Ginger Orange Tea

This herbal infusion contains no tea leaves and no caffeine.  It's perfect for expecting moms, chemotherapy patients, or anyone with an upset tummy.

"For centuries, ginger has been the go-to root for a wide range of gastrointestinal distresses. Researchers believe its compounds stimulate digestive secretions, improve intestinal muscle tone, and help move food through the gastrointestinal tract. "Ginger, sipped in tea or eaten straight up, is best," says Sari Greaves, RD, of New York Presbyterian Hospital."

Prepare as a hot or cold drink.  It cannot be over brewed

Caffeine Free

Tea Preparation: 

  • Water temperature 212 degrees 3-7 minutes

Sold by the ounce.

Ingredients: Dried ginger, orange peel, lemongrass

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