Detoxing Homemade Lemon Ginger Tea

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Detoxing Homemade Lemon Ginger Tea

Detoxing Homemade Lemon Ginger Tea is the perfect way to drink something both delicious and good for you.

“Where there’s tea there’s hope.” – Arthur Wing Pinero

I have always loved coffee. My great-aunt gave me a sip of hers when I was 6 years old. It had cream and sugar, so I thought it was just wonderful. I upgraded my drink of choice to a latte.   Now that I’ve decided less is more, it was time to kiss my latte habit goodbye. Now I’ve turned to homemade lemon ginger tea throughout the day.

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My favorite tea involves no bags. Just lemons, fresh ginger and stevia with hot water. That’s it. You’ll love it if you like lemons and ginger. It has a completely different taste than lemon ginger tea bags.

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Detoxing Homemade Lemon Ginger Tea

Detoxing Homemade Lemon Ginger Tea

  • Servings: 1
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients

  • 1/2 a lemon squeezed
  • 1 piece of ginger about 1 1/2″long, peeled and sliced
  • A couple drops of liquid stevia or a teaspoon of raw honey

Directions

  1. Just add hot water to a 8 oz glass and you have a delicious hot beverage.

The health benefits to this drink are endless:

Lemon juice stimulates the liver and helps flush out toxins. It’s loaded with vitamin C and also has potassium and vitamin B6. Strengthening your immune system, improving hair, skin and teeth and preventing formation of crystals that cause kidney stones are just a few of the things drinking lemon juice can help your body with.

Ginger is also a powerhouse of health of its own. It reduces inflammation and pain in the body. We all could do with a little less inflammation, right? Another great health benefit is that it stimulates circulation. And everyone knows that it reduces nausea and vomiting on top of all that.

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All of these health benefits and it tastes delicious at the same time.  If you like it, please share it on social media.  Enjoy!

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