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Spiced Ginger Tea
Posted By Shelby Kinnaird On February 6, 2013 @ 12:30 am In Drinks | 4 Comments
During the winter, I often enjoy a warm beverage after dinner. Usually I just pick a decaf tea bag out of my vast collection. When I saw this recipe in Prevention, I decided to give it a try.
Ginger has many positive effects on the body, especially when it comes to digestion. It helps break down proteins and fat in the stomach and intestines which alleviates gas and bloating. It stimulates the flow of blood throughout the body. Ginger can also help lessen feelings of stomach upset and nausea.
If you are having any digestive issues, try a cup of this tea after your evening meal.
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