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Organic Ginger Root

A prominent Spice in the Caribbean and around the globe. Ginger, (Latin: Zingiber officinale) is probably the world's most commonly used flavor additive. The root serves as the base of recipes in the cuisines of almost every culture.  This spice is great for adding to beverages or sipping on its own. 

Ginger is said to have many beneficial uses ranging from indigestion troubles to lack of appetite, the common cold, nausea, morning sickness related to pregnancy, even restoring a low sex drive!

To truly experience the pure ginger character from these dried and chopped pieces, we recommend brewing a simple tea made by infusing the ginger in boiling water, then adding lemon and honey. The lemon and honey will add a tang to the heat of the ginger.

Caffeine Content: None

INGREDIENTS: Cut Ginger Pieces 

How to Brew 

 1 slightly steeping tsp per 7-9 oz boiling water for  3-7 mins

 *These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended as information to treat or cure.

Samples - 4-5 CUPS

1.5-3oz - 20-24 CUPS

3.2 OZ -6 OZ - 40- 45 CUPS

Black tea 3-5mins
Green tea 2-3mins

Oolong 2-3mins
White tea 2-3mins
Herbal Tea 3-5mins

Size1.5 oz
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Organic Ginger Root


How long does this tea last?

Our premium loose leaf teas last approximately one year when kept in a cool dry place when resealed properly.

How much tea do I need?

We recommend - 1.5 tsps of tea per 8 oz of water

Whats the best way to steep my tea?

We recommend using a stainless teel infuser or tea filters to enjoy a single cup of tea.

How many cups of tea can I enjoy from one teaspoon?

Because this is whole leaf tea you can get 2-3 cups of tea from the same leaves depending on the tea type.