Soothe ginger mint with lemongrass

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  • “Another cold soother. I like this blend, but don't love it. It doesn't taste overly gingery to me, or overly minty. All I tasted is a subtly flavoured chamomile, which isn't my favourite. ...” Read full tasting note
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  • “My boyfriend picked this up on a whim last night and it's become one of our new favorites. I suffer from a lot of really painful cramps thanks to IBS and find this with a little drop of honey to...” Read full tasting note
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“A quiet, comforting blend of warm ginger, lemongrass and cool mint to help soothe mind, body and soul”

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Another cold soother.

I like this blend, but don’t love it. It doesn’t taste overly gingery to me, or overly minty. All I tasted is a subtly flavoured chamomile, which isn’t my favourite. But it’s going the trick for me.

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Boiling 8 min or more

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My boyfriend picked this up on a whim last night and it’s become one of our new favorites.

I suffer from a lot of really painful cramps thanks to IBS and find this with a little drop of honey to be very soothing. I’ve heard that mint is a home remedy for indigestion so I’m not surprised I found some relief with it. The addition of lemongrass keeps things fresh.

Simple, yummy, and cheap.

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