Ginger Tea

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Health Benefits of Traditional Holiday Favorites

…is to drink ginger tea. Look for it in your health food or grocery store or brew your own: simply slice a two-inch piece of fresh ginger, add to four cups of water, bring to a boil, and simmer for 15–20 minutes. To avoid motion sickness, try eating a 1/4 inch slice of ginger, or take 1,000…

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Health Benefits of Tea

tea, coffee, or milk. The benefits of herbal tea extend far beyond cancer protection. A cup of hot chamomile tea at the end of the day is a great way to calm down and unwind. Mint tea can help ease gas pains and bloating. Cinnamon and hibiscus tea effectively lower blood pressure. And ginger tea is…

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Reader Remedies for Colds and Flu

…suggestion! My only caveat is not to give honey to children younger than one. Cold and Flu Remedy #4: Ginger Tea Eases Cold and Flu Symptoms When I was younger, my mom used to always give us ginger tea when we came down with cold or flu symptoms. It tasted good and always seemed to “fix”…

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10 Natural Home Remedies That Cost Just Pennies

…of a banana peel once or twice a day. Expect results within a month. Natural Home Remedy #3 Relieve nausea by eating a slice of ginger or ½ teaspoon powdered ginger. For motion sickness, take three or four hours before travel. Natural Home Remedy #4 Chicken soup actually improves cold and flu…

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