Product in Brief
The second most popular beverage eaten worldwide is tea. For the majority of us, drinking tea is a soothing habit. On the other hand, ginger (Zingiber officinale), a common root or stem used in spices, nutraceuticals, and alcoholic beverages, is a native of Asia. Asian cuisine frequently serves black tea with crushed ginger. There is no proof that drinking black tea with ginger has any negative effects. Black tea with ginger is recommended as a daily beverage due to its numerous health benefits, including blood sugar regulation and weight loss.
Packaging type: 2g Tea Bags 100Pcs in a box
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Ginger Nutritional Facts
Black tea and ginger both contain large amounts of polyphenols, which are potent antioxidants. For those of us who drink ginger black tea, these polyphenols help to provide wonderful health benefits. Polyphenols are a number of biologically active substances that can maintain our health. While ginger has gingerols and catechins as its polyphenols, tea contains catechins, myricetin, and phenols. According to studies, catechin has anti-cancer, anti-infection, anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, and anti-diabetic properties. It also acts as an active agent to lower free radicals in the body. Numerous pharmacological effects of ginger black tea, including its anti-ulcer, anti-oxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and anti-lipidemic properties, are responsible for these health advantages.