Well, have you thought about ginger tea? This tea has many health benefits.
Strengthens the immune system
The active compounds of ginger, called gingerols and gingerdiol, have strong antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral properties. Ginger stimulates the body’s ability to prevent the infection completely naturally, and it is a great fighter against colds and flu.
The powerful anti-inflammatory compounds in ginger prevent many illnesses and relieve pain in joints and muscles due to inflammation. Furthermore, it helps with chronic inflammation associated with diabetes, autoimmune diseases, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, and Alzheimer’s disease.
Regular use of ginger improves the cognitive abilities such as memory and prevents inflammation, apoptosis and oxidative stress. By consuming ginger, the mental fog is deleted and relaxes the overactive mind.
Ginger stimulates blood flow, fights against high cholesterol or high blood pressure. In short, ginger effectively prevents the possibility of heart attack and stroke.
Ginger ingredients gingerols and shogaol are a trigger for digestion and improve the absorption of nutrients. Thus, consumption of ginger will help avoid constipation, nausea, damage to the gastrointestinal tract, cramps, diarrhea and vomiting.
Due to its powerful anti-inflammatory properties, ginger is incredible in the fight against cancer, and it prevents metastasis of cancer cells. Numerous studies have shown that ginger effectively prevents skin cancer, liver, bladder, breast, lung, prostate, lymphoma, pancreatic and colon cancer.
Preparation of ginger tea:
– 4-6 thin slices raw ginger
– Cup water
– A small ceramic pot
The method of preparation:
Pour water into a pot and boil it. Then add the ginger and saute over low heat for ten to fifteen minutes. Then remove the pot from the heat and pour the tea into a cup. Add the honey.