10 uses of ginger in culinary and natural healing

10 uses of ginger in culinary and natural healing

  1. Ginger is the most effective for treating the elderly. Sharpens mental abilities, taste, sight, hearing. History has preserved the memory of the miraculous drink “elixir of steel health”, one of the ingredients of which is ginger and which was used by the famous philosopher Confucius.
  2. Ginger has long been one of the most popular spices in the East. In recent years, the use of ginger has spread throughout the world. This spice is used to prepare pastries (sweet bread, honey cake, salty and sweet pastries, smoothies, various types of beverages and the like).
  3. Ginger is used today to flavor meat, fish, poultry, soups, stews, stews, vegetable dishes and sweets.
  4. It is recommended to use ginger in fatty foods as it contributes to better fat absorption.
  5. Ginger enhances the aroma of tea. Candied ginger root is a favorite treat and a great dessert.
  6. In traditional Indian medicine that has its origins in Ayurveda, ginger is considered a universal remedy.
  7. People have long believed that ginger is a preventive against plague, so ginger was used during pandemics. Today, ginger root is the official pharmacological agent in many countries around the world.
  8. Usually use 0.3 to 1.5 grams of root several times a day. It is used against poor appetite and indigestion accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Ginger is attributed to retention of urination and swelling and against rheumatism, neurasthenia. It is used for external use in the form of herbal liquid for rinsing the throat and sore throat. Ginger powder is added to tea and porridge because ginger has a pleasant smell and a sharp taste of a specific oily substance gingerol.
  9. Ginger root contains essential oils, fatty oils, starch, cellulose, precious minerals. Iron, zinc and selenium are concentrated in the root. Ginger preparations are not recommended during pregnancy and can cause insomnia in children during breastfeeding. Ginger cures colds and sore throats but should not be used if a person has a high fever.
  10. Ginger powder is widely used in the East in the kitchen in the form of spices for many salty and sweet dishes. Ginger root has a sedative and antispasmodic effect against headaches, bronchitis and bronchial asthma, paralysis and speech disorders, and to strengthen memory.

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