Ginger is an active ingredient in Indian cooking. This spice also holds significance in Indian tradition as people use ginger in various rituals. Thus, ginger is an indispensable part of both Indian cuisine and culture. Ginger has been used since ages to cure a large number of ailments among which indigestion, nausea, muscle pain and inflammation are just few.
Find below 7 health benefits of ginger:
1. Relief from Osteoarthritis Pain
Ginger helps in reducing joints pain, and can provide relief to patients suffering from Osteoarthritis. You can mix ginger powder/juice with sesame or any other oil and apply on joint areas.
2. Treats Indigestion
Ginger has been used since a very long time to treat stomach related problems, and till this day people depend on its medicinal values to treat their digestion problems. Ginger is even effective for curing chronic indigestion.
3. Fights Nausea
Taking a small dose of ginger can be as effective as taking medication to treat nausea. Ginger has medicinal properties that help in curing morning sickness, especially in pregnant women. It is equally effective in getting relief from sea sickness.
4. Cuts Diabetes Risk
It has been proved that ginger has certain ingredients that help to lower blood cholesterol and cut the risk of diabetes. Thus, ginger should be a part of our daily diet for a good health.
5. Cures cold & cough
Ginger is a spice that is religiously taken in winters as an ingredient in tea, as it has properties to keep cold and cough at bay. A portion of ginger juice and honey provides relief from sore throat and cough.
6. Lessens Muscle Pain
Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and thus has a great tendency to reduce muscle pain. Hence, you can drink ginger juice after an intense workout to diminish muscle cramps.
7. Alleviates Menstrual Pain
Ginger can help to lessen body pain during menstrual periods. It is a natural pain reliever against medications like ibuprofen.
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