Ginger is very common ingredient in Indian cuisine that is well known to promote health benefits for thousands of years. It’s been used for medicinal properties that go with a long history for centuries. How? Its benefits in curing one from any kind of digestive issues such as loss of appetite, nausea, motion sickness, pain and as herbal way of improving immunity. It relieves gastrointestinal irritation, stimulate bile and saliva production. Not only that, researches says, increase in its consumption decreases the risk of heart disease, obesity, diabetes. In addition, it promotes a healthy complexion and improvement in hair growth, boosting energy and overall maintaining body weight.
Well known as a standard spice in Indian cuisines that are added everywhere. It’s are the highlights for which it is mainly preferred. In India, whether people know it or not, they just use it because of its flavour. During cold weather, especially for cold, the habit of drinking ginger tea is a very good way to keep one warm. The University of Georgia, says that daily consumption of ginger with supplement exercise- reduces induced muscle pain for about 25%. Ginger provides a huge variety of vitamins and minerals; are rich in Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium and Foliate. And the benefit goes and just goes on.