Benefits of Ginger and Lemon Tea

The Benefits of ginger and lemon tea are indisputable for a healthy early morning tea.   I have it every single morning on an empty stomach and consider it to be my ‘coffee’. It wakes my system up and gets everything moving!

How to make your Ginger and Lemon Tea

Serves 1

Cut and peel a one and half inch piece of ginger

Juice half a lemon

Add one cup of boiling water to a blender (like a Nutribullet) and blend the ginger so it becomes ginger water.  Add to a teapot with a strainer. (To get the full benefits from the ginger you need to break it down into the water)

Add the lemon juice to your cup

Pour the hot ginger water from the teapot into your cup with the lemon

Add a sweetner if required.  (If using honey, wait until the tea has cooled a little)

If you’ve got a cold or flu, add a twist of black pepper!

Why is Ginger and Lemon Tea good for you?

Here’s the benefits of Ginger and Lemon Tea:

Health Benefits of Lemons

Immune system boosting

Aids digestion

Rehydrates Your Body

Flushes Out Toxins

Aids Digestion and Elimination

Boosts Immune System

Boosts Energy Level

Improves Mood

Improves Skin Complexion

Health Benefits of Ginger


Anti viral

Anti parasites

Anti fungal

Increases digestive fire

Immune boosting

Increases blood flow

Great for headaches, flu and colds

Breaks down fat

Ginger and lemon tea is a soothing tea if you’re suffering from nausea or indigestion.  If you drink it before meals, it will help increase the digestive fire.

On all my retreats, participants get a knock on the door before their yoga practice with a cup of my magical ginger and lemon tea.  They love it!

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