Brain Power

Daily ginger consumption improves memory and cognition by protecting the brain from oxidative stress, apoptosis, and inflammation.

It’s particularly helpful in enhancing cognitive ability in middle-aged women. The root also acts as a sedative to helps relax an overactive mind and clear mental fog.

So those are the health benefits of ginger tea.  Here’s how you make it!

6 Ginger Tea Recipes

Find out how to make ginger tea by looking through the recipes below.

1. Ginger Honey Tea

This basic recipe is the basis for all the other recipes on this list. Make sure to steep for the whole 10-15 minutes to make sure all the beneficial compound in the root make it into your tea.

You’ll need:

  • A small ceramic saucepan
  • 1 cup of water
  • 4 to 6 thin slices of raw ginger
  • Raw organic honey (to taste)


  1. In the saucepan, bring water to a boil over high heat.
  2. Add ginger slices and reduce heat.
  3. Simmer for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Remove from heat and serve with honey.

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