Eat Ginger Every Day for a Month, And See What Happens to Your Body
Knowing that some things don’t come easily, we still try to find some easy ways to reach our aims in the shortest time. One of the most popular topics nowadays is slimming. People all over the world try to find this magic diet or product, making people slim and happy in two days. No, in a shorter time. Let’s say, in an hour.
Well, we are glad to announce that there is such a magic “pill”… Meet GINGER in all the variety of its utility!
Treating hair 1:04
Relieving pain 1:49
Fighting queasiness 2:45
Improving skin 3:41
Losing weight 4:49
6 interesting facts about ginger 5:48
– You can forget about it being dry and weak. All you need is to mix some grated ginger and water in a spray bottle and apply it directly to the scalp.
– The next time you strain a muscle or sleep in an awkward position, add some ginger oil to your bath. You can even apply a mixture of ginger paste heated up slightly directly to the affected area for the sweetest muscular relief. Your supposition is quite right – ginger is an excellent painkiller.
– If you suffer from sickness or any other kind of nausea, you need ginger in your life. Ginger root has been proven to reduce both the severity and frequency of vomiting, and it is a completely natural way of relieving nausea.
– It is also important to mention that ginger is one of nature’s anti-inflammatories, so you will no longer know what sore or tired skin is. Doctors say that ginger also promotes blood circulation and reduces the blood pressure which is great.
– All diet-fans first of all offer trying ginger tea. To make such slimming drink, you need to cut or grate some fresh ginger root (about 2 inches), boil it in 1 liter of water for 10 to 15 minutes, and then strain the liquid. You’ll get the best results if you drink this tea before each meal.
– In the Medieval period in England, 1 pound of ginger cost the same price as one sheep.
– In the 5th century, seamen took ginger to their journeys to protect themselves from travel sickness and preserve the freshness of food.
– Google named “Gingerbread” its 3.0 version. He, it’s just so cute.
– India produces 50% of all world ginger production. It’s also called the Motherland of ginger. Seems quite logical, as this country has different spices production as a cultural characteristic.
– The Sanskrit definition of ginger is “horned root.” We guess that’s because of its looks. It seems really horned!
– The USA, England, and Germany are number one fans of ginger ale. This product makes an ordinary beer taste much more interesting and unusual.
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