7 Reasons to Drink Nip's Tea™, Our Lemon Ginger Tea
The first person to combine lemon and ginger was in their bag because the combination is just soo perfect. When we use lemon and ginger to make a tea, you can enjoy the sweetness of the lemon and spiciness of the ginger plus get a bunch of herbal benefits. The tangy zest of lemon and the warming, soothing properties of ginger, make this herbal tea a go-to for common cold symptoms, morning pick-me-ups, and after dinner beverages.
Here are 7 reasons to pick up Nip's Tea™ and drink tea like an adult:
1. Boosts Immune System
The lemon in the tea is an excellent source of vitamin C, which helps strengthen the immune system and fight off common illnesses like colds and flu. It also contains antioxidants that protect the body from oxidative stress and the ginger root reduces inflammation.
2. Aids Digestion
Historically ginger has been used to ease digestive issues and promote healthy digestion. When combined with lemon, you get a powerful duo that aids in relieving stomach discomfort, reducing bloating, and improving overall digestion. Lemon ginger tea can also help stimulate the production of digestive enzymes.
3. Relieves Nausea
Ginger is renowned for its anti-nausea properties (ever seen a pregnant person sucking on gin-gins?) making lemon ginger tea a natural remedy for morning sickness, motion sickness, and even chemotherapy-induced nausea. Sipping on a warm cup of this herbal tea can help calm the stomach and alleviate feelings of queasiness.
4. Supports Weight Loss
Lemon-ginger tea can be a valuable addition to your weight loss journey. Both lemon and ginger have metabolism-boosting properties and can aid in suppressing appetite. Additionally, this tea is low in calories and can be a healthier alternative to sugary beverages. And when you try Nip's Tea™, you'll see that you don't need to add refined sugar, turbinado, or honey.
5. Enhances Skin Health
The high vitamin C content in lemon ginger tea promotes collagen production, which is essential for maintaining healthy and radiant skin. The antioxidants found in this herbal infusion also help combat free radicals, preventing premature aging and promoting a youthful complexion.
6. Promotes Detoxification
Lemon ginger tea also acts as a natural detoxifier, aiding the body in eliminating toxins and waste. The combination of lemon and ginger helps cleanse the liver and supports healthy kidney function. Drinking this tea regularly can contribute to overall detoxification and improved organ health.
7. Reduces Inflammation
Ginger contains potent anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols, which can help reduce inflammation and alleviate symptoms of inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. By incorporating lemon ginger tea into your daily routine, you may experience a reduction in joint pain and swelling.
Recipe: Nip-Berry, Alcohol-Free Mocktail
- 6-8 raspberries
- 1 oz Side Piece™ honey
- 4 oz Nip's Tea™
- Club Soda
- Extra raspberries and a cinnamon stick for garnish (optional)
- In a mug, middle 6 to 8 raspberries, Side Piece™ honey, and Nip's Tea™.
- Top with club soda and garnish with raspberries and cinnamon stick.
With its delicious flavor and all of its health benefits, lemon ginger teas, like Nip's Tea™, are a fantastic addition to your daily routine. Enjoy the tea hot or iced, and this herbal infusion can help support your overall well-being and provide a natural boost to your health. Our blend even includes the energizing chicory root for a more robust flavor and a nod to Nipsey Hussle (RIP), who the tea is named after.
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