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


November 23, 20090 found this helpful

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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