Throughout the world, ginger is known as a spice with a unique, amazing taste and strong aroma. This product is also used as a remedy. In the Middle Ages it was used as a medicine to help get rid of various diseases, in particular plague.
These properties, perhaps, explain the translation of the word "ginger", it means a universal remedy.
This plant has gained popularity long before our days. It is believed that the field of this plant is South Asia.
Today, this perennial herb has reached even greater popularity. It is used in cosmetology, various types of medicine (traditional and folk), as well as for the preparation of various dishes.
This plant is grown in room conditions (in pots) and garden. Ginger can grow up to 1, 5 meters. It is a upright stalk having a rounded shape. Its small flowers can have various shades. Only the root of the plant and seasonings prepared from it are taken.
The influence exerted on the body by this healing product continues to be studied today. At the same time, new areas of application of this plant as a restoration, strengthening and maintaining health are constantly opening up.
Where is ginger used?
In cooking, as a preparation of teas, dishes, kvass, and liquors, ginger is used as a spice, that is, an additional product that has a wonderful aroma. Many people use this product in its purest form. It is an assistant in the elimination of spasms that occur in the gastrointestinal tract, helps to improve appetite.
This plant is a wonderful tool to help with overeating, it is an indispensable tool for people suffering from seasickness, which is accompanied by nausea, dizziness and various other troubles that occur while staying on the water.
Experts say that the root of this plant is the best remedy for motion sickness. To do this, you can drink a cup of tea with ginger or just chew a small amount of it is enough.