Black Cumin: Mint Tea with Black Seed and Honey

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<em>Serves 1</em>
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This ginger variation can tame tension, aid digestion and alleviate heartburn, burping, bloating and other digestive upsets.</p>
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<li>1 cup boiling water</li>
<li>1 mint tea bag or teaspoon peppermint leaves, placed in a tea ball</li>
<li>1 to 1½ teaspoons black seed oil</li>
<li>2 teaspoons honey</li>
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<li>Combine hot water and tea in a mug. Allow to steep for 10 minutes.</li>
<li>Remove tea bag or leaves. Stir in black seed oil and honey, and serve.</li>
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<strong>Variation:</strong> Ginger Tea with Black Seed and Honey – Replace peppermint with 2 to 3 teaspoons finely grated fresh gingerroot. Steep, strain and season as directed above.</p>
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<em>Rachel Albert-Matesz, a frequent contributor to</em> The Herb Companion<em>, lives in Phoenix.</em>
<p>Click here for the original article, <a href=”https://www.motherearthliving.com/plant-profile/the-treasure-of-black-cumin.aspx”>Black Cumin: One of Life’s Tiny Treasures</a>.</p>

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