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Making Ginger Iced Tea.
When you are in your comfort zone, you tend to produce more, be energetic, and feel light. When your system feels comfortable it is in a way feels the same. This Ginger Iced Tea is not only refreshing, but it has the ability to heal and improve your digestive system.
I’m not saying that this drink can substitute a visit to the doctor or medicine, but it is a way to enjoy an Ahhhhh moment in the comfort of your own home, with ingredients located in your kitchen cabinet.
Ginger is known for its countless benefits, it can reduce bad cholesterol, low blood sugar, stop you from feeling nauseous, and much more. But like any herb/spice, moderation is the key.
Ginger helps in thinning blood, therefore, too much of it might make you feel light headed. I don’t want to scare you. I do drink one to two glasses of ginger iced tea in a day but I don’t consume it every day.
It is Summer and you need to feel hydrated, this Ginger Iced Tea is a gift to your body and family, why not enjoy this recipe and let me know what you think.
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As for my recipe, here you go!
- ½ cup packed finely grated ginger
- 1 ½ cup raw sugar
- ⅓ cup lime juice
- 6 ½ cup water
- Boil 3 cups of water from the 6 ½ cups of water.
- In a heat resisting pitcher, add the boiling water, sugar, and ginger. Keep aside for an hour.
- Add the rest of the water to the pitcher and then add the lime juice.
- Stir well and keep aside for 20 minutes.
- Refrigerate and use after at least 2 hours.
- Best served in a glass full of ice.