Today I’m feeling less than best, but much better than the last two days.
Although we have two large thyme plants growing here, I went with dried, organic thyme and ginger purchased from an organic grocer. My ginger plants failed the last two seasons, and this summer, I didn’t get around to planting any. I do plan to remedy that next spring.
I don’t have bagged ginger or thyme tea. Here we make it fresh, or from dried ingredients, and we just sprinkle what we think will taste right into a cup. Fresh thyme only takes a couple small leaves. Ginger can be a couple of slices of ginger root, or about a quarter (or more) of dried ginger powder per cup. Add some hot (though not boiling) water, let it steep (preferably covered) for a couple minutes, then it’s ready to sip.
If you prefer sweet tea, good options for sweeteners are raw honey, organic molasses or Sugar in the Raw.
If you’re a chaga coffee/tea/soup fan, adding ginger and thyme to it tastes pretty good. Chaga’s hard to mess up. It’s mild and goes well with other organic ingredients.
That’s it for this one!
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