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Honey Ginseng Tea
The Honey Ginseng Tea is an out of this world tongue tingling experience. It is one the youngest teas that originated in1975. The sweetness of the honey, plus the slight spice and bitterness of ginseng blended together is a very different taste and the Honey Ginseng Tea is one of the healthiest teas that one could have.
Honey is not only a subtle sweetener, but it also cleanses the system as well as increase the quality and quantity of blood circulated on the body. Ginseng is a known ingredient from ancient times that offer great medicinal advantages. Ginseng contains natural components that are known for reducing the stress levels, increasing cell regeneration, oxidation and detoxification of the body. All in all ginsengs is used from ancient times for maintaining and restoring health. Ginseng is so useful and healthy that it is a vital ingredient in the preparation of chocolates, energy bars, candies, wafers etc. Thus it can be said that ginseng vitalizes both body and mind.
Ginseng too has its share of cons. These being the side effect as they are called are insomnia (nervous agitation causing problems in falling asleep), diarrhea, headaches etc. And it has an adverse effect on the new mothers as there is a negative effect on the estrogen like effect that is not advisable for infants and thus feeding mothers are advised not to consume tea during this period. There have also been more severe side effects that have been brought to notice such as asthma attacks, increase in the blood pressure. Ginseng is mainly consumed for its medicinal value and not because of the taste. This is because ginseng tastes bitter and unpleasant to most people. Thus it is most frequently mixed with lotus, cinnamon, honey etc that are a natural anti bacterial and preservative for ginseng. Honey contains a wide variety of minerals and vitamins such as vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6 and vitamin B5 and minerals such as iron, copper, magnesium, calcium, manganese, potassium, zinc, phosphorous, sodium etc. Honey Ginseng Tea also offers antioxidants as well as amino acids to aid better the protein content in the body.
Honey and Ginseng is a very powerful combination, that there are even soaps, cleansers, moisturizers, creams, toners etc that are mainly skin care products as they help restore the lost luster and glow of the skin along with polishing and smoothening the skin and also the more serious problems such as eczema etc can be controlled to a great extent.