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Lemon Ginger Lift

30g $9.90

Herbal Infusions – Lemon Ginger Lift 

A zesty blend of Lemongrass, Lemon Myrtle, and Ginger to refresh the taste buds and invigorate the mind. Bursting with sunshine and goodness, Ginger lift is also great for settling the stomach, serve hot or chilled.

Here at The Tea Chest our teas are all hand blended made in small batches, packaged in heat sealed foil lined bags with tear off resealable zip lock enclosure to help maintain freshness. Blended and packaged in the rainforest surrounds of Far North Queensland.

The Tea Chest is a small family, and operated business producing a treasure of teas.

  • 100% Natural Ingredients
  • Free of additives, preservatives, gluten, sugar
  • Vegan
  • Made in Australia

 Caffeine Class: Naturally Caffeine Free

How it tastes: refreshingly zesty with a warming ginger bite

Why it’s special: A refreshing blend of Lemongrass, Lemon Myrtle and Ginger. With a clean taste to enjoy hot or chilled. This is a great tea to keep you hydrated, settle the stomach and relieve the symptoms of colds and flu.

Brewing Instructions

To serve one: Heat 250mls of water to 100°C. Add 1 heaped tsps. of tea, allow to infuse for 5-10 minutes.
Can be brewed 2 – 3 times can also be served as an iced tea.

Tea Type:  Herbal Tea

Ingredients:

  • Lemongrass
  • Lemon Myrtle
  • Ginger

 Ginger: Ginger is famous for its healing properties and is often listed as an ingredient in medicines and has been used to treat conditions such as impotence and motion sickness. Essential oils are found in ginger and antibacterial. It is very good to take regularly for overall well-being.

Lemongrass Benefits: there are believed to be many health benefits to drinking Lemongrass in a tea. The leaves are high in folic acid, Vitamin C and Vitamin B. Lemongrass is also known to have a calming effect on a nervous stomach and can help improve digestion.

Lemon Myrtle Benefits: Lemon myrtle is reported to have anti-fungal, anti-viral and calmative qualities. Indigenous Australians have long used Lemon Myrtle as a healing plant flavouring food. Australian Native Lemon Myrtle; often described as a combination of lemon, lime and lemongrass.  Lemon Myrtle has a desirably fresh fragrance.