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Categories: Health & Nutrition
Ginger is a common ingredient in Asian and Indian cuisine. However, ginger has been used for its medicinal properties for centuries among many cultures.
Ginger has a long history of use for relieving digestive problems such as nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness and pain.
The root or underground stem (rhizome) of the ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, in oil form or as juice. Ginger is part of the Zingiberaceae family, alongside cardamom and turmeric, and is commonly produced in India, Jamaica, Fiji, Indonesia and Australia.
This MNT Knowledge Center feature provides an in-depth look at the possible health benefits of ginger, its nutritional profile, how to incorporate more ginger into your diet and any potential health risks associated with consuming it.
The ginger has strong anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, anti-parasitic and anti-bacterial attributes. Ginger is renowned for its history of boosting immunity and digestion, relieving pain and preventing cardiovascular illnesses, asthma and general wellbeing. It is loaded with magnesium, vitamin C, and other minerals making it very beneficial for overall health.
Ginger is an extremely efficient remedy in the fight against sore muscles, cold, flu and headache, but can also relieve pain. It eliminates the virus that causes influenza, colds and cold sores.
A cup of ginger tea reduces the risk of stroke. Because of its warming properties, ginger improves circulation, oxygen, vitamins and minerals delivery. The antioxidants in ginger fight infections and boost the immune system.
– Organic honey
– Coconut milk
– ¼ teaspoon of ground turmeric
– ¼ teaspoon of ground ginger
– A cup of water
– Boil some water
– Add turmeric and ginger
– Let it simmer for 7-10 minutes
– Put the milk and strain the tea in a cup.
You can also add some flavor if you like, and enjoy this wonderful and healthy tea!