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As written in this post, ginger tea is extremely easy to make and no one can fail on that.
Here is a step-to-step proof to it:
1. Slice ginger roots into thin pieces
2. Add ginger slices into water
3. Add brown sugar into water.
4. Bring the water to the boiling point, after that continue to boil it with mild heat for another 10 minutes.
As for the amount of ginger slices and brown sugars, there is no special requirements on that, in other words, it depends on your personal taste only. If you prefer, black tea can also be added to enhance the taste.
Here you go, easiest tea in the world, isn’t it? : – )
According to Chinese ancient wisdom, one of the best drinks during the wintertime is Ginger Tea. Ginger has always played the role of warding off colds and flu in Chinese herbal medicine system, because colds and flu are considered as “coldness” from outside, while ginger can enhance the “warmness” from within.
In fact, it doesn’t take a Chinese medicine practitioner to know the benefits of ginger to human body, because the daily experience has long taught us that ginger always helps when we get cold, and it FEELS good to have many cups of ginger tea during freezing days.
Besides, a Japanese respected doctor and best-seller book author also recommends people to drink ginger black tea for the same reason: it keeps your body warm as well as keeping your whole immune system stronger.
Despite being called as Ginger Tea in Chinese (Jiang Cha), there is not always “tea” in itself. In fact, the most common way of making Ginger Tea, is to peer some ginger roots and slice them into thin slices, add them and some brown sugar into boiling water, wait for 10 minutes then it’s ready. If you prefer, you could also add some real tea leaves such as black tea or green tea, but most of the time Chinese drink it without “tea leaves”.
In next post, we will explain you step-by-step, how to make ginger tea.