The antiseptic properties of ginger

Ginger is a powerful natural antiseptic. It has antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Due to the fact that this plant is able to suppress pathogenic flora, it does not develop harmful bacteria. That is why ginger is an integral ingredient in Japanese cuisine in which fish is often served raw.

Ginger for fresh breath

To freshen breath and get rid of the odor, just chew small piece of ginger or just RUB their teeth.

Ginger as a pain reliever

Ginger root helps to relieve pain from tooth to muscle. If worried about the tooth, need to chew a piece of ginger and leave it on the tooth. For getting rid of headaches grate ginger (about a teaspoon) and mix with water to make a homogeneous mass, then it is necessary to impose on the forehead. With muscle pain, you can boil a few spoons of ginger powder in a liter of water for 10 minutes. Ready broth pour into the tub with hot water – muscle tension as you lift.

Ginger for colds

Antiseptic properties and a high content of vitamin C make ginger an excellent remedy for flu and colds. For prevention you regularly drink ginger tea, and if the disease is caught unawares, it is recommended to use a simple recipe for a healthful drink: ginger root cut into pieces (the more the better), pour boiling water, add lemon wedge, mint leaves and a little cinnamon. As soon as the drink cools, you will need to add a teaspoon of honey and drink in small SIPS and tasty, and useful!

Ginger as an aphrodisiac

Ginger stimulates blood circulation especially in the pelvic organs), and this causes excitation, increasing the potency.

Ginger for motion sickness

When "sea" of the disease helps fresh ginger root. You can chew small pieces or to just breathe in his smell – it will help to get rid of nausea, relieve lethargy and drowsiness.