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Ginger Tea (Zencefilli)

Ginger Tea (Zencefilli)

SHF Ginger Tea (Zencefilli)
Respiratory Tract Health

Ginger tea could be used in conditions of the upper respiratory tract such as bronchitis, respiratory disorder, cough, and cough due to irritation, asthma, indigestion, and hoarseness as an aid.


  1. Releaves nausea ie feeling of being sick to your stomach.
  2. Reduce inflammation
  3. Fight respiratory problems
  4. Improve blood circulation
  5. Relieve menstrual discomfort
  6. Strengthen immunity
  7. Relieves stress
  8. Increases fertility

Ingredients: Eucalyptus leaves, plantain, ginger, licorice, sage, eastern hollyhock, anise, cydonia vulgaris, hibiscus, cinnamon, propolis extract, menthol.

Ginger is a perennial herb that can grow up to one meter tall, has thin leaves, yellow or red flowers, and is used as a spice and medicine. It grows in tropical climates. The roots of the plant contain starch, resin and essential oils.

Eucalyptus leaf is a refreshing herb. It has been the subject of many scientific studies. In addition, thanks to the essential oils, vitamins and minerals in its content, it has been used in many mixtures for healing. At the same time, this herbal tea contains content that can be safely consumed in the winter period thanks to menthol and limited grass.

Licorice root is a plant that is very important to consume in the winter season. There are substances called saponin, flavone and coumarin, which are important components in its content.

Bitter grass has very important active ingredients in terms of seeds and leaves. There are beta carotene, calcium, various acids, amino acids, carbohydrates, neochlorogenic acid, iridoids. Thus, it has content that can be used regularly in the winter season.


It can be consumed after infusing for 5-10 minutes by adding a filtering bag to a cup of hot water. It is recommended to use herbal teas without sweetening. It can be sweetened with a plant-based sweetner (dates, monkfruit, miracle berries etc) or  honey as needed. The brewing method is very important in herbal teas. A filtering bag is added to the boiled water and it is expected to brew. 

Pregnant and lactating women are recommended to use in consultation with a doctor.
Note: To be used as part of a healthy lifestyle. For other health and nutritional support call +233 (55) 355 6279 and speak to our Naturopath at LifeWellness Wholistic and Ayurveda Center.



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