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Known benefits of Ginger Root Tea

Add ginger into your daily diet. Several studies have found it beneficial in fighting lung, prostate, ovarian, colon, breast, skin, and pancreatic cancers.

According to researchers, ginger’s anti-cancer properties are a result of the compound 6-gingerol, which is found in large amounts in raw ginger. 6-gingerol has anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor activities.

Research shows ginger can help slow down the loss of brain cells, which typically leads to Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia. Additionally, some studies done on animals suggest the antioxidants and other powerful compounds found in ginger can fight inflammatory responses that occur in the brain. Other animal studies show that consuming ginger can protect against age-related decline in brain function.

They found women who consumed ginger displayed “enhanced working memory.”

Ginger helps with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).   People who suffer from painful IBS will be happy to hear ginger can offer some relief. That’s because ginger can help relax the intestines during a flair up.

Gas (flatulence) can be embarrassing at the wrong times. While there are a wide variety of anti-gas products on the market, it’s always best to try the natural route first. Ginger tea is easy enough to make and has been proven effective at relieving gas. 

According to doctors, ginger has been found to have a gastroprotective effect, meaning it prevents the loosening of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) and blocks acid from regurgitating back into the esophagus. It also kills off harmful bacteria, such as helicobacter pylori. This type of bacteria is linked to acid reflux and heartburn.

Ginger is a natural ingredient that’s found in many “fat-burning” supplements. It can speed up the metabolism, leading to calorie-burning weight loss. It can also help keep you feeling full for longer, reducing your overall calorie intake.
Ginger may help keep you feeling full, suppressing your appetite and ultimately reducing your daily calorie intake. A 2012 study published in the journal Metabolism found people who drank ginger tea reduced feelings of hunger for up to six hours. Ginger has been also known to boost nutrient absorption!

Research out of Australia suggests that ginger can help keep blood glucose levels in check. This is important because these levels have a direct impact on weight loss and weight gain, as well as how energetic or lethargic you feel throughout the day. 

Pregnant women might want to increase their ginger intake if they are suffering from bouts of morning sickness. That’s because the ginger acts as a calming agent. 

Ginger has powerful anti-inflammatory properties. For that reason, it can help relieve a host of inflammation-based conditions and diseases.

Ginger has been shown to open up airways by reducing inflammation. It can also relieve pain associated with asthma. While researchers say ginger may not solve your asthma condition on its own, it can definitely be used as part of a comprehensive approach.

Ginger can help thin blood, improving overall circulation. As ginger improves blood flow, it can generate a warm feeling inside the body. That’s one reason many people enjoy sipping ginger tea on cold days.

Here’s a handy tip to remember if you ever come down with a case of frostbite. You can drink ginger tea during your recovery process to speed up recovery. Ginger will help to improve your circulation, which helps your body return the affected parts back to their normal state. It may also be beneficial for Reynaud’s Syndrome.

Ginger has long been used as a natural remedy for motion sickness. If you get car sick or sea sick then it’s a smart idea to consume a little ginger tea before you travel.

No matter what type of pain you’re suffering from, ginger can act as a natural pain reliever. Along with fighting inflammation that can cause aches and pains, ginger also works on a hormonal level. Consider starting your morning with a cup of ginger tea and see if you notice improvements throughout the day.

There is an active ingredient in ginger that has shown to work wonders on the sinuses, helping to unclog them and facilitate drainage. All you need to do is brew a nice cup of hot ginger tea to get the benefits without the use of sinus medication.  This may make it useful in the treatment of colds and flu.

Eat ginger toward the end of your meal so it can cleanse your palate and leave your mouth feeling refreshed. You can also drink it as a beverage mixed with simple hot water. It’s a great way to flush out your mouth and neutralize a bad beath.

With an increased functioning of the circulatory system (blood flow), it’s no wonder that ginger has been referred to as an aphrodisiac for thousands of years. It didn’t take long for people to make the connection between ginger and an extra pep in the step! The nice part is that it works for both sexes equally since it can increase circulation in both female and male sex organs.

To keep your body’s defense system strong, drink ginger tea. Doctors say ginger can cleanse the lymphatic system, flush out toxins, and kill bacteria.


 

Are There Side Effects? Herbal teas may have side effects in some people.  It is best to consult your doctor or a herbalist about the possible side effects of any of these products.


Disclaimer: As each person is different, individual results cannot be guaranteed.
Herbal tea must not be used as a substitute for a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Not recommended for use by pregnant or lactating women, persons under 15 or anyone with an illness or taking medication. If you are taking any medications or have a pre-existing medical condition, please consult a doctor before use. Discontinue consuming and consult a doctor if any adverse reactions occur. 
 
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TGA & FDA Disclaimer: These teas are ‘Not suitable for children under 15 years of age or pregnant or breast feeding women and ideally should be used under medical or dietetic supervision’. Consult your physician before use if taking other medication, or if suffering from acute severe illnesses or kidney damage.
Herbal tea is not intended as a sole source of nutrition and should be consumed in conjunction with a nutritious diet and in conjunction with an appropriate physical training or exercise program'.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) or the Food & Drug Administration (FDA). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.







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