Ginger Tea Benefits
Take advantage of the benefits of ginger root. From the unpleasant nausea to the unvanquished flu, ginger tea benefits are numerous.
It brings vitality to our heart, bones, muscles and even to our brain.
Whether you enjoy the taste of a cup of ginger tea for its general tonic effect, or use it to spice up your meals, you will be healthier and more optimistic.
Achieve more energy and vitality with ginger tea
Ginger tea invigorates your whole body. It is a natural tonic due to its rich content in vitamins C, D and B, mineral salts (potassium) and trace elements (calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc).
All these natural components help to eliminate toxins out of your body, stimulate the metabolism and the fat burning rate. Use it in your daily diet, maximum 2 g of dried ginger root or 10 g fresh ginger.
Actually, there is one more secret ingredient to get the maximum energy: Whenever you need to boost your mood, drink a cup of ginger tea in small sips and listen to Bobby McFerrin's Don't Worry Be Happy. Your whole day will get better.
Ginger tea benefits include relieving throat inflammation, respiratory congestion, sinusitis and hoarse. It also reduces fever of moderate-intensity and removes mucus.
Ginger tea recipe: Take a small piece ginger root and the grate it. Boil 4 cups of water. Add the grated ginger and boil for about 1 minute. Cover the pan and let steep for about half an hour, then strain.
Drink about 3 cups per day in small sips throughout the day. Don't drink ginger before bedtime, because it's a great energizer and you may not be able to sleep.
If you don't have ginger root, you can use ginger root powder. They have the same effect on flu and common cold. You can also add ginger root powder in a cup with warm milk.
How to always have a lightsome heart
Ginger tea benefits on the heart are known for a long time. Ginger has been used extensively to stimulate and strengthen the heart in Chinese and Indian herbal medicine.
It has anticoagulant properties, reduces cholesterol and also regulates blood pressure.
The main responsible for this success is ginger rhizomes' content (gingerols, zingerol and shogaol), which stimulates blood circulation, activates the metabolism, helps burn fat and has a strong antioxidant action.
At the same time ginger is refreshing, fights fatigue, has vasodilator effects, activates the peripheral blood circulation (eliminates cold hands and feet symptoms), avoids the risk of blood clots, prevent cardiovascular disease, has anti-tumor properties and an overall soothing effect.
The improved blood circulation produces a better oxygenation of the brain, which makes the ginger a perfect herb for memory and concentration.
Increase fertility with ginger
Ginger's aphrodisiac properties are one of the many ginger tea benefits.
Drinking tea increases male fertility through spermatogenesis (sperm volume) and spermatozoids' motility stimulation. It is also used for erectile dysfunctions.
Ginger tea benefits - nausea and vomiting
Ginger is one of the best herbal remedies for nausea. It contains gingerols, the active substances that block the chemoreceptor trigger zone of the vomiting center.
Whether you have motion sickness (car sick, sea sick, air sick) or you feel nauseous after surgery or chemotherapy, ginger tea can help.
I know women who have used ginger for nausea during pregnancy. It's just that, sometimes, the ginger smell or taste made them nauseous. If that's not your case, it is worth trying.
Even if you feel ginger is working, be careful using ginger tea, especially in the first trimester of pregnancy and don't use it for long periods.
Besides ginger tea, you can keep a piece of ginger root under the tongue, or eat 2-3 pieces of fresh ginger stem before traveling.
# Travel sickness: 0.25-1 g dried ginger or 2-5 g fresh ginger, 1 hour before departure.
# Pregnancy: infusion with 0.25 g dried ginger in 1 cup of water, 4 times a day.
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* Like everything else in life, don’t abuse ginger either.
* Don't use ginger if you are scheduled for an intervention or you are following an anticoagulant treatment. In these situations, ginger can cause bleeding or hemorrhage.
* If you suffer from gastric or duodenal ulcer, try to avoid too hot or too harsh spices. Ginger is one such example.
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