Ginger and its multiple benefits.

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Benefits of ginger.

Ginger activates the movements of the intestines and the absorption of nutrients, eliminates unnecessary toxins for the proper functioning of the body, it is also often used to treat heartburn and intestinal gas.

According to studies the plant acts accelerating the metabolism and stimulating the process to burn body fat. The compounds 6-gingerol and 8-gingerol raise body temperature and sweat production.

It prevents colorectal cancer, ovarian cancer and ulcers, the prevention of colorectal cancer, thanks to the compound 6-gingerol, this substance prevents the development and proliferation of cancer cells in the intestinal area, helps fight the bacteria H. pylori, which causes stomach ulcers.

It regulates blood pressure by improving blood flow. In addition, ginger makes the blood more 'liquid', making it more fluid. This favors the prevention of cardiovascular diseases.

There is a great variety of teas and infusions that mix ginger with other herbs to increase its benefits.

We can also consume it in the form of candies.

Ginger is used to combat migraine and menstrual pain. This is achieved by blocking the effects of prostaglandin, present in both cases.

Ginger is diaphoretic, promotes sweating. It works to warm the body from the inside, so it also helps to reduce cold symptoms. It is also recommended for use when throat problems appear.

As mentioned above, its anti-inflammatory action helps to relax muscles and body tension, improves blood flow, sensitizing the erogenous zones of the body. Properties that make ginger a natural aphrodisiac whose effects are effective.

Ginger can be consumed in various forms: fresh, powder, spice, oil, juice or infusion.

Important information of ginger, quantity per 100 grams.

  • Calories: 80.
  • Total fat: 0.8 g.
  • Saturated fatty acids: 0.2 g.
  • Cholesterol: 0 mg.
  • Sodium: 13 mg.
  • Potassium: 415 mg.
  • Carbohydrates: 18 g.
  • Dietary fiber: 2 g.
  • Sugars: 1.7 g.
  • Proteins: 1.8 g.
  • Vitamin C: 5 mg.
  • Calcium: 16 mg.
  • Iron: 0,6 mg.
  • Vitamin D: 0 IU.
  • Vitamin B6: 0.2 mg.
  • Vitamin B12: 0 µg.
  • Magnesium: 43 mg.

SUMMARY AND TIPS.

It has antioxidant action in the body. It acts by preventing diseases such as flus, colds, dizziness, cancer and premature aging. It is also a natural anti-inflammatory, improves headache and muscle pain, as well as respiratory diseases such as cough, asthma and bronchitis.

I usually take ginger infusion, sometimes I add turmeric as these plants have good and effective properties, I can attest that ginger for colds, strong flu, to relax is effective, as well as turmeric is good for people who have or suffer from psoriasis among other things.

I recommend ginger candies or you can also elaborate them, this way it is easier for some people to consume it in the course of the day, you could also add it as a condiment to your meals.

In the photos you will appreciate the ginger that I have in a pot that still needs to mature for that reason this time I will not be able to show you the harvest, but I have ginger already ready from the previous harvest.

According to my experience the ginger plant is more delicate than turmeric, so you have to pay attention once planted, do not put too much water, it must have sun and not too much.

The time to harvest once you sow the ginger is nine to ten months, I tell you that sometimes I have left it a while longer it all depends on the plant and maturation of the same, if you want to get big and beautiful ginger, plant it in a fertilized soil.



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 3 months ago  

it's easy to take care of but you have to wait for a long month before the harvest so I decided to plant something else.

If indeed, for the harvest it is a considerable time, but it is a plant that has many benefits.