Benefits of Tea: Ginger Lemon Tea

 Benefits of Tea: Ginger Lemon Tea

Benefits of Tea Ginger Lemon Recipe Cold Flu Home Remedy

Post inspired by Freepeople and Jeanna Stewart

If your the type of person that is afraid of catching a cold, I am the same way. The reason is because usually when I catch a cold, that cold will last for weeks. Having a drippy nose and stuffy head can hold you back from doing simple tasks around the home and at work. A healthy solution? Ginger Lemon Tea.

This post you'll learn some benefits of drinking this tea and a great easy recipe to try at home. 

Making your own homemade ginger lemon tea is much better than heading to your local drug store. It is also a very easy home remedy. The top benefits of ginger lemon tea is that it helps aid nausea, motion sickness and digestion. Adding ginger to your tea can help prevent future colds or the flu. So if you see any coworkers or family members coughing and sneezing, guard yourself with tea with add a bit of ginger and lemon.


Adding lemons will add a lot of vitamin C which is also great for the immune system. Then, to add some high antioxidants, raw honey is a great addition to include in this recipe. 

So the next time you feel a little sick, give yourself some extra love with the recipe below. 


Ginger-Lemon Tea Recipe 



2 lemons

Honey, to taste


Steps To Make Ginger Lemon Tea

1. Peel and grate/mince the ginger. Fair warning: ginger is pretty powerful and potent so a little goes a long way. I typically grate a piece about 2″ long.

2. Cut a few thin slices of lemon and ginger and muddle it together in the bottom of the pot.

3. Squeeze in the juice of one lemon.

4. Add roughly 3-4 cups of water into the pot and simmer on low for about 15 minutes.

5. Add in some honey (personal preference) but I often like mine a bit sweeter.

6. Top with a couple slices of lemon and enjoy!

* Photographed by Jeanne Stewart from Home With Her. Visit their blog for more recipes…



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