Health Benefits Of Ginger | How Is Ginger Good For You?

Ginger is a spice with pungent smell that has many health benefits. It is one of the most liked spices for cooking and has been traditionally used in many food preparations. Ginger is popular to spice tea and coffee particularly in winter season. It is a rich source of amino acid, calcium, magnesium, iron and essential fatty acid. All in all, it has the ability to cure many common diseases because of several ginger health benefits.

Ginger is also used in pickled and candied form. If you are not having ginger in your kitchen, you must read the below article to

be familiar with gingers health benefits. I am sure; this will reveal some facts about why is ginger good for you and convenience you to give ginger a place in your kitchen.

Ginger is a natural remedy to improve digestion
Ginger aids the process of digestion. Ginger soothes and relaxes your upset stomach by curing many ailments such as diarrhea, indigestion, gastric problems. You can eat fresh slices of ginger with your meal to get your digestion on track. Drinking hot ginger drink is also a great way to boost your digestion.

Ginger to treat cholesterol level
Besides adding flavor to food, ginger is also useful in treating high cholesterol. Cholesterol is a group of those fats which are vital to cellular processes; however in high levels they can be unsafe to the cardiovascular. A report in South Asian Journal of Cardiology says that ginger in your diet can improve cardiac health by lowering the blood cholesterol level.

Ginger help to ease pain from Osteoarthritis
Studies shows that there are evidences that people who take ginger in form of extract two times a day experience less pain from osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is a form of arthritis which causes joint pain to the patient. A study stated that having ginger extract 500 mg twice daily can reduce knee pain due to arthritis.

Ginger is home remedy to treat Dizziness and Nausea
Ginger is the most widely accepted remedy for dizziness and nausea. Including ginger in your diet will help to reduce the symptoms of dizziness, including nausea. You can have a cup of ginger tea, if you are feeling lightheadedness or sickness. Ginger capsules are also available in market, however quantity and frequency to take them should be asked to a health care professional.

Prevention and treatment of cough, colds, flu with Ginger

Ginger has been traditionally used with honey to get rid of cough and to soothe sore throats. This is one of the best Grandma natural home remedies which is very effective in the treatment of cough and cold. Few drops of ginger in a tablespoon of honey is a home remedy beneficial in common cold. Ginger lozenges are also available commercially

to treat cough and cold.
Grandma Ginger Syrup recipe to cure day to day health problems

Ginger homemade syrup / Ginger tea
You might also be familiar with this natural ginger syrup recipe with honey and hot water. This homemade simple ginger syrup proves to be very beneficial to me in many day to day health disorders such as vomiting, headaches, coughing, flu, cold. You can also try this remedy. All you have to do is to boil a cup of water and add a teaspoon of grated ginger to it. Let it boil for few minutes. Now, pour this hot water in a cup and add a tablespoon of honey to it. Some people also add lemon to this ginger tea or syrup. But, I don't. Drink this warm ginger syrup or you can say ginger tea while relaxing, you will feel very good. I can say by my experience.

Do not exceed four grams of ginger a day
Ginger is considered safe for health, but like any other food if it is taken in large doses it has been reported to cause some side effects such as heartburn, diarrhea, and upset stomach. According to the University Of Maryland Medical Center, the total intake of ginger in food, beverages and supplements should not exceed four grams a day. One should consult his doctor before taking any herb or herb supplement to cure any health ailment.

As you got to know that how ginger is good for you and other ginger health benefits now, do try some ginger on your dinner table today. You can also add it as a spicy addition in food or can prepare ginger pickle at home. Ginger is that powerful anti-oxidant, which lend a helping hand in increasing absorption of other remedies.



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