First, why ginger tea? For that let's dive into the history of this herb. When you think of ginger you might think of the fizzy ginger ale or gingerbread cookies. But did you know that this rhizome dates back about 5,000 years? Do you have frequent headaches?
Living with migraine can be disabling. Relying on medicines can have lasting side effects. It's time for a tea prescription.
Are you still guzzling up pink liquids to find relief from indigestion? The fiery feeling in the upper part of the stomach can quickly be relieved by a cup of ginger tea.
This is probably one of the easiest non-medicated ways to deal with discomfort. What do you generally drink to feel good? Is it a glass of wine? That doesn't work well when you have a busy day ahead. Instead, try ginger tea.
Have trouble bending or squatting? Your bones might use an extra little help from this tea. Osteoarthritis or painful inflamed joints make daily activities like walking or running very difficult. Want to know what else makes this tea so helpful? Its ability to relieve menstrual cramps.
Having to deal with pain and bloating every month can be pretty tiring. Moving ahead, did you drink ginger juice as a child when you came down with a cold?
Turns out this home remedy works for adults as well. It can reduce the irritation in your lungs, reduce phlegm and clear up your throat.
Are you fully packed for a road trip to the mountains? But have you stalked up your travel tumbler with ginger tea? It is an excellent drink that can help with motion sickness. Is your favorite dress not as flattering as it used to be?
Then try this miracle, fat burner, and ginger tea. The stubborn fat turning into a flab can give you unwanted love handles.
This drink also doubles as an elixir for heart patients. If your diet is loaded with fried food then all the junk is going to clog up your arteries someday.
Ginger tea keeps you away from heart attacks. Ginger is loaded with antioxidants that reduce oxidative stress and free radicals. It can keep you looking younger and prevent cancer.
Scientists have found promising results with ginger against pancreatic, colon, colorectal, prostate, ovarian, and lung cancers. Although we need more studies to confirm its benefits for humans, this could be huge.
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