Ginger

Ginger Root has been used in cooking and healing since the dawn of history.  Ginger helps expel gas from intestinal tract, provides counter-irritant when applied to skin overlying an inflamed or irritated joint, treats nausea and vomiting and treats motion sickness.  In food, season to taste for warm, spicy, aromatic dishes.

For motion sickness, the recommended dose 1,500 milligrams approximately 30 minutes before travel.  Use ginger tea as a digestive aid to help treat colds and flu's, nausea, morning sickness, or arthritis, or to avoid heart disease and stroke.

TO MAKE GINGER TEA, USE 2 TEASPOONS OF POWERED OR GRATED GINGER ROOT PER CUP OF BOILING WATER, STEEP 10 MINUTES

                                  Every good quality is contained in ginger

        Benefits of Ginger:

  • Helps reduce pain and inflammation, making it valuable

        in managing arthritis, headaches, and menstrual cramps

  • It has warming effect and stimulates circulation

  • It helps inhibit rhinovirus, which can cause the common

        cold

  • It helps inhibit such bacteria as Salmonella

  • In the intestinal tract, it helps reduce gas and painful spasms

  • It may assist in the prevention of stomach ulcers caused by 

        nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin and

        ibuprofen