Ginger - Traditional Medicinals
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Spicy and soothing.

Herbal Power
Gets the digestive juices flowing, relieves occasional indigestion and prevents nausea associated with motion.*

Reason to Love
While ginger certainly has a reputation for being spicy, this organic ginger tea is a bit milder than you might expect, with a nice pungency and a bit of ginger’s sweet undertones. Used in China for at least two thousand years as a digestive aid, as well as to relieve nausea,* most cultures around the world have acquired fond feelings for ginger—both for its taste and for its soothing properties. We love this warming, spicy tea as a before or after meal treat, and for its ability to promote happy and healthy digestion.*

Pleasantly spicy and pungent.

What’s in your cup?

Some of our favorite ginger comes from Fair Trade Certified™ small organic farms that are part of a Sri Lankan co-op formed in 2009. Not only does this ginger provide all of ginger’s well-known benefits, it also benefits the farmers who grow and harvest it. Like all Fair Trade Certified™ farmers, they receive a premium on top of the price paid for their high quality ginger. This premium goes into a fund which is used to improve the community. So far, the co-op has used the funds to create a spice nursery, provide farm implements and created grants for kids to go to school.

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How to Enjoy

Pour 8 oz. freshly boiled water over 1 tea bag.

Cover cup & Steep for 10-15 minutes.

Squeeze tea bag to ensure maximum goodness in your cup.

Enjoy 1-2 cups per day, especially good to drink before or after meals.

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