Making Ginkgo Leaf Tea

I have a beautiful ginkgo tree that is beginning to shed it's leaves. I know tea can be made from the dried leaves. Does anyone know how to prepare the tea from the leaves?

By Carolyn from Springville, AL

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Boil the water and infuse 1 teaspoon dried leaves for each cup of hot water. Steep the leaves for 15 minutes and strain the leaves from the l tea. For fresh leaves it takes approximately 5 times the amount of leaves to make 1 cup of tea. Good luck.

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