GINGER WATER

GINGER WATER

Ginger water aids digestion and absorption, and is believed to help prevent colds, flu, seasickness, and vertigo. Ginger water can also help relieve menstrual cramps, nausea, heartburn, migraines, sore throats, exhaustion, fatigue and constipation and is a great remedy for gastroenteritis and food poisoning.

It also contains powerful anti-inflammatory compounds called gingerols and is a powerful pain reliever, making it especially useful for those suffering from joint, muscle and nerve pain. Ginger water has amazing immune system boosting and germ fighting abilities and has even been shown to help provide protection and relief from Escherichia coli, staph infections and candida.

How to make ginger water?

Ingredients:

  • 5 cm fresh ginger root;
  • 2-3 cups of water;
  • juice of 1/2 lemon;
  • raw honey.

Method of preparation:

Grate the piece of fresh ginger root. Add 2-3 cups of water and squeeze a lemon. Sweeten with raw honey. Strain and enjoy hot or cold. Drink a little of this drink throughout the day for its powerful disease-fighting properties.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT GINGER WATER


Should the water be cold, hot or room temperature?

The water can be cold or room temperature. However, if you want to make the drink warm ginger tea instead, you can do so. Just wait for the water to become warm or hot before adding the optional lemon juice and/or raw honey to keep the healing properties of the fresh lemon juice and raw honey intact.

How many times a day or week can a person drink ginger water?

You can drink it every day, anytime or all day long if you like.

Can I use ginger essential oil instead of ginger root?

No, ginger essential oil does not have the same therapeutic benefits. It is best to use fresh ginger root.

Should fresh ginger be used or can ground ginger be used?

Fresh ginger root is best.

Can I drink ginger water in the evening?

Yes, it's great to drink it in the evening.

Should you peel the ginger?

You don't need to peel the ginger, but if your ginger isn't organic, it helps to give it a good scrub.

What is the substitute for honey?

You can use maple syrup .

Do I have to use raw honey or can I use any honey?

Raw honey has healing properties that industrial honey does not, so it is best to use raw.

How long does it soak?

You can let it soak for 10-20 minutes.

Do I have to strain it?

You don't have to strain it.

Can I drink ginger water while breastfeeding?

Yes, you can drink ginger water while breastfeeding.

Can I add apple cider vinegar to the ginger water?

No, apple cider vinegar is extremely acidic and eats away at the liver. Liver cells struggle to maintain balance and efficiency as they struggle for oxygen because vinegar steals oxygen from the bloodstream and liver. Apple cider vinegar (like any other vinegar) enters the stomach extremely acidic. The liver must immediately stop it and use all its reserves to try to alkalinize it or at least neutralize it. ACV fights back and its acidic nature is so strong that the stomach loses the battle many times over. Instead of alkalizing your gut, it does the opposite. It weakens the hydrochloric acid and breaks down the gastric juices and continues on its way still acidic. It is essentially an attack on the stomach and intestinal tract.

Can it be drunk during pregnancy?

Yes, it is safe and medicinal to drink during pregnancy.

You can find much more information about other healthy foods and recipes on our blog , as well as in Anthony William's books .

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