Ginger is the world’s most popular herbal tea.
The medicinal tea contains ginger, coriander, turmeric, turpentine, and black pepper, and has been used for centuries for treating cough, colds, and hay fever.
The Chinese say it cures many diseases, and the Indian government says it can be used to treat any condition.
Health experts recommend ginger tea for any medical condition, but some people like to add ginger to other drinks and recipes.
The herbal tea is known to be an effective natural pain reliever, and it has been touted as a potential cancer-fighting drug.
It has been suggested that ginger tea contains anti-inflammatory properties.
Ginger tea contains a variety of ingredients, including turmeric and black tea, which are believed to promote inflammation and help to control the pain and swelling caused by inflammatory bowel diseases, Crohn’s disease, and multiple sclerosis.
This is not the first time ginger tea has been linked to anti-aging benefits.
In 2016, researchers in South Africa found that adding ginger tea to a topical anti-ageing product reduced inflammation in mice and caused similar effects in humans.
Ginger tea is not an exclusive Chinese herbal tea and has also been enjoyed in other Asian cultures, including Japan and Vietnam.
It is a favorite of Thai and Chinese food fans.
A few years ago, it was reported that the Chinese medicinal tea was being sold in the United States as an anti-wrinkle and anti-bacterial remedy.
For more information on ginger tea, read our article on ginger.