Green tea with ginger is famous for its variety of vitamins and trace elements: phosphorus, calcium, chromium, magnesium, iron, potassium, as well as its antidepressant property.
Consumption of this drink will help to improve the complexion, digestion and to fill your body with health and energy.
Due to the content of ginger, this tea
Tones and stimulates the brain,
Helps with various colds and diseases
Increases the potency, libido, and also cures infertility
Beneficial for hair and skin
Has analgesic effect.
It should be understood that in all known medicinal properties, the use of green tea with ginger can be undesirable in some cases.
Contraindications tea with ginger are hemorrhage, pregnancy, lactation, disease of the gastrointestinal tract, and certain medications, the effect of which may be reduced or doubled in combination with ginger.
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How to escape from cold weather and vitamin deficiency? To drink hot tea! Tired of the usual lemon tea? Try our interesting and super useful recipes with cranberries,
honey, ginger, and even cherry juice.
To charge the shock portion of vitamins. to be fully prepared to face the winter – what can be more important. Our friends from famous Moscow restaurants sharing their most delicious recipes amazing tea with fruit, berries, mint and various spices. We have prepared all 10 and now solemnly declare – neither cold nor weakened immune system we don’t get any.
50 g of lemon
40 ml orange juice
50 ml of sugar syrup (50 g of sugar and 50 ml of warm water to dissolve the sugar)
50 g cranberries (can use frozen)
1 stick cinnamon
400 ml of boiling Continue reading
Buckwheat porridge with milk is one of those dishes to which we are accustomed from childhood, namely kindergartens and schools. Despite the usefulness of this dish, lately cook it less and less, and the children of today, in the majority, refused this cereal. To rectify the situation and to instill a love of buckwheat will help our unusual recipes below.
Buckwheat with milk – recipe with cocoa
How to cook buckwheat with milk, which the child then wants to eat? This question torments thousands of caring mothers desperately trying to instill in her children a love of useful cereals. This recipe is sort of a cheat code, to fake, can make children of all ages to not only look in the direction of buckwheat porridge, but even to ask her supplements.
buckwheat – 1 tbsp.;
milk – 2 tbsp.;
water Continue reading