When you’re walking through the produce section of a grocery store, you’ve probably passed by a ginger root in an inconspicuous corner of the aisle. Since ancient times, the benefits and therapeutic qualities of ginger have been praised. Ginger contains many useful properties, such as many vitamins, essential oils, anti-inflammatory, moisturizing, and strengthening effects on the human body.
Ginger should not be used in the following cases: If you have heart or liver problems, during bleeding, with high blood pressure, and during the 2nd and 3rd trimesters of pregnancy.
Fresh ginger root, powder and ginger essential oil are suitable for use directly in the first or second meal.
Before using ginger as Max, it’s best to take a small amount and apply it to one part of your hand to see if you’re allergic.
If you have problems with your digestive system, or if you have nausea, especially during pregnancy, you can chew a small amount of ginger or drink it in ginger tea.
3. Supports immunity.
Vitamins B and A, zinc, calcium, iodine, and ginger contain a lot of ascorbic acid, so they support the human body’s immunity and increase resistance to various diseases.
Add a spoonful of grated ginger to 250ml of black or green tea and drink.
Add 2-4 lemons, 400 g of fresh ginger and 250 g of honey to the finished glass. Then put the finished glass preparation in a place out of direct sunlight for a day and then put it in the refrigerator for 6 days. So, drink one spoon of the finished product on an empty stomach in the morning during the peak of a cold.
4. Relieves illness.
Ginger is a pain reliever and suppresses inflammation, especially for muscle pain after intense training, menstrual pain, and joint pain.
5. Activate brain activity.
Ginger consumption slows down aging and brain cell death. Also, ginger root improves all cognitive functions and helps with memory.
6. Fights aging.
Ginger contains a huge amount of antioxidants and supports the renewal process in the body and removes toxins.
7. Helps to lose weight.
Ginger has a lot of “burning”. due to its substance content, it accelerates metabolism very well and reduces appetite. Ginger root and powder can be used in the first and second meals, as well as added to drinks. Drinking ginger tea half an hour before meals will help you eat less than normal. But in the evening, add a little ginger powder and a pinch of red pepper to a glass of fat and drink it.
8. Makes the skin smooth.
You can prepare a face mask by combining powdered ginger, honey and lemon juice. Apply the mask for 30 minutes. This mask has the advantage of brightening the skin and restoring moisture.
9. Remove acne.
Mix one teaspoon of powdered ginger with 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar and apply it on the affected area to reduce skin inflammation and reduce redness very quickly.
Mix one teaspoon of powdered ginger with one teaspoon of honey and a little milk. Apply the paste on your face for 10-15 minutes and wash it off with warm water.
10. Promotes hair growth and prevents ingrown hairs.
Ginger improves blood supply to the head, provides the hair roots with necessary nutrients, stimulates hair growth and prevents hair loss.
Hair strengthening mask: Add jojoba oil to grated ginger, apply it evenly on your hair and scalp, and wash it off after 30 minutes.
Mask for hair growth. Rub the ginger root, add 2-3 cloves of garlic, add water and let it sit for a few minutes. Add olive or coconut oil to the prepared solution and apply it to the ends of your hair.
Fresh lemon with ginger
Anti-dandruff mask. Add olive or sesame oil to the grated ginger root, mix it and apply it on your scalp for 15-25 minutes. Try it twice a week.