I am seeing that Ginger is beneficial in many ways and options. What is the purpose of all those preparations and amount?
The purposes are many, for example, taking internally, Ginger encourages cleansing of the body by using perspiration.
- Warm ginger tea is good for scanty urine and for suppressed menstruation.
- Ginger tea heats up the body and encourages digestion. If you take frequent doses of Ginger, your body temperature will rise.
I had a friend who took ginger root tea because he had learned that Ginger was able to help in reducing flatulent colic. Can you respond to that?
Yes, it is true, and Ginger can also fight inflammation, stimulates circulation, refuses spasms and cramps, and cleanses the colon. Furthermore, if you start having the symptoms that you are about to catch a cold; drink some ginger tea before a cold takes hold. Ginger has a powerful antioxidant; Ginger is used for coughs, cramps, morning sickness, contagious diseases, gas, indigestion, colon spasms, headache, sinus congestion, nausea, and stomach spasm. Oh, Ginger kills germs in wounds and sores.
Wow-this herb Ginger is amazing!
Yes, there are even more ginger benefits. It protects the stomach and liver; it is useful for bowel disorders, hot flashes, arthritis, indigestion, fever, vomiting, and muscle pain.
Ginger, I endorse you for Dr. Sebi herbs list. You serve every right to be amongst the powerful healing herbs of Dr Sebi’s list.
I salute Ginger for being an herb of many healing benefits.
References: African Holistic, Sacred Woman, Dr. Sebi