Organic Ginger Tea - With Wakaya Perfection a 100% Organic Pink Fijian Ginger
Ginger is one of the world’s most powerful foods, and a key element in Ayurvedic medicine. Our ginger tea is served daily in the Chopra Center’s Perfect Health/Ayurvedic Lifestyle program for its powerful cleansing and renewing properties.
When you brew a cup of our ginger tea, here’s some of the mind-body benefits you’ll receive:
- Potent antioxidants to boost the immune system
- Anti-inflammatory attributes to relieve pain
- Infection, cancer, and cardiovascular disease-fighting properties
- Powerful aid for curbing indigestion, nausea, and stoking the digestive fires to release toxins, purify the body, and receive optimal nourishment
- Warm, comforting, and a perfect addition to overall health and well-being
We source only the finest raw organic ingredients—better than nearly anything offered by grocery stores or other retailers. Every cup is crafted by our master tea maker and made with only the purest ingredients found in nature. Our Organic Wakaya Perfection Ginger Tea is made with 100% Organic Pink Fijian Ginger grown on the Fijian island of Wakaya. This one-of-a-kind pink ginger is hand-cultivated, grown in the island’s volcanic soil, and nourished only by raindrops.
The Chopra Center recommends drinking two to three cups of hot ginger tea every day following meals to aid digestion. If desired, steep longer to bring out deeper flavors of ginger and black pepper and serve with honey or your favorite sweetener.
Experience island calm and natural healing with each cup of our Organic Wakaya Perfection Ginger Tea!
Ingredients: organic ginger root, organic lemon peel, organic crystallized ginger, organic pink Fijian ginger powder, and organic black pepper.
Each tin contains 20 organic tea sachets.
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