Ginger has been known since ancient times and has been used in the treatment of many diseases. Ginger is a root plant. It grows under the ground, and is very similar to tubers on potato. Ginger is characterized by yellow leaves. Doctors and herbalists prefer fresh ginger, because its freshness is much more effective than when it is stored. This is because ginger loses its benefits over time.
Ginger is used as a kind of spices for many recipes, after grinding to become a powder, because it has a sharp and distinctive taste, and sometimes used fresh too, and can also be taken as a drink after boiling water and soak enough to extract the wonderful ginger drink useful and used in Treat many diseases.
Benefits of drinking ginger
- Ginger syrup works to eliminate respiratory diseases; colds, asthma, cough, and cold, which is useful for dry throat.
- Ginger syrup is very effective for nausea if taken in the morning on the stomach, because it contains vitamin B6.
- Ginger is soothing to the nerves, tension and stress that may affect the human body.
- Provides the body with heat especially in the winter.
- Many studies have shown that ginger syrup reduces the incidence of renal failure.
- Ginger is prescribed for people with obesity. Ginger helps improve gastrointestinal disorders and works to burn fat.
- It regulates the work of the digestive system in general; it is useful in cases of constipation.
- It expands the blood vessels because it contains warm and pungent substances that improve blood circulation.
- It is considered sexually suggestive of male and female.
- Helps relieve menstrual pain as well as blood flow more quickly.
- Works to relieve headaches, especially migraines.
- Treatment of colon diseases.
- Gingerbread reduces blood pressure and cholesterol.
- Is a strong gas repellant.
The correct way to save the ginger is by peeling the ginger beads, then sprinkle them well, then spread grated ginger on a tray covered with butter paper by placing a small amount of a tablespoon of ginger powder, and then put it in a freezer until frozen and becomes hard, then arrange the amount of ginger in This is the best way to keep ginger in order to retain its benefits and not lose its effectiveness. Ginger can be saved using this method for about six months.