Korean Honey Ginger tea – A delicious and exotic new taste for herbal tea drinkers
Are you a tea drinker? Have you looked for something healthy, yet amazingly good in taste? Have you heard or tasted Korean Ginger Fruit tea? Well, if you haven’t or even if you have, you’re in for a delicious treat with General Ming’s Honey Ginger Fruit Tea.
But what is all this craze about the health benefits of Ginger? Well, ginger is a true treasure in Asian cuisine, where it’s cherished for its amazing ability to bring a touch of tanginess to dishes. Its distinctive lemony aroma and touch of spiciness can awaken the flavors of favorite recipes.
But ginger’s unique role in cooking is just the beginning — the spice is also famous for its numerous medicinal benefits. For centuries, ginger has been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat colds, stomach aches, nausea, indigestion, constipation, and diarrhea. With all the health benefits, it’s no wonder why Ginger fruit tea perfectly sweetened with the natural honey has been a traditional Korean tea drink for more than 100 years.
In traditional Chinese medicine, sliced or grated ginger is boiled in water as a soup to help fend off early signs of a cold. And it’s often the last resort for those who suffer motion sickness when pills won’t work. It’s commonly known that a freshly cut ginger slice is either placed in the mouth or on the belly button with a Band-Aid is proven to be an effective solution. Thanks to General Ming’s Yazu+ Honey Ginger tea, you can now have the warm relaxing sense of drinking this healthy tea, mixed with the health and medicinal benefits of ginger itself.
As time passes through the centuries, ginger is still the go-to herbal remedy for those who believe in natural healing.
Guess what? Science is now catching up. Here are some of the research-backed facts about the powerful benefits of this amazingly delicious spice:
1. It’s anti-inflammatory.
Ginger contains dozens of the most potent natural inflammation-fighting substances, like gingerols. The ability for food to reduce inflammation is important, as inflammation contributes to many chronic conditions including obesity, diabetes, pain, and heart disease.
2. It’s anti-aging.
Ginger also has powerful antioxidant effects. It raises levels of the master antioxidant glutathione in the body. And by fighting oxidative stress, ginger helps control the process of aging.
3. It reduces pain from exercise.
One study found that eating ginger before cycling reduced quadriceps muscle pain, likely thanks to its anti-inflammatory effects.
4. It assists with weight loss.
Research shows that ginger tea helps prevent metabolic disorders and reduces the feeling of hunger, meaning it plays a role in weight management.
5. It helps treat anemia.
Ginger and its bioactive components, such as gingerols and shogaols, stimulate the production of blood cells in the body and can improve anemia symptoms.
6. It can help manage diabetes.
One study showed that ginger can improve fasting blood sugar in type 2 diabetes patients. What makes General Ming’s Yazu+ Honey Ginger tea even more relevant to the health benefits of ginger? Well, scientists have discovered that combining honey and ginger reduces oxidative stress as well as the complications of diabetes. Obviously there are no official medical claims made here, however, centuries of herbal remedies passed down have to prove something.
Sadly, this fact is even more important, given that the number of people with diabetes across the world is predicted to increase from 171 million in 2000 to 552 million by 2030.
7. It helps prevent Alzheimer’s disease.
Since ancient times, natural compounds of ginger have been appreciated for their use in preventing various age-related ailments, including brain aging and neuro-degeneration. Recent studies have emphasized ginger’s benefits in treating Alzheimer’s disease.
8. It can ease symptoms of osteoarthritis.
In traditional Indonesian medicine, red ginger has been prescribed to relieve arthritis pain.
Now, an unprecedented study has found that topical ginger treatment using either a traditional manually prepared ginger compress or a standardized ginger patch could relieve symptoms for people with chronic osteoarthritis.
9. It can prevent liver disease.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is a common liver disease that’s quickly turning into an epidemic. Insulin resistance is a major feature in patients with NAFLD.
But research has shown that gingerols, the active component of ginger, could help improve insulin resistance, serving as a natural way to prevent NAFLD.
Now, How Can One Spice Up Their Life with A Little Ginger?
There are many ways to get the exotic and delicious herb into your life besides drinking General Ming’s Yazu+ Honey Ginger tea. You can shop for whole ginger root in the vegetable aisle, look for ginger that is firm to the touch and not wilted, dried out, or moldy. To use fresh ginger, remove the skin and cut a section of the yellow root. Finely chop the ginger, and it’s ready to use. Use it as a special treat with almost any type of food you prepare. If you’d like to use Yazu+ Honey Ginger tea as something besides tea, it is absolutely possible. All of General Ming’s fruit teas can be used as delicious and healthy marinades for chicken, fish, beef or seafood. It is a great compliment to give your food an healthy Asian flair.
If you really love Ginger tea and if you’re feeling creative, you can prepare your own tea. Add finely chopped ginger to boiled water, let it steep for two to three minutes, and then strain out the ginger. Maybe add a bit of natural organic honey for sweetening. One warning though, as easy as it seems, getting the absolute perfect flavor may take centuries. At General Ming’s we like to think that we’ve perfected the century old recipes to be just perfecto!
You can order Yazu+ Honey Ginger Tea by General Mings online at www.GeneralMings.com