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Why is drinking ginger tea good for you?

Ginger is a flowering plant that belongs to the Zingiberaceae family. It is native to Asia and it is known as one of the spices in many types of cuisine. Apart from that, it is also known as an ancient herb that is used as a home remedy for treating different illnesses.
Several studies noted that it has a lot of health benefits because it contains high levels of magnesium, vitamin C plus it has gingerols and shogaols. According to research, the latter two components have biological activities such as anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, antiallergic, and antimicrobial.
Dr. Willie Ong suggests drinking one cup of lukewarm ginger tea in the morning and in the afternoon.
Here are the health benefits you can get from drinking ginger tea:
Promotes good circulation
According to Dr. Rafael Castillo, ginger consumption is good for those who have high blood pressure and high cholesterol as it helps to clean the bloodstream. It may also prevent heart attacks, blood clots, and relieve heartburn.
Boost the immune system
Dr. Castillo said because it has Gingerols and Gingerdiol that helps fight bacteria and viruses as well as several types of cancer cells. It also helps in strengthening our immune system and reduces stress because of the antioxidants component.
Healthline.com noted that nasal congestion and other respiratory problems may be addressed when you inhale the steam from ginger tea.
Relieves pain
A number of studies revealed that ginger helps reduce inflammation and helps to alleviate osteoarthritis, especially in the knee area.
Good news for ladies who suffer from Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) such as headache and menstrual cramps, ginger tea may help you.
Ginger tea is very easy to make, just secure ginger and water then boil it for a few minutes. Other people add honey to balance the taste while some who cannot take the taste add lemon and peppermint.
Moreover, it is an all-natural way to promote good health. (ERB)

Last Modified: 2021-Sep-17 18.18.54 UTC+0800