Ginger and Aloe Tea: A Powerful, Natural Drink

05 October, 2018
Ginger and aloe vera tea is a great alternative for treating gastric problems, high cholesterol and removing toxins. Learn about how to make this incredible tea and all of the benefits it offers your body.

Ginger and aloe tea is one of the most healing, powerful drinks out there. If you haven’t tried it yet, now is the time to discover its great flavor and incredible benefits! In natural medicine, these two ingredients are undoubtedly the most well-known and commonly used.

  • Aloe is a shrub. It’s made of fleshy stalks that have tons of amazing benefits.
  • Ginger is a root we’ve been using for ages to treat many of our common pains.

In this article, we want you to discover the magic of combining these two elements to make ginger and aloe tea. Try it, and you’ll see what wonders it does for your body!

The amazing benefits of ginger and aloe tea

ginger and aloe tea mix
There’s some interesting information out there about ginger and aloe tea. First of all, it’s very helpful for women’s overall health. This is especially true for women going through menopause. It’s particularly good here because it regulates your weight, speeds up your metabolism, and fights hot flashes and cold hands and feet.

Read more: 9 Solutions for Relief from Menopause Symptoms

It fights gastritis

As you might know, your stomach has a mucous membrane lining it. This protects you from the stomach acids you use to digest food. This lining can become inflamed for many reasons, though there are some specific bacteria that increase your risk.


Aloe vera is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It’s can help regenerate your body and relieve infections. This is especially true when it comes to your stomach’s mucous lining.

But, you might be wondering, how does ginger help? How can this medicinal root with such a strong flavor be good at fighting acid or gastritis?

First, you have to know that ginger stops the growth of all bacterial strains. Of course, that includes the ones that cause gastritis. That’s why ginger and aloe tea is a great protective remedy against gastritis or ulcers associated with bacteria.

It also helps to reduce pain, nausea, and discomfort. Lastly, it can reduce inflammation in your stomach lining thanks to it of its anti-inflammatory properties.

It’s a natural painkiller

Ginger and aloe vera help you treat problems associated with:

  • Osteoarthritis
  • Muscular pain
  • Headaches
  • Menstrual pain
  • The pressure associated with varicose vein pain

Ginger acts as a natural painkiller. It has almost the same properties as ibuprofen. Aloe vera is a powerful anti-inflammatory remedy in its own right. It’s also very good for all of the issues associated with arthritis and menstrual pain. Give it a try! It’s worth it.

It helps you lose weight

woman measuring waistline
This ginger and aloe tea acts as a cleanser. It’s a great way to eliminate toxins and other residues in your body. This is especially thanks to the aloin present in aloe vera. It can also speed up your metabolism. This allows you to burn the stubborn fat stored in your abdomen.

You might be interested in: Signs that Your Body Doesn’t Eliminate Toxins Well

The ginger also gives this tea a satisfying effect. The combination of the two stimulates intestinal movement, acting as a great natural laxative. All of these benefits are a great aid for healthy weight loss.

It helps you lower your cholesterol

Drinking this tea every day is enough to significantly reduce your triglyceride and bad cholesterol (LDL) levels. When taken properly, ginger has almost the same effects as Atorvastatin, a medication that lowers your cholesterol levels.

Aloe vera also helps care for your heart because it has germanium, a trace element that’s also present in garlic.

How to make ginger and aloe tea

how to make ginger and aloe tea


  • 1 tablespoon of aloe vera gel
  • ½ teaspoon of freshly grated ginger
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 teaspoon of honey


  • First of all, make sure you never have more than three grams of ginger per day. Too much can lead to negative consequences.
  • Next, bring the water to a boil.
  • Once it’s boiling, add the freshly grated garlic along with the aloe vera. The translucent gel comes from the inside of the plant’s stalks.
  • Let it boil for 15 minutes. Then, let it sit for another 10 minutes.
  • Strain the drink so only the tea remains. Sweeten it with honey and drink it in the morning for breakfast.

You’ll see what a difference it can make!


If you have hypertension, Crohn’s disease, or kidney stones, you shouldn’t take ginger. Aloe vera, on the other hand, is only dangerous if eaten in large amounts. The amount listed in this recipe is a perfectly healthy amount.

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