Ginger is warm and spicy. It can help with cold symptoms, upset stomach, and more. It's good for our lungs and stomach.
How to Use Ginger:
- Grate old ginger and boil it in water for 10 minutes. Drink it like tea if you have swelling, upset stomach, or a cough. It also helps warm you up.
- Crush 100g of old ginger and boil. Use the warm water to wash your body if you have a cold and fever.
- Grate ginger and get its juice. Mix this juice with sugar or honey in hot water. Drink it three times a day to help with coughing.
- Eating small pieces of fresh ginger can help with tummy troubles.
- Drink fresh ginger juice, like you would with orange juice, to help with feeling sick from moving around, hiccups, or an upset stomach.
- Boil a little dried ginger or fresh ginger with brown sugar. Drink it hot for cold symptoms and belly pains.
- Boil some fresh ginger with dried orange peel. Drink it like tea to help with upset stomach and coughs from colds.
- Doctors often suggest ginger to help digestion.
- Putting a mix of 5-10% fresh ginger juice on sore spots can help with joint pain.
- Mix fresh ginger with brown sugar. Eat it 3 times a day for a week to help with certain stomach bugs. Many people felt better after trying this.
Notes: In normal cooking, we use fresh young ginger. But for health uses, old ginger is better. Fresh young ginger is found in some stores during certain times. Old ginger is harder to eat but is usually in stores. Ginger in cooking can make food smell better and also help make some foods safer to eat.