" Denauseating" With Ginger Tea

"Actually an excellent drink to de-stress and feel pepped up--beating nausea was just another benefit ;-)"
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Ready In:
1 Cup




  • Bring water to boil with crushed ginger in it.
  • Let it simmer for 5-7 minutes on medium heat.
  • Strain and pour in the cup/mug, add tea bag and stir honey.
  • You can add a dash of milk if you want.
  • It is very good to sip anyway.

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  1. 3KillerBs
    WOW. 4 pregnancies have left me very familiar with the effectiveness of ginger against nausea but I'd never thought to pair it with tea before. I didn't think the ginger would go through the garlic press so I put it into a sandwich bag and pulverized it with a meat hammer. Then I made it in the coffeepot with plenty of black tea. The family liked it so much that they immediately demanded a second pot -- made even stronger.
  2. mums the word
    My little girl had a tummy ache for a few days and this seemed to soothe her. Whatever makes them happy and comfortable when they are sick makes me a happy mom! Thank you very much.
  3. BarnArch
    Great tea. Used a green tea and orange tea bag and omitted the honey. Absolutely sensation - I will drink this instead of coffee from now on.
  4. Jitter_Bug
    After an earache, headache, and vertigo.. this opened my sinus. Used Celestal Seasoning Lemon Tea.. ginger has been reported to help prevent migranes if drunk daily... I'm game. Thank you. p.s. used Splenda
  5. ncmysteryshopper
    This gets five stars from me.... i have been sick to my stomach with a head ache for two days and I really believe this is working! And, i think it tastes great!


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