Ginger – Burdock Root Tisan

Sunday mornings are better with this warming, healing, and beautifying tisan.  It’s super easy and includes only three ingredients – fresh ginger, burdock root, and mugwort.  This healing combination creates amazing health benefits, that gorgeous emerald green colour plus earthy aroma are just simply captivating.  Ginger is the healer of all healers.  It is antiviral, antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-ageing.  I could go on and on about the wonder of this aromatic, and spicy root that has been used in herbal medicine for some 5000 thousand years.

Burdock Root is attributed to the ability to stimulate bile production and regenerate cells of the liver assisting it to eliminate heavy metals from the body.  Combat cancer and diabetes, while detoxifying the lymph system, blood, and skin.   Burdock root contains querecetin & luteolin which are powerful health-promoting antioxidants.  This helps to reduce acne, eczema, and psoriasis as well as have profound benefits for making hair healthy from the inside out.

Mugwort is a powerful herb that can aid in digestion and stomach disorders such as indigestion, acidity, constipation and bloating.  Mugwort can kill and eliminate parasites in your digestive tract.  Women who suffer from irregular periods and other menstrual problems, such as PCOS can benefit from mugwort tea.  It helps with fatigue and stress and cleanses and detoxifies the blood which can help with acne and hair loss issues.  It promotes circulation and detoxifies the liver.  It can also be used as a natural viagra – helping with impotence and low sex drive.

If healing your body is what you are after, then you definitely need to give this healing tisan a try.

I hope you enjoy.

2 tablespoons fresh grated organic ginger
3 tablespoons dried organic burdock root
2 tablespoons dried organic mugwort
1 tablespoon of love
Directions: Serves 2
1. Fill a saucepot with 4- 5 cups of water.  Bring to a boil.
2. Add ingredients using a tea ball infuser and allow to infuse for 15- 20 minutes.
3. Pour the tea into mugs and enjoy!

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