Homemade Ginger Tea

Winter can be a bit of a downer, especially when it comes to our health.

Our immune system takes a toll! We all get hit with the flu and other nasty viruses, as well as a general lack of energy, motivation and enthusiasm. And then come the cravings… chocolate, red wine, creamy pastas and more, leaving us feeling even worse!

Make this winter a truly nourishing one. Let us use this time to take care of our bodies. After a summer of drinking and partying, your body is begging for some rest and rejuvenation. I have learnt that winter is actually the perfect opportunity to give your bodies some TLC.

My homemade ginger tea will give your body the love it so needs! I make a pot each night before bedtime.


Homemade Ginger Tea
Author: Jessica Sepel
Serves: 1
  • 2 cm cubes of ginger skinned and cut up – ginger helps detoxify the body and aids digestion
  • 1 whole lemon – lemon is high in vitamin C & acts as a cleansing agent for the liver
  • 1 whole nutmeg – strong antibacterial agent
  • cinnamon sticks/ground cinnamon – stabilizes blood sugar levels
  • vanilla sticks
  • 1 tsp of raw honey
  1. Add all the ingredients into a pot and bring to the boil.


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  • Jan

    Hi Jessica

    What a wonderful website. I so enjoy (and benefit greatly from) the information you so generously share!

    A query… when making the tea do you leave the juice the lemon or leave whole?



    • Thank you so much. So grateful for your support

  • Nikki

    Heey Jessica!

    I would love to try this, but I was just wondering how much ginger you should use and should you just pour it in your tea cup? This might be a weird questoin, but I have never used ginger in my life so I don’t have a clue haha

    Thank you!



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