Showing posts with label Benefits of Ginger uses and #Tea #Ginger #organic #natural. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Benefits of Ginger uses and #Tea #Ginger #organic #natural. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Benefits of Ginger uses and #Tea #Ginger #organic #natural

Benefits of Ginger uses and tea

Yes, There are many benefits to drinking Ginger Tea!! I sometime add Lemon, Turmeric, and Cinnamon to the Ginger Tea, But I always mix it with Raw Wild Local Honey, And I use Wild Local Honey because it is a natural antibiotics and heals my asthma and allergy!! It will build up your immune system!! I tried the natural Tea Bags from the stores, they just don't seem to have enough Ginger Taste to me!! So I was sitting here thinking of all my friends that are sick with the colds and flu yucky feelings. And just though this tea could help someone before they get so sick, It helps with inflammation in the body and arthritis and so much more, From soothing soar throats and taking down the inflammation in the throat!! Please watch the Video for more uses for Ginger Roots, I Peel and slice mine and add Two Cinnamon sticks!! I let it boil for 10 to 15 minutes. Then I turn it off and cover it and then when it  cools a little, I sit back and enjoy a nice Cup of Homemade Cinnamon Ginger Tea!! Hope this helps someone tonight :) Of course I am not a Dr but it works for me and many other!! Please let me know if you like Ginger Tea or have made your own Ginger Tea?? xoxo
Ginger not only adds spice to your food, but also helps to treat a number of health disorders and has been used for the same by Ayurvedic physicians since ancient times in India. The most important active components of ginger, namely gingerols and shogaols, are known for their beneficial effects on the digestive system. Its volatile oils and pungent phenolic compounds stimulate the flow of bile from the gallbladder and thereby aid in fat digestion.
This wonder herb is an effective carminative and is therefore very useful in treating flatulence, nausea, and abdominal bloating. Eating ginger, half an hour prior to a boat or car ride can effectively prevent motion sickness. It also provides relief from menstrual cramps, dyspepsia, or colic. It is also frequently used for treating diarrhea.
Drinking a cup of ginger tea helps to boost the immune system during the flu season. Its antiviral, antibacterial, and antifungal properties have been employed for the prevention and treatment of a number of illnesses. A concoction prepared using ginger is known to break up the mucus, relieve throat congestion and chronic cough, and clear the sinuses. The anti-emetic effect of ginger has been found to be very useful for the management of morning sickness in pregnant women.
Further, ginger displays anti-inflammatory properties that are invaluable in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, and various other musculoskeletal disorders. The chemical components of the root are instrumental in decreasing inflammation. Studies have proved that the regular consumption of ginger reduces pain and improves mobility in patients suffering from inflammatory disorders.
In addition, some research studies have demonstrated the beneficial effects of ginger in lowering cholesterol levels. Preliminary studies have shown that the root prevents the formation of blood clots and helps relax the muscles around the blood vessels, thus affecting the heart positively. It is also suggested that ginger lowers LDL cholesterol by decreasing its absorption.