Ginger is popular ingredient for cooking, especially for Asian, Indian and Chinese food. Ginger plant (Zingiber Officibale) is flowering plant, which root is being used for spice and traditional medicine. The root or underground stem (rhizome) of ginger plant can be used fresh, powdered or dried, and oiled.
Ginger is known as the healthiest and most delicious spice on this planet. It also contains a lot of nutrients and bioactive agents that have powerful benefit for the mind and body.
Ginger along with the Zingiberaceae family and closely related to turmeric, cardamom and galangal. Ginger has long history of use in various alternative medicine. It has used to help digestive problem, reduce nausea and help fight flue and common cold.
Ginger also being used to help reduce muscle pain and soreness. In this case, ginger doesn’t have immediate impact, you must give at least 7 days with regular consume of ginger tea. These effect is believed to be mediated by the anti-inflammatory in ginger.
The anti-inflammatory agent on ginger also helps with osteoarthritis patients. In this case, ginger should be applied on the joints or muscles area. So best to use ginger oil for this treatment.
Ginger tea regularly consume drastically lower blood sugars and improve disease risk factor. This area of research is relatively new, but ginger have powerful anti-diabetic properties.
How to make Ginger Tea?
- Take ginger root and wash it clean
- Pealed the skin of the root and smash of finely cut
- Put in the boiling water and boil about 10 minutes
- Let cool down
- Separate ginger water and ginger pealed
- You may drink the ginger water while hot, or wait until it cools down. When the ginger water is cooled down, the spice taste of the ginger will become stronger.
If you have sore throat, please be mindful when consuming ginger tea. Sore throat is the condition when the body feels weak and the immune system is working hard to secure the body system. Better to drink the ginger water when it is cooled down.
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