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Ginger Pickles are a great addition to our meals especially as it gives that unique taste to the food.
You can easily make it yourself with a touch of honey, and it is great in soups and sauces. Making ginger pickles at home is easy, and it is much more fun and special than buying them from the store.
Ginger has many uses in dishes everywhere in the world and is one of the oldest and most traditional natural remedies – extremely versatile and easily available in almost any marketplace around the world. It is one herb we always keep at hand for its uses for upset stomachs, respiratory issues, and even skin problems!

It’s a potent, pungent spice to aid in digestion and maintain a balance in the guts. It gives heat to the body and can be used as a medicine for all sorts of ailments, from colds to muscle sprains to clearing phlegm in the lungs, or for a soothing tea on cold nights. In Ayurvedic remedies and Chinese medicines, ginger is very useful in stabilizing Helicobacter Pylori bacteria which can cause ulcers when they over-proliferate in our system.

Ginger is a highly aromatic and potent herb, rich in the natural source of vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, copper, and manganese. Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is a bacteria that cause the infection that occurs in your stomach when it overpopulates the internal environment. Ginger has the potential to neutralize this bacteria as well as Oregano essential oils that antibiotics are unable.

Important health benefits of ginger:

Heals the gut and relieves nausea, and can help prevent ulcers as it neutralizes helicobacter pylori bacteria that can lead to stomach cancer. The fresh juice of ginger is known for its

  • anti-inflammatory properties.
  • strengthen the immune system.
  • ease pain and promote healthy inflammation levels, especially involving joint pain.
  • lowers cholesterol levels.

Can increase thermogenesis in the body, with beneficial effects on metabolism and fat storage. Supports healthy blood sugar levels. Stimulates memory and brain function and

  1. Improves digestion
  2. Relieves congestion, clears sinusitis, and colds.
  3. Pain reliever
  4. Controls high blood pressure
  5. Removes bad breath
  6. Cure for acne
  7. Promotes hair growth

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Ginger juice has amazing antibacterial properties. Consuming ginger juice with dried pepper honey and turmeric and lemon can help eliminate mucous and congestion in the lungs. To cure a cold, headaches, fever, stomach aches, migraine, indigestion. Mix 2 tablespoons of ginger juice with 1 tablespoon of honey, 1 teaspoon of turmeric powder, and one whole lemon juice at least two to three times a day. It can also help in clearing a sore throat. To prevent congestion drink two tablespoons of ginger juice with honey lemon juice and a half teaspoon of turmeric powder.

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