- Size: 4 ounces
- Sealed pouch
USDA Organic dried ginger by Millwood Naturals can be used for teas, tinctured and tonics. It has been used as a home remedy to treat
Scientists allege Alkaline Herbs have No “Scientific Data”
If there is “no scientific evidence” why are pharmaceutical drugs derived from herbs? Although there is no “scientific evidence” to support many uses of Ginger, Ginger has been used to treat:
- Many types of nausea and vomiting
- Menstrual cramps
- Antacid medications
- Migraine headaches and other conditions
You will need a mesh tea ball, cloth tea bag or strainer. If you do not have any of these, you can place the ginger directly in the cup then strain before drinking. If you want, you can eat the ginger (it makes your breath smell nice!)
- Add 1 teaspoon for every 8 oz of boiling spring water
- Allow steeping for 4-6 minutes depending on the herb
One teaspoon may not sound like a lot, but the ginger expands when heated. Here is a photo of two tablespoons after steeping. Two tablespoons can make 4-8 cups of ginger tea depending on how strong you want the tea or if you are adding additional herbs.
Dried Ginger Tea Recipe
You can view herb recipes on our blog
Herbs can also be used In foods and beverages for flavoring. Vanilla, Cocoa, Cayenne are great examples.
In manufacturing, herbs can be used for fragrance in soaps and therapeutic grade cosmetics.
How to take Alkaline Herbs
In most cases, herbs should be taken in their natural state without processing. Millwood herbs are loose, USDA certified Organic and unprocessed
DISCLAIMER: We do not offer medical advice. These statements have not been evaluated by the US Food and Drug Administration and are used for educational purposes only. These statements are not meant to diagnose, cure or advise. Please consult your physician or licensed health care provider before using dietary supplements and herbs.
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