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I could have sworn I’ve reviewed this before! This is the ginger tea I bust out when I need a serious herbal anti-inflammatory boost. Since I can’t take NSAIDs, ginger, turmeric, and peppermint are my go-to anti-inflammatories (YMMV and this is distinctly not medical advice for anyone else!). I like this one because it has the ginger, turmeric, and galangal, and you can tell from the way they hit that the galangal and ginger are of good quality. It’s flavorful enough to drink on its own, but I like to smooth it out with a bit of honey because I tend to brew it strong. Had this today because I mysteriously sprained my wrist. I’m already RICEing it and have it in a brace, but if it doesn’t get better soon I’ll have to go to urgent care, ugh.

Michelle

Rosemary and lavender in essential oil form work well directly applied to inflammation. But it seems you’ve got the inside covered with lots of anti-inflammatory brews.

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Michelle

Rosemary and lavender in essential oil form work well directly applied to inflammation. But it seems you’ve got the inside covered with lots of anti-inflammatory brews.

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Geek and nerd (shoutout to GeekSteep). Still trying to get a handle on this whole work/life balance while ALSO succeeding at work thing. I have some chronic illnesses that make that harder. Tea is my respite.

Favorite tea types, in order:
oolongs
green
herbal
white
yellow

Don’t drink:
black
pu’erh

A sampling of tea shops I like:
Te Company
Calabash
Volition
Tea Thoughts
Harney & Sons
Yunomi
Teavivre

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