Home Drinks DIY! Why You Should Start Drinking Ginger Tea immediately & How To Make Ginger Tea
DIY! Why You Should Start Drinking Ginger Tea immediately & How To Make Ginger Tea

DIY! Why You Should Start Drinking Ginger Tea immediately & How To Make Ginger Tea

Ginger Tea

Ginger is one of the most common ingredients in the kitchen used worldwide.

Its distinctive flavor and aroma add zest to various cuisines.

Ginger has a lot of medicinal properties.

Ginger is an excellent source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E and vitamin B-complex as well as minerals, calcium, zinc, iron, potassium, phosphorus, magnesium and beta-carotene.

In addition, Ginger has antioxidant, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antispasmodic, antinausea and anti-inflammatory properties that can help prevent and treat numerous diseases.

Ginger tea is for the best of your health

You can eat and use ginger in various ways, but making a ginger tea and sipping it is one of the healthiest and best options.

You can easily make at your home this soothing beverage.

Ingredients for ginger tea:

– 4-6 thin slices of raw ginger

– Lemon juice

– 1½ -2 cups of pure (filtered) water

– Sugar (honey-NOT for VEGAN) by taste

Preparation of Ginger tea:

-1. Peel the root of ginger and wash it thoroughly

-2. Slice the root of ginger into thin slices

-3. Put water in a pot and boil

-4. Add the ginger slices

-5. Put a lid on the pot and allow mixture to simmer about 10 min.

-6. Strain the water to remove ginger

-7. Squeeze lemon and put juice as per your taste

-8. Put sweetener by your taste

-9. Stir well and enjoy your ginger tea

You can drink and cold tea if you put in a fridge for 30 min and add ice cubs before serving.

Health benefits from drinking ginger tea:

-1. Improves your blood circulation and decrease cardiovascular problems

-2. It has been proven to treat prostate cancer, cancer, etc.

-3. Provides help and treat joint pain and muscles

-4. Ginger tea can be considered as beneficial treatment and prevention of diabetes complications

-5. Eases menstrual discomforts

-6. Alleviates nausea, vomiting and stomach disorders

-7. Strengthens your immune system

-8. Fights respiratory infections, influenza, cold, cough

-9. Eases sore throats and headaches

-10. Helps for people with asthma – inhibit airway contraction and reducing airway inflammation

-11. Decrease cholesterol levels

-12. Helps fertility at males

-13. Prevent and treat Alzheimer`s disease – decrease loss of brain cells and protect them for long

-14.  Weight loss – Ginger is a fat burner, reduces your calories, burns excess fat and shed weight

-15. Helps to relax and relieves stress

Side effects of ginger tea:

-1. Patients with gallstones should not drink ginger tea

-2. Pregnant women should not drink ginger tea

-3. Ginger tea can cause sleeplessness and restlessness

-4. You should avoid drinking ginger tea on empty stomach it can upset your stomach

-5. Overdose can cause heartburn, nausea, irritation and diarrhea

NOTE: Children younger than 2 years should not consume ginger and adults not more than 4gr. per day.

Source: www.top10homeremedies.com

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/search/google-cse#gsc.q=ginger

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK92775/

 

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