Product Review: Buddha Teas Ginger Root Tea

Buddha Teas Ginger Root Tea[1]If you like the taste of ginger, you’ll love Buddha Teas Ginger Root Tea. Besides being delicious, ginger root is known for its many health benefits, including easing an upset stomach and bloating[2], soothing a sore throat, fighting off germs such as E. coli, and even keeping your mouth healthy[3] by keeping oral bacteria from growing.

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Buddha Teas Ginger Root Tea boasts a spicy yet smooth flavor, and it’s caffeine-free, so it won’t keep you awake at night. This tea contains pure, organic ginger root — no artificial ingredients or GMOs — and it’s packaged in bleach-free tea bags. Simply boil water, add a tea bag, and let it steep for three to six minutes for full flavor and optimum benefits. Sip on a cup of Buddha Teas Ginger Root Tea whenever you’ve overindulged at a meal or you feel the signs of a cold[5] coming on. This comforting tea is sure to make you feel better. Note: If you take blood-thinning medications or have acid reflux[6], talk to your health care provider before using any products that contain ginger.


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