Why you should start drinking ginger tea and how to prepare it
This tea brings a myriad of health benefits, and we will mention some of them:
It strengthens the immune system
Ginger has two active substances known as gingerdiol and gingerols. They have strong anti-viral, anti-fungal and antibacterial properties.
Ginger is also rich in anti-inflammatory substances and compounds that are able to protect us from various health problems and relieve pain in muscles and joints caused by inflammation.
It improves the performance of the brain
If you use ginger on a regular basis, you will be able to improve cognitive performance and memory, because this spice keeps us safe from inflammation, oxidative stress and apoptosis. Ginger is very effective and useful for middle-aged women.
Improves blood circulation
It turns out that this large root supports proper blood circulation and combats symptoms of cardiovascular disease, including hypertension and high cholesterol levels. In addition, ginger removes arterial plaque. Ginger ultimately keeps us safe from heart attacks.
It improves digestion
Ginger stimulates digestion and improves absorption of nutrients. Thus, consumption of ginger can prevent nausea, constipation, damage to the gastrointestinal tract, vomiting, diarrhea, cramps and few other similar health problems.
It protects against cancer
Several studies have shown that ginger can prevent progress, survival and metastasis of cancer cells. It provides a particularly effective protection of pancreatic cancer, prostate, bladder, skin, lung and liver.
The recipe for tea
One cup of water
About four or six slices of raw ginger
A small saucepan (ceramics)
Put the water in a ceramic saucepan and wait until it starts boiling. After that, add the ginger slices and reduce the temperature.
Boil the contents for about 15 minutes. Then pour the tea into a cup. Insert a little honey on the end and enjoy!
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