Thursday, February 28, 2013


Since hundreds of years, ginger has been reliable for use in medicine. Nutrients contained in ginger is very beneficial for health. Researchers around the world are finding out that it can cure a variety of health issues from migraines to cancer. It is a natural herb trusted for ages and has been proven effective all over the world. This powerful herb also has calming effects when used as tea. Here are some of the known ginger tea health benefits.

Prevent diabetes :A recent study has proven that ginger can help in lessening the harmful effects of diabetes and even prevent kidney damage that can prove to be fatal to one’s life.

Provides relief against heartburn:  In tea form, this natural concoction has proven effective for decreasing incidence of heartburn.

Natural painkiller for menstrual cramps, pain, inflammation and migraine : Ginger tea has been proven effective against various types of pain due to its anti-inflammatory properties. It stops prostaglandins that cause inflammation and pain to the blood vessels.

Prevents flu and cold: Ginger has been proven to be a natural remedy against cases of flu and colds.
It helps alleviate motion sickness: It is a natural cure for nausea that is caused by motion sickness

Alternative for digestive tract problems: It can address issues related to food poisoning and stomach flu. It has good effects on one’s digestive system and promotes better digestion. It can in fact cure digestive disorders such as diarrhea, flatulence and indigestion.

Ovarian cancer treatment: Ginger had been found to be effective towards treating ovarian cancer. It found that it prevented and lessened incidents of cell death in the body.
Colon cancer prevention: Ginger has been found to be very effective in slowing down the growth of cancer cells in the colon. Studies have shown that it does prevent the progression of cancer in the colon by stopping cancer cells from developing.


·  water, 4 cups
·  2-inch piece of fresh ginger root
·  optional: honey and lemon slice

Peel the ginger root and slice it into thin slices. Bring the water to a boil in a saucepan. Once it is boiling, add the ginger. Cover it and reduce to a simmer for 15-20 minutes. Strain the tea. Add honey and lemon to taste.

Note: Keep in mind that if you are making ginger tea as a home remedy during cold and flu season, sweeteners are not recommended.

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