Ginger Plus Tea

Ginger is well known for being a digestive aid, as well as an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and pain-reducing agent. This pleasant and spicy ginger infusion combines other potentially analgesic herbs and spices with the soothing power of peppermint and chamomile. Great for colds and headaches. Be ready for a kick!

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Servings: 3

Prep Time: 00:05

Cook Time: 00:00

Main Ingredients

1 inch fresh ginger (peeled); use 1/2 inch if you don't enjoy a spicy bite

1/2 tsp loose mint tea leaves (or 1 mint tea bag)

1 tsp loose chamomile tea (or 1 chamomile tea bag)

1/2 tsp basil, dried

1/8 tsp ground cloves or 3 whole cloves

1/8 tsp cayenne pepper or chili pepper flakes; use just a sprinkle to keep the spice mild


1Slice the ginger as thinly as possible with a sharp knife or mandolin

2Combine all the loose ingredients in a tea diffuser (tea bags can be steeped loosely) or french press.

3Place the tea bags (if using) and tea diffuser into a small teapot or a large tea mug along with the tea bags.

4Cover with boiling water and steep for 3-5 minutes. Can be re-infused once more.

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