Siberian Ginseng Tea - Benefits & Recipes

Siberian Ginseng Tea - Benefits & Recipes

Written by: Kat Gal

Raise your hand if you are a tea-lover with an extensive tea collection.

I am guilty as charged. Discovering new teas is one of my favorite past times. Cozying up with a cup of hot tea and a book or sharing my favorite tea with my friends and family is even better.

There are so many healing teas out there that your lifetime is simply not enough time to try them all. The best part is that you don’t even have to buy fancy tea boxes - you can make them yourself using roots, herbs, spices, flowers and superfoods.

One of my favorite teas is Siberian ginseng tea. It helps me reduce stress, gives me more energy, reduces any pain and keeps me happy. If you haven’t tried Siberian ginseng before, you should. I bet it can enhance your life too.

What Is Siberian Ginseng?

Siberian ginseng, not to be confused with ginseng, grows in mountain regions of the world. It has been used for centuries in Asia and Russia. It is a powerful adaptogen, which means that when it is ingested, it helps your body to increase its resistance to stress.

Benefits Of Siberian Ginseng

How To Find Siberian Ginseng

Siberian ginseng can be found in health food stores, ethnic supermarkets and online in various forms: solid extracts, liquid extracts, capsules, tablets and roots (dried and cut) for tea. It is even part of some powerful superfood powder mixes, such as Organifi Red Juice.

One of the best ways to enjoy the benefits of Siberian ginseng is by making it into a tea.

How To Make Siberian Ginseng Tea

Ingredients/Materials:

  • Siberian ginseng roots
  • Water
  • A pot
  • A cup
  • A potato peeler
  • A tea ball

Instructions:

  1. Bring some water to a boil.
  2. Remove from heat then pour the water into a cup.
  3. Using a potato peeler, shave your Siberian ginseng root into slivers.
  4. Add a tablespoon of Siberian ginseng slivers into a stainless steel tea ball.
  5. Place your tea ball into the hot cup of water and soak it for five minutes.
  6. Enjoy your tea as is or add some lemon, honey, or mint for flavor.
  7. For additional benefits, you can even eat the boiled roots.
  8. If you prefer it cold on a hot day, cool it in the fridge and add a couple of ice cubes.

If you don’t have Siberian ginseng roots handy, you can enjoy the benefits of Siberian ginseng along with countless other healing superfoods by drinking Organifi Red Juice. Organifi Red is high-quality, organic, plant-based, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free, nut-free, healthy and delicious. You can mix it with a cup of water or add it to any green juice, smoothie, shake, or dessert recipe.

Have you ever made Siberian Ginseng Tea? What are your favorite herbal teas? What are your favorite recipes made with Organifi? We would love to hear your stories and try your recipes. It’s always fun to connect with you online while enjoying our Organifi Juice in hand.

Remember, we're in this together.

Kat Gál is a multi-passionate writer, world traveler, nomad, runner, and cat-person. She is a lifelong learner who lives outside of her comfort zones stretching her boundaries and discovering beauty around the world. She is a Certified Holistic Health and Life Coach who encourages others to embrace their unique authentic selves, follow their heart and find their own version of freedom in life.



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