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Ginger is loaded with health benefits, and this dried thai ginger tea is one of the best ways to get them. Simply drop a few pieces into your cup, steep it like a tea, or add it to your other favorite tea for a delicious, spicy drink you can enjoy all day. 

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Nausea

Ginger has been used for centuries as a cure for nausea and vomiting caused by morning and motion sickness.

Immune Booster

Ginger contains gingerol and shogaol, which eliminate free radicals and toxins that can make you sick.

Lung Health

Ginger works to prevent the immune system response that causes wheezing, itchy eyes, and sneezing.

Circulation

Ginger is a vasodilator that opens blood vessels and allows blood to flow more easily.

Weight Loss

Ginger may aid weight loss by making it easier for the digestive system to break down fats in the intestines.

Inflammation

Ginger tea has anti-inflammatory properties that may ease muscle and joint pain caused by arthritis, cramps and osteoarthritis.

Why Thai Ginger Tea?

Ginger root serves as the base of many recipes, especially Thai. Ginger is known to cure a plethora of ailments, including indigestion, lack of appetite, the common cold, and nausea. 

This tea is from Sing Buri, Thailand, and is best prepared by infusing the ginger in boiling water and then adding in honey and lemon. The two additions will add a tang to the heat of the ginger pieces.

Brewing Instructions

Use 1 tsp per 8oz of boiling water, and let steep for 5-10 minutes.

Steep 6 teaspoons in a quart of boiling water, then add 3 quarts cold water and refrigerate.

Mix with lemon, sugar, honey, mint, and anything else you like to have with ginger!

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Customer Reviews

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I WON'T BE ORDERING THIS AGAIN - HAS NO GINGER FLAVOR

I have had Ginger teas before. This one has no ginger flavor what so ever. my son whom likes Ginger tea feels the same way. I only used the tea once. And, I will not even be finishing it. It's not worth it. It doesn t taste like ginger at all.

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New taste

I have never tried Ginger tea before. It might be an acquired taste for me. Right now, I am having some as iced tea. It might be more enjoyable when the weather is cold. It is sort of cooling and refreshing.

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Thai Ginger Tea

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Very Potent!

I love this ginger tea! I am used to tea bags you buy in the store and I would usually use 2 bags to get that strong ginger taste. This is so much different! It is very strong, but in a good way. It has that "bite" of ginger you can feel at the back of your throat. I haven't had a chance to test this when I am having an upset stomach, but I'm sure it would do wonders (at least much better than store bought tea). If you are a fan of ginger tea, I'm sure you will really enjoy this!

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Ginger Tea

This was a nice tea with a little spice. I would’ve preferred more robust & May try brewing a heftier teaspoon for my personal liking.

Thai Ginger Tea

Ginger root serves as the base of many recipes, especially Thai. Ginger is known to cure a plethora of ailments, including indigestion, lack of appetite, the common cold, and nausea. 

This tea is from Sing Buri, Thailand, and is best prepared by infusing the ginger in boiling water and...

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