Medicinal Properties of Ginger Root

 

 

 

Ginger, as an herb is used in a variety of food preparations to enhance the nutritional value and the taste. But many are unaware that the root has medicinal properties that help to cure an array of ailments and illnesses. The root is the most commonly used part of the plant and is also used in aromatherapy.

Ginger helps to warm your system. When inculcated into food items; ginger can help to cure common ailments like cough and common colds. It is commonly added to soups to help to clear a sore throat. The herb is also used in the preparation of tea to help to relieve the itching sensation in the throat and reduce the soreness in the throat. It is also available in the powder form and when mixed with honey it helps to clear an aching throat and reduce inflammation in the throat.

 

The herb is known to be effective in the elimination of toxins. If you are feeling bloated, suffering from acidity or are uneasy, simply add a few finely cut pieces of ginger to your food and you will feel relief immediately after the meal.

It is a very popular non-alcoholic beverage. It helps to cure acidity and give instant relief from stomach cramps during PMS.

It is commonly added to baked goodies like cakes, cookies and breads to add to the taste and to help to relieve any acidity that may be caused by over eating the food.

It is often used to break down the acids in your stomach. Thus it is added to meats and foods that may have enzymes in them.

Ginger is also known to balance foods well. Too many cold foods like vegetables and fruits need to be balanced out in your stomach and ginger helps to do just that. Simply add a spoon of it in the paste form to your food and you have a balanced meal.

Ginger helps to relieve morning sickness. For pregnant women who loose all their energy in their first trimester by throwing up all over the place, ginger helps to regain the strength that they have lost and reduces the nausea sensations as well.

Medicinal Properties of Ginger Root

Medicinal Properties of Ginger Root

Ginger, as an herb is used in a variety of food preparations to enhance the nutritional value and the taste. But many are unaware that the root has medicinal p

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2024-04-04

 

Medicinal Properties of Ginger Root
Medicinal Properties of Ginger Root

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