You are probably surprised with this gumamela ginger tea recipe, but, yes, it is possible to mix them into a drink! Learn how in this video!
Ginger tea is known to be good for our sore throat. This is also a great help for those women having menstrual cramps! It surely relieves that discomfort. Additionally, this tea relieves nausea, improves stomach performance and blood sugar, relieves stress, and many more! Indeed, it is a very healthy and powerful drink! But have you heard of ginger tea mixed with gumamela flowers? Of course, calamansi and honey should be added for enhanced taste.
Gumamela is used to treat boils and mumps; the flowers are mashed, made into a paste, and applied on the damaged area. When used as a tea, it can lower blood sugar and aid in weight loss, they say. So mixing this gumamela flower tea with ginger tea is a super drink! Try our recipe here!
The Magic and Health Benefits of Gumamela Ginger Tea
Gumamela as Herbal Medicine
As herbal medicine, gumamela flower, leaves and roots are used. Gumamela has the following medicinal characteristics: expectorant, diuretic, emollient, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, anodyne and refrigerant.
• 3 – 5 pcs. Dried Gumamela Flower
• 4 pcs. Calamansi
• 1/4 cup of Honey
• 20 grams of Ginger
• 3 cups of Water
1. In a pot put the water and chopped ginger. Let it boil
2. When its boiling adds the dried gumamela flower and turn off the heat. Mix well
3. Strained the gumamela tea and seasoned with calamansi and add the ¼ cup of honey. Mix
4. Serve the gumamela ginger tea, hot or cold enjoy