Ginger Root Powder Tea


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Zen’s Ginger root gives every cup a flavor and feeling of warmth, clarity, and spice (no caffeine).


Zen’s Ginger root gives every cup a flavor and feeling of warmth, clarity, and spice. Ginger root has been used traditionally to improve a wide range of bodily functions. As a tea, Ginger has been proven to operate as a potent anti-inflammatory, soothing agent for digestive discomfort, and a tool to improve blood circulation and pressure. This tea is commonly offered during pregnancy.

“Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) is a member of the Zingiberaceae family of plants. It has been a part of healing strategies in Asia, India, Europe, and the Middle East for centuries for treatment of such disorders as arthritis, stomach upset, asthma, diabetes, and menstrual irregularities, to name a few. There is scientific support that ginger may alleviate the symptoms of nausea and vomiting following pregnancy, surgery, cancer therapy, or motion sickness and suggestive evidence that ginger reduces inflammation and pain.”

Singletary, Keith PhD. “Ginger: An Overview of Health Benefits.” Nutrition Today. Vol. 45, Issue 4, July-August 2010, 171-183. 

For information regarding Ginger root tea being used for pregnant women and nursing mothers click on the link Is Tea Safe To Drink During Pregnancy? plea Reviewed by Dr. Njoud Jweihan, MD | Updated June 29, 2019 | TagsPregnancy Safety

“Ginger Root Tea: Ginger is widely used across cultures to combat nausea. This is a great option to try if you suffer from pregnancy-related nausea.” Quote

Preparation Steps

Brewing your tea doesn’t have to be hard; follow these steps for the perfect cup of tea.

1 tsp per 8 oz
8-12 oz
Mix into near boiling water, cold water, or milk/milk alternative of your choice. Also good for baking.

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inflammation, digestive health, immunity, relaxation

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