Ingredients: China black tea, Cinnamon, Ginger, Apples
For the perfect cup of Madam Grey tea infuse one tea bag in 12 oz of freshly boiled water, brew for 5 to 9 minutes. Serve with raw sugar.
Black tea is a completely oxidized (fermented) tea. Black tea, or as it is known in China – hong cha (red tea), was originally only for export to the foreign markets. Black tea is also known as “Congous” in the international tea trade business. The name Congous is actually taken from the Chinese term Gongfu or Kung-Fu. Northern Congous are also referred to as black leaf Congous, “the Burgundy of China teas”, and southern Congous as red leaf Congous, “the Claret of China teas”.
Cinnamon is a small tree that grows in India, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Brazil, Vietnam, and Egypt. Cinnamon improves circulation and energy flow, it circulates energy to the rest of the body and is thought to have a warming effect. Several studies suggest that cinnamon may have a regulatory effect on blood sugar, reduce cholesterol, cure common cold, boost memory and cognitive function and cure headaches and migraines.
Ginger root is effective in reducing nausea and also may be useful in reducing the pain, stiffness, and immobility of arthritis. Ginger may even improve some cases of constant severe dizziness and vertigo. It also helps relieve migraine headaches.
Many crucial vitamins can be found in relatively large numbers in just one apples, including vitamins C, K and B6. These vitamins are important for normal human functioning that promotes good health, which we know has a positive effect on fat burning.