• Gee Gahir

How to make Indian Chai Tea at home - Winter recipe

My homemade chai tea is a favourite among my friends and family.

In this video, I share my authentic winter chai tea recipe.

The herbs and spices you will need for this recipe are:

  • Fennel

  • Cardamoms (green and black)

  • Ginger

  • Dill seeds

  • Cinnamon

  • Black tea (optional) or redbush

  • Jaggery (sweetness) or honey Milk (optional)

Chai can be enjoyed at any time of the day but is perfect with breakfast or after a meal to aid digestion.

A cup of chai tea makes every conversation meaningful, as the spices work their magic and really massage the emotional connection.

This winter recipe will warm your heart and soothe your soul.

Stay Blessed!

Wishing you vibrant health as mother nature intended.



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Working with Gee Gahir, a Pioneer of holistic wellbeing services within the NHS, and Co-founder of Wellbeing Wizards, a podcast platform that provides insights into transforming wellbeing, Gee is an accredited EMCC intuitive lifestyle coach providing preventative naturopathic mind-body-space solutions to facilitate vibrant health and balanced lifestyles.

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Disclaimer: This content including advice provides generic information only. It is in no way a substitute for a qualified medical opinion. Always consult a specialist or your own doctor for more information.