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Wellness Tea

Licorice Ginger Tea

Licorice Ginger Tea

🌿 Stomach Warming

🌿 Digestive Support

🌿 Natural & Without Flavor Enhancers

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This tasty and spicy Licorice Ginger Tea consists of dried ginger, liquorice root and Keemun tea.

How do you make this herbal infusion?

Put 2 teaspoons of herbs in a cup or teapot so that they have room to expand and absorb the water, then pour over with  99°C water. Let it infuse for 10 to 15 minutes and enjoy your delicious herbal infusion.

The amount of the herbs taken influences the effect of the tea.

< strong>Hint:1. If you want to get even more substances from the herbs, you can grind the herbs more finely so that they release their substances faster.

2.To get even more ingredients out of the herbs, you can always make a decoct by boiling the herbs for 5 minutes and then letting them steep for another 10 to 15 minutes.

Be careful! As a result, the taste can be more bitter than with an infusion.


2 Teaspoons per cup

Infusion time

10 to 15 minutes



This herbs are sold to make a hot drink and are not intended to treat any medical condition. When in doubt, always consult a doctor.

I have composed our Wellness tea together with my wife, who is a Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine and who has knowledge of Traditional Chinese Herbalism. This allows us to compose these unique and healthy tea blends at “Wellness Tea”.

If you are interested in Traditional Chinese Medicine and would like a personal herbal composition or acupuncture treatment, please contact us. Then have a look at www. for an appointment.

Which water do you use best?

Water is a very important part of brewing tea and herbal infusions!

The best water is soft, low in minerals with a neutral PH value (= 7PH neutral) and a high redox potential. Use water with a residual value below 50mg/l and a high redox potential.

Water with a lot of residues are waters that contain a lot of antioxidants disappeared.

Some brands with good teas and herbal infusions are: Montcalm; Mont Roucous ; Glaciar and Spa.

How do I store loose tea?

Loose tea is best stored at room temperature, dry and in a dark closed tea tin. Je can always put a desiccant such as a silica gel pad in the tea tin so that it absorbs any moisture. in the tea tin. 

This way loose tea can keep for a very long time. Also, nothing happens to the smell, color or taste for a very long time. Because tea is an unrefrigerated product,  the shelf life is extra long.

So keep the tea in the cupboard or in another dark place, but best not in the kitchen because a lot of odors and evaporation takes place in a kitchen.

This Licorice Ginger Tea is slightly sweet and the ginger makes the stomach feel warm. The tea warms the stomach, and can help with digestion and reduce vomiting.

Contains licorice root and can increase blood pressure in sensitive people.< br>
Good to drink:

  • To help digestion.

Don't drink:

  • For stomach ulcers.
  • In case of stomach and intestinal bleeding.
  • Or in case of abdominal pain.
  • During high blood pressure
Our herbs are individually weighed per package so that we can always guarantee you the same amount of each herb per package. We do not make bulk spice mix and then distribute it over the packaging.

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Facts about the effect of the herbs and teas from this herbal tea blend.

Keemun Tea

Qimen red tea is a famous Chinese black tea. First produced in the late 1800s, it quickly became popular in the West and is still used for a number of classic blends. It is a light tea with characteristic stone fruit and slightly smoky notes in the aroma and a soft, malty, non-astringent taste reminiscent of unsweetened cocoa. Keemun is said to have floral aromas and woody notes.

Gedroogde Gember

Dried Ginger (Gan Jiang)

Vital functions include warming the spleen and stomach to expel cold, restoring yang and promoting circulation, and warming the lungs to dissolve retained fluids.< /p>


Licorice (Gan Cao)

Today, licorice root is still one of the most important herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. In addition to its use as a flavoring agent, licorice root has traditionally been used to soothe coughs and sore throats, protect the digestive and urinary tracts, and treat a variety of conditions ranging from diabetes to tuberculosis.