Medicinal uses of ginger
The ginger is a tuber especially appreciated for its therapeutic properties, also used as seasoning in cooking for its light spicy flavor. Originating in India and China, ginger is used as a natural remedy for centuries. We are going to see, more carefully, for what serves the ginger as a medicinal plant and what the inconveniences that we can combat taking an infusion.
Ginger exerts an anti-inflammatory and analgesic action, being an effective remedy to combat the pain that usually accompanies inflammatory diseases of the joints like the arthritis. In these cases, it should take between 2 and 3 infusions per day of grated ginger, combined with ash. Add a tablespoon of this mixture in a cup of boiling water.
The dizziness, especially when getting up in the morning or make a sudden movement, is uncomfortable and destabilized. In addition to drinking water, breathe deeply and set the view on a specific point, a good remedy to combat the dizziness and vertigo is the ginger root. Cut into pieces and chop the fresh root and add it to a cup of boiling water. Stir for a few minutes, let cool and drink the tea.
To prevent colds, nothing like enrich the infusions with grated ginger, since this root strengthens the defenses and prevents the progression of the infection. It can be sweetened with thyme honey and drink hot.
Cleanses the body
Are you looking for an effective formula to cleanse the body and release toxins? We propose to you one that, also, purifies the skin. Take after lunch and dinner an infusion prepared with half a tablespoon of grated ginger and five peppercorns. A remedy of sudorific effect to eliminate toxins and leave the skin free of impurities.
Do you feel cold at all times? Add the few slices of ginger infusion to better withstand low temperatures. Ginger root improves blood circulation and facilitates the arrival of blood to the hands and feet.