Whether you are trying to be healthy or just love the taste of ginger, this recipe is both refreshing and surprisingly easy. This recipe is not directly related to the use of hydroponics, but it is too good for us not to share.
Add a tablespoon of honey per 1 cup of tea. I add slightly more ginger than the above for a more prominent and spicy ginger flavor.
If you prefer your tea iced, let it cool and add ice. Enjoy!
Whether you are using a hydroponic or conventional gardening, basil is one of the most resilient plants you can grow. This plant is also rich in vitamins and nutrients including Vitamin A, Vitamin K, Magnesium, Calcium and Iron (https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/basil).
Once the basil is ready for harvest, you will be amazed at the volume of herb you have. Use your basil in a favorite dish, to make an essential oil, flavor a crafted cocktail or make a homemade tea. A basil blueberry smoothie is one way to enjoy your crop and nourish your body with vitamins and yummy blueberries. Check out this recipe from https://www.eatingbirdfood.com/flat-belly-blueberry-basil-smoothie/ .