You have probably seen the unremarkable crooked ginger root and not known what to do with it. But its useful medicinal properties have been well known since ancient times. It’s a source of vitamins, micronutrients, and essential oils that have strengthening, invigorating, and anti-inflammatory effects on the body.
WeGoRo loves ginger and shares some useful recipes to strengthen your health and preserve your natural beauty. These recipes can be easily used at home. You just need to try them!
A ginger scrub helps to warm up your skin and improve blood circulation. It also removes swelling to prevent new cellulite forming.
Mix 1 tbsp of grated ginger with 17 fl oz (0.5 liters) of ginger juice. Add 1-1.5 glasses of coarse sea salt. Apply this scrub to a sponge, and use on all problem zones.
Melt 1-2 tbsp of shea butter. Add 1-2 tsp of avocado oil, 3-5 drops of patchouli essential oil, 3-5 drops of ginger essential oil, and 5-7 drops of lemon essential oil. Mix the substance, and put it into a dry clean jar. You can use it as a mask or together with a hand cream.
Note! This substance can cause allergies, so you should be very careful.
Thanks to its great concentration of ascorbic acid, vitamins A and B, zinc, calcium, iodine, natural antibiotics, and antimycotics, ginger strengthens our body and increases our resistance to various diseases.
Ginger deals well with inflammation processes and pains, including muscle pain after intense exercise, women’s period pains, and arthritis. Make a tincture of ginger and turmeric, the juice of 2 lemons, 1 tsp of honey, and water.
Ginger consumption slows down the aging and death of brain cells and resists such neurodegenerative diseases as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. What is more, ginger root improves all cognitive functions and helps keep the memory sharp.
Ginger contains lots of "burning" elements, speeds up metabolism, and reduces appetite. Add fresh ginger to your first and second courses and grated ginger to your drinks. If you drink tea with ginger 30 minutes before meals, you’ll eat less food. You can also drink one glass of kefir (yogurt) with grated ginger, cinnamon, and a pinch of red pepper.
Ginger is mentioned in the Kama Sutra, and, according to some legends, it can keep the fire burning in one’s relationship. Ginger stimulates blood circulation, helps to boost hormones, and increases sensitivity.
Mix equal amounts of grated ginger, honey, and lemon juice to rejuvenate skin and make it glow. Apply a mask to your face for 30 minutes.
According to research, regular ginger consumption can normalize the level of cholesterol and blood sugar. It can also reduce the risk of potential complications. Moreover, ginger helps resist the formation of blood clots and high blood pressure. Boil some ginger with a cinnamon stick, let it cool down, and drink 2-3 times a day.
Ginger provides the scalp with blood inflow, supplies the roots with nutrients, and stimulates hair growth to prevent hair loss.
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