Ginger is one of those natural herbs that can be used for all sorts of body ailments. The root can also assist with weight-loss.
It’s an inexpensive herb that you can buy to fight off things like colds and flu. The root has more uses than those, though, and it’s easy to prepare according to Daily Organic Recipes.
Ginger water is an amazing treatment that can help you to easily burn fat from the thighs, hips, and waist. This combination is also great in helping with many other ailments.
Ginger water can regulate high cholesterol levels in the body. This prevents all kinds of diseases related to this to cholesterol.
Hypertension: This mixture helps regulate blood pressure and prevents and fights the formation of blood clots in the arteries. Ginger water can combat inflammation, joint problems and diseases such as rheumatism or osteoarthritis.
This mixture is a powerful antioxidant that fights free radicals, which are often the cause of cancer. It is also an anti-cancer agent thanks to its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
This mixture can be prepared easily and all you need is: Some thin slices of ginger root, 1.5 liters of water and the juice of a lemon which is optional.
‘Among other things, ginger is also useful for reducing fever and excessive sweating problems.’
Daily Organic Recipes, April 2018
PREPARATION AND USE: Boil all the water, and add the ginger slices. Let the mixture simmer for 15 minutes then remove the preparation from the heat and let it cool.
Strain it and add a little lemon. Have a glass of the water every day before breakfast and one before dinner.
Other benefits of ginger include:
The improvement of blood circulation: Ginger contains magnesium and zinc, which the main components that help in improving blood circulation. Its properties also inhibit the accumulation of bad cholesterol in the liver, which could also prevent a large number of cardiovascular problems.
Improvement of nutrient absorption: Consuming ginger guarantees the better absorption of essential nutrients in the organism. This is due to the stimulation of the stomach secretion and the pancreatic enzymes.
If you also have issues with appetite, chewing a little ginger before meals can stimulate it.
Prevents colds and flu: Ginger has expectorant and antibiotic properties that could work effectively on colds and flu. It has been used for centuries in the Asian continent as a powerful treatment against the flu, colds, and coughs.
The University of Maryland Department of Medicine also confirmed this benefit. Through research, they determined that ginger tea could reduce the symptoms of colds and flu in adults.
Improves digestion: Ginger helps to relieve abdominal pains that usually occur when there is an inflammation of the stomach. It also prevents and combats constipation, reduces intestinal gas and promotes better digestion.
Strengthens the immune system: Regular consumption of ginger strengthens the immune system and keeps the body’s defenses strong against possible infections. It also reduces the risk of a stroke and is very useful for fighting intestinal bacterial infections.
Relieves joint pain: This root can help reduce pain and inflammation of joints as well as other common ailments.