What is Ginger useful for us?
Ginger has a wide application - to soups, sauces, marinades and many other dishes, from roasted apples to fried vegetables. Of course, as a supplement to tea is one of its distinguishing features, not only for a pleasant taste, but also because of its soothing properties. A good source of vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, copper, manganese, ginger is considered a herbal medicine with a gas-effect: a substance that helps to release gas from the intestine. It is also an intestinal spasmolytic, relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract. This means that it can be used in an upset stomach to relieve vomiting, as well as for gas and diarrhea. It is also effective in preventing nausea. Added to hot tea, ginger releases ginger and proteasan compounds that carry a calming heat boost that increases the circulation of the cardiovascular system. Studies also show that ginger can be a protective agent for arthritic pain and some cancers.