Ginseng Tea Recipe

Ginseng Tea Recipe
Ginseng Tea Recipe

How to Make Ginseng Tea

Recipe by Gennysser
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Ginseng Tea Recipe

Course: DrinksCuisine: AsianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

20

minutes
Total time

20

minutes

INGREDIENTS YOU WILL NEED:

  • 1 1 medium size ginseng root (washed and sliced)

  • 3 cups 3 water (filtered or distilled)

  • 1 1 slice of lemon

  • 1 Tbsp 1 agave nectar or any honey of your choice

INSTRUCTIONS:

  • Add all the ingredients and the 3 cups of water into a saucepan.
  • Allow the ingredients to cook in low heat for 15 minutes, uncovered.
  • Turn the heat off and let it stand for an additional 5 minutes.
  • Serve in a cup and add a tablespoon of agave nectar or any honey of your choice.

Benefits of Ginseng Tea

(panax ginseng)

Ginseng has been used for medicine for centuries, specifically in Eastern Asia. Taken through the long winter months in northern china by the frail and elderly. Ginseng tea aids physical endurance and has an unrivaled reputation of improving overall vitality and acting as a male tonic.

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What is Ginseng good for?

Benefits of Ginseng

  • Function Repair. Ginseng is commonly known to restore the body over time from any stress from the Adaptogens it contains. If you’re also experiencing lack of body function such as joint pain issues Ginseng is known to heal that.
  • Energy. Ginseng is a natural boost of energy for your day! Ginseng will help to increase muscle weight, physical strength and stamina. A natural caffeine that can push you to get through the day.
  • Male Tonic. Ginseng can help improve physiological and sexual function and may also increase sexual vitality. It is the herb of choice in treating erectile dysfunction.
  • Anti-inflammatory. Ginseng contains a good number of anti-inflammatory properties. It is packed with antioxidants and it’s good for the body immune system.
  • Anti-Aging. Ginseng tea is commonly known as well in Asia for their anti-aging properties.

Ginseng was regularly taken by the emperors of china and their households. And it’s first documented use in Chinese herbal dates back to 2,000 years ago.

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If you liked this recipe, I encourage you to try my Cat’s Claw Tea Recipe.

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