Ate Ginger Every Day For 1 Week

Ginger, or Zingiber officinale, belongs to the family Zingiberaceae. This plant was already evoked in Chinese scriptures and ancient texts from India, more than 3000 years ago. It is one of the first spices to be imported into the Mediterranean basin across the Red Sea. The Egyptians used it for the process of mummification, while the Romans and Greeks used it for cooking.

Currently, ginger is still used in food as well as in natural medicine. It is composed of minerals like manganese, phosphorus as well as magnesium. This spice also contains calcium, sodium, iron and vitamins beneficial to the body.

Its consumption is particularly required to treat various ailments thanks to its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral and aphrodisiac properties.

Louis Harrington, a scientific journalist at the Lancet, who used ginger for a week, the results on his body confirm what science already says!

Natural ginger based remedies

Indeed, ginger stimulates blood circulation, improves digestion, treats infections, acts as a detoxifier for the body and allows to treat:

Indigestion

To ease indigestion, caused by excessive consumption of certain foods and products or by stress and nervousness, simply prepare a tea by mixing with your hot water: 2 teaspoons lemon juice, one Half a teaspoon of ginger powder and a little honey. Ginger improves digestion with its antispasmodic properties. It also relieves abdominal cramps, bloating and flatulence.

Gastric reflux disease

Gastric reflux is caused by the rise of the acid content of the stomach to the esophagus. To relieve them quickly, prepare a ginger infusion and consume it until your symptoms improve, by not exceeding the recommended dose of 2 g of dried ginger per day.

Menstrual cramps and nausea

During menstrual cramps, consumption of ginger is recommended. In the form of an infusion, herbal tea or simply diluted in a little boiling water, grated ginger root helps relax the muscles and relax the abdomen. In addition, a study conducted by the University of Chiang Mai in Thailand highlighted the usefulness of ginger to relieve morning sickness and vomiting during pregnancy. However, pregnant women should consult their physician before consuming.

Sore throat and cough

Ginger is an ideal natural remedy for sore throat and cough thanks to its anti-inflammatory, expectorant and antiviral virtues. To enjoy this famous remedy, mix three thin slices of ginger root with boiling water as well as lemon juice and honey. Consume this preparation once warmed.

arthritis

Due to its action on blood circulation and its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger is advised in order to relieve the pain related to arthritis. Eat a ginger infusion daily by letting a few pieces of grated ginger root infuse into hot water. You can also apply a compress soaked with essential oil of ginger and sweet almond oil.

Fever

Being a sign that the immune system is fighting against a condition, fever can be diminished by ginger because of its antibacterial and antiviral properties and its sweating action. Simply mix some mint leaves and a small piece of ginger with boiling water. Consume this infusion to promote sweating and eliminate toxins faster.

Migraines

Thanks to its analgesic and anti-inflammatory compounds, ginger calms and treats pain related to migraines. To enjoy its virtues, mix half a teaspoon of dried ginger with 150 ml of hot water and add a little honey.

Dental Pain

Generally caused by caries, dental pain is particularly difficult to bear. For relief, use dried ginger by mixing it with a little water to get a paste. Dip a piece of cotton into the paste, wring it out and apply it on the tooth that makes you suffer. However, be careful not to put on the gum so as not to damage or burn it.

Warnings: Ginger is not recommended for stunted people, people suffering from blood diseases and obstruction of the bile ducts.

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