Warming fresh ginger chamomile tea

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Anti-inflammatory tea that will take care of your cold!




  1. Pour boiling water in a heat-proof jar (or fill up a kettle that has a sieve). Place in the ginger and chamomile. Steep for 10 minutes.
  2. Stir in the lemon juice and honey. Strain the tea, pour into a mug and enjoy. Add more honey if needed.
  3. I enjoy this tea both warm and cold, but I prefer it warmer during the colder months or when I’m not feeling so good.


If you’re new to ginger, you can easily use less the first few times and build your tolerance to it.
If you enjoy lighter teas, use more water than the recipe calls for.