When it comes to making tea, ginger tea may not be for everyone

A ginger tea maker claims that the tea contains no caffeine and has health benefits.

It’s a claim that the makers of a ginger tea drink claim has received some backlash from the tea industry, but it could be just that.

The ginger tea company, which has already made several versions of the drink, is now promoting the product with an infographic that shows the drink’s benefits and claims that it is not for everyone.

The infographic, titled Ginger Tea Benefits, is part of a campaign that the company launched to raise awareness about ginger tea and dispel misconceptions about the product.

It states that ginger tea is “one of the safest tea plants on the planet,” according to a press release from the company.

“Ginger tea is one of the most nutritious and effective herbal teas on the market.

It is also one of few herbs that is naturally diuretic and is not high in sugar,” it adds.

The company claims that its ginger tea has the health benefits of:It’s not the only tea drink that’s gotten some criticism in the tea world.

A group of tea drinkers recently launched a petition to get ginger tea removed from the list of safe herbal tea.

They claim that ginger and other herbal teases are addictive and cause “bad breath.”

But the company says it’s not trying to convince anyone to change their mind.

“We think ginger tea needs to be safe to consume because it contains high levels of caffeine and a lot of sugar, which can be addictive,” said the company in a statement.

Ginger Tea has been around for a long time.

The tea has been traditionally brewed with a ginger root, and the leaves are used in traditional Chinese medicine for a variety of ailments.

Granulated ginger, which is a member of the ginger family, is also an ingredient in some health supplements, according to the company, including some that contain a blend of powdered ginger, ground ginger and a powder of powdered turmeric.

Gram-size ginger is commonly used in tea bags to reduce the amount of sugar that’s in tea.