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Herbal Tea
Organic Ginger
Ginger, Spicy
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Caffeine Free
Fair Trade, Kosher, Organic, Vegan
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200 °F / 93 °C 7 min, 0 sec

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From Traditional Medicinals

New Look, Same Great Tea! Naturally Caffeine Free, Non-GMO, 100% Certified Organic Ingredients, 100% Fair Trade Certified, & Kosher.

Herbal Power: Gets the digestive juices flowing, relieves occasional indigestion and prevents nausea associated with motion.

Reason to Love: While ginger certainly has a reputation for being spicy, this organic ginger tea is a bit milder than you might expect, with a nice pungency and a bit of ginger’s sweet undertones. Used in China for at least two thousand years, as a digestive aid, as well as to relive nausea, most cultures around the world have acquired fond feelings for ginger-both for its taste and for its soothing properties. We love this warming spicy tea as a before or after meal treat, and for its ability to promote happy and healthy digestion.

Taste: Pleasantly spicy and pungent.

Ingredients: Organic ginger rhizome 1500mg.

These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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1113 tasting notes

I bought some of this from my local Target during the worst days of my cold earlier in the week. My favorite sick time beverage is freshly grated ginger root, boiled and strained, combined with some lemon juice and honey. I thought this would be a nice EASIER alternative for when I’m out of or too lazy to grate fresh ginger. The flavor is not quite as nice as fresh, but this sure works in a pinch! Ginger is SO soothing for sore throats!


I’m glad your cold is at least on its way out!

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477 tasting notes

Just finished off the box. I’ll have to get more. I really like to have some on-hand for stomach aches. Although I could just buy a chunk of ginger-root and grate some into a cup whenever I need it. Could be cheaper.

Edit: Nevermind, found ONE LAST BAG hanging out behind a few tea tins.

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1 tasting notes

My favourite non-caffeinated/non-stimulating tea, hands down.

195 °F / 90 °C 5 min, 0 sec

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1110 tasting notes

Re-evaluating this after many years as I used to not like ginger and now I do.
A great ginger tea with lots of flavour and a high “zing” factor. Gives your throat and tummy a warm hug!

Flavors: Ginger, Spicy

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639 tasting notes

I have big news….I’m pregnant!!!!!!!!

Finally after six months of trying, we’re expecting a baby! I know lots of people struggle for longer than that, but those six months felt like a lifetime. We’re so excited!!

I apologize for my hiatus. I’ve been super paranoid about drinking tea. I’ve avoided caffeine 100% for the first 9 weeks and have only recently felt okay about having it in very limited quantities. But even besides the caffeine, tea is very difficult to drink while pregnant. There are very few kinds I can safely consume. Green tea is out because it can inhibit folic acid absorption. I can’t have a shocking number of the most common herbal ingredients, including hibiscus/rose hips, chamomile, lemongrass, licorice root, and chicory root. I don’t like honeybush or red rooibos, which are by far the safest teas. So what does that leave me with? Not much, my friends. I’m exploring some green rooibos blends (and I’ll take any recommendations!), but so far I’ve only drank 52teas’ Ginger Ale White Tea with some extra ground ginger thrown in. I haven’t had the worst first trimester, but it hasn’t been entirely without incident. The fatigue is ridiculous but manageable with daily naps. I’ve got the unpredictable all-day-long nausea accompanied by infrequent vomiting. Yuck. Ginger tea is the only thing that can calm my nausea when it’s being particularly bad.

This tea is exactly what I need right now. Pure organic ginger with nothing else added. It’s actually not as overpowering as I expected. It’s delicious and only a tad bit spicy. I’m not usually a fan of spicy things, but the spice here is at a very tolerable level. I can definitely recommend this tea, even to non-pregnant ladies. :)

Flavors: Ginger, Spicy

Boiling 8 min or more

exciting news! congratulations!


Congrats! Best wishes for a healthy pregnancy and the safe delivery of your child!




OMG!!!! so happy for you! Congrats! WOOHOO! YAY!


Wonderful news! Congrats!




Congratulations!!!! :)


Congratulations. :)

Oh and also! Hello Ninavampi! Good to see your here again. :)


Thank you everyone!

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1 tasting notes

For when I am not feeling well and want something caffeine free.

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12 tasting notes

You really have to be a ginger fan to love this one.. and I AM!

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9 tasting notes

i love any blend with ginger, but for a pure therapeutic ginger soother, i choose traditional medicinals.

Boiling 7 min, 45 sec

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78 tasting notes

Agreeably pungent, indeed!

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