Ginger in a few words
Ginger term comes from Sanskrit meaning “shaped antlers”. This plant reaches 60 to 150 cm high.
Ginger is cultivated in warm countries for its root. Originally from India, China and Malaysia, it’s used mainly in Asia for its many medicinal virtues since 5000 years.
Ginger, in regular use, is a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and detoxifying. It lowers the level of bad pressure and cholesterol, relieve menstrual pain, burning the bad fats, helps in case of fever, stabilizes insulin and help in case of allergy. Finally, it is tonic, stimulant and aphrodisiac…
Ginger is excellent against
- – Digestive problems – bloating, heartburn and heaviness.
- – Cooling – cold, sore throat, cough and flu-like symptoms.
- – Nausea – travel and pregnancy nausea.
- – Circulatory problems – edema, heavy legs and poor circulation.