Herbal - Organic Ginger Root
Ginger Root Benefits
Some of the most Ginger root uses include:
Ginger Tea has a warm, spicy-woody odor. Warms the body and relaxes tight and sore muscles.
Traditional Chinese Medicine UseThe Chinese names for ginger Gan-jiang dried ginger, and Sheg-jiang, fresh ginger, mean to defend, suggesting that ginger helps protect the body from cold. Pulverized fresh ginger applied as a poultice to the head two to three times a day was once used as a (Chinese) folk treatment for baldness, and fresh ginger rubbed on the affected area is a folk remedy for vitiligo. The juice squeezed from the fresh root has also been used in the treatment of burns. In modern China ginger is probably used in half of all Chinese herbal prescriptions. Chinese healers believe than even moderate amounts of ginger tea strengthen the lungs and the kidneys
- owner Recommend use it mix with white, green, black or Oolong and Rooibos, it is also very good mix with like other herbal, such as: Lavender, Rose, Licorice, and much more.
- Ginger Side Effects: Ginger is a blood thinner, if you are taking prescription blood thinners, have a bleeding disorder, or have gallbladder disease don't take medicinal doses of ginger. Pregnant women should be cautious in their use of ginger, it can stimulate the uterus. If this is a concern for you, consider using Cardamom instead.
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