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Did you know that these 3 ingredients make an excellent tea for your health?
Tea is one of the most consumed beverages (losing only to water and coffee), and this is because of its comforting flavor and medicinal properties, both results of its ingredients.
Do you drink tea every day?
According to a study published in the scientific journal of the European Society of Cardiology, people who drink tea at least three times a week gain some extra years of life and a healthier heart, isn’t it amazing?
Natural teas have many health benefits, each one with its own characteristics and properties.
Let’s see the benefits of each ingredient of this tea:
Ginger is a root with a strong flavor.
Mint tea has a digestive action, benefitting people who suffer from stomachaches.
Lemon has a series of beneficial substances for health.
Wanna learn how to make it?
8.45 oz. water;
A slice of ginger, approximately 0.4 inches;
1 handful of mint leaves;
2 lemon slices;
Making it is easy:
Boil the water with ginger, mint leaves, and lemon slices.
Turn off heat and let it infuse for 5 minutes.
Then, strain and drink. Drink at most 3 cups a day.
Try it and share your experience with us.
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1:45 Ginger, lemon and mint tea recipe
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