This time let’s talk about this wonderful plant of the ginger with a number of useful properties. Medicinal properties of ginger has long proven effective in the treatment of such undesirable phenomena as inflammation, low immunity, nausea, low potency and much more. But the special attention I want to draw on the excellent ginger cures for colds and its various manifestations – runny nose, cough, weakness, etc. So during epidemics and in the
cold season ginger tea for colds – this is the very first cure.
Ginger as a remedy for colds was known 2000 years ago in India. This miracle root is used to lower fever, relieve headaches and discomfort in the stomach. Contains vitamins a, B1, B3, B6, C, has antioxidant properties. Rich in such minerals as magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, sodium, zinc, potassium, essential fats, proteins and carbohydrates and fiber (to 6%).
Ginger is very useful in the sense that it helps treat colds, and also has a preventive effect on the body and increases the body’s resistance Continue reading
White root or Horny root – these are all names of one and the same plant is ginger. His rich zingiberene (essential oil) and vitamins A and C, the root is used in the
preparation of various dishes in the cuisines of different Nations. Spicy and highly aromatic, spicy give a specific taste to food special shades make the dishes more bright and delicious. And the presence of essential amino acids, i.e., those that the body cannot produce on its own, makes the ginger just a necessary product in our diet. Dry ginger in flakes or powder sharper fresh and has great penetrating action, but in the preparation of food and beverages used both dry and fresh ginger Continue reading
The beneficial properties of tea
Since ancient times people know the healing properties of tea. Modern science has identified in the tea beverage over 300 biologically active compounds, can have a beneficial impact on the human body. The most important of them are:
1. Vitamins. The tea leaf contains almost all the vitamins, and the highest amount of vitamin C, B1,B2 and PP. The concentration of vitamin C in the tea leaf is 4 times higher than in lemon juice, and in combination with
vitamin e, ascorbic acid is well absorbed and retained in the human body.
2. Tannins. More than thirty of polyphenolic compounds, particularly tannins.
3. Proteins and free amino acids. For protein tea is not inferior to bean crops.
4. Alkaloids. The higher Continue reading