Ginger Mint Tea. A Welcome Digestive Boost

Try our Ginger Mint Tea Recipe, Its refreshing, calming and will ease digestive stomach upsets particularly when you don’t feel like eating anything at all

Digestive Food – Refreshing Ginger Mint Tea

This delicious Ginger & Mint Tea recipe is warm, spicy and refreshing.

Ginger Mint Tea - A digestive BoostGinger contains anti-spasmodic qualities and helps to quell nausea. It is also used to relieve morning sickness during pregnancy.

Mint Leaves - Used in ginger mint teaPeppermint is used in hospitals for its potent calming elements which reduce gas and associated discomfort after abdominal surgery.

This gentle, calming tea will sooth your stomach when digestive upsets prevent you from eating anything at all, as well as relieving cramps and indigestion caused by fatty foods.

Ingredients for Ginger Mint Tea … You will need

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  • 450 gm (16oz) of fresh root ginger
  • 6 sprigs of fresh peppermint
  • 1.1 litres (2 pints) of still mineral water

Preparation and Cooking

Peel and thinly slice the ginger. Wash the mint leaves and boil the mineral water

Place the sliced ginger and mint into large heat-proof jug and add the hot mineral water.

Leave to stand for at least 15 minutes before drinking.

Make a large batch of Ginger Mint tea and store what you don’t use in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.

To really enjoy your Ginger Mint tea, incorporate it into your regular detox or weekend de-stress when you snuggle up with a good book or an old film.

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