Tuesday, February 9, 2016

How we make our Ginseng Tea

     Our ginseng tea is something we are pretty proud of. It is made from locally collected wild ginseng leaves, our own lemon balm and Numi organic gunpowder green full-leaf smooth green tea pearls. The health benefits of ginseng tea include a reduced risk of developing cancer, relief from menstrual problems, reduction in obesity, improvement of digestive disorders, and a boosted immune system, as well as improving signs of mental distress, asthma, arthritis, and sexual problems. Ginseng tea is quite popular as a digestive aid and it boosts the immunity levels as well.
     Also, ginseng tea reduces physical and mental distress, and has a relaxing and soothing effect on the body.
     Additional health benefits of ginseng tea include a number of curative and healing properties and are due to the naturally occurring chemicals called  ‘ginsenosides’ that are present in the root, leaves and stems. Our tea is made from only hand-picked leaves.
All ingredients assembled and ready for the mixing bowl

Green Tea Pearls added to the ginseng and lemon balm
Final mix ready for going into jars for airtight storage
     Once the ingredients have been mixed together well, the tea goes into jars for airtight storage and eventually into tea bags we put together here. Each bag makes one pot of tea. Simply let the bag steep in the pot for 6 or 7 minutes and you're ready to cash in all the benefits of this delicious brew.
     One dozen bags of this tea sells for $5.00. We also sell loose tea in bulk if you prefer.
     This tea is not recommended if you are pregnant. It is always a good idea to start slowly as, although very rare, there can be allergic reactions. Start with one cup and if you don't notice any discomfort, then go for it! You'll love what it does for you!
     Call us at 563-568-3829 or email jabbas54@gmail.com if you'd like to improve your health and outlook on life in general by drinking our own Kitchen Table wild ginseng leaf tea for yourself and your family.

     There is another blog post here on the benefits of ginseng and green tea together that goes into much more detail.