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Enhances appetite and digestion by stimulating the flow of digestive juices. It relieves spasm and colic by relaxing the gut and makes an excellent remedy for bowel disorders, such as spastic colon, and nausea and vomiting caused by overeating, infection, travel sickness or pregnancy. It makes a good dicongestant for catarrh and sinustis, and an expectornat for cough and chest infections. It relieves headaches, migraines and painful periods, and is able to invigorate the reproductive system in men and women alike, to increase libido and treat impotence.


Cough and Cold:
Ginger is an excellent remedy for coughs and colds. Extracted juice of ginger with honey should be taken three or four times a day in case of coughs. In case of colds, ginger should be cut into small pieces and boiled in a cup of water. It should then be strained and half a teaspoon of sugar added to it .It should be drunk while hot. Ginger tea, prepared by adding few pieces of ginger into boiled water before adding tea leaves, is also an effective remedy for colds and for fevers resulting from cold

Respiratory Disorders:
A teaspoonful of the fresh ginger juice mixed with a cupful of fenugreek decoction and honey to taste is an excellent diaphoratic mixture which increases sweating to reduce fever in influenza. It acts as an expectorant in bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough and tuberculosis of the lungs.

Aches and Pains:
Ginger is an excellent pain killer. It can cure all types of pain. In headache, ginger ointment made by rubbing dry ginger with a little water and applied to the forehead affords relief. It allays tooth ache when applied to the face. In case of earache, a few drops of ginger juice will give relief.

Menstrual Disorders:
Ginger is also useful in menstrual disorders. A piece of fresh ginger should be pounded and boiled in a cupful of water for few minutes. The infusion sweetened with sugar should be taken thrice daily after meals as a medicine for dysmenorrhoea, and amenorrhoea due to exposure to cold winds and taking cold bath.


Other Recipes
Basic Chicken Stock
Vegetable Omelette
White Chicken With Ginger Dipping Sauce
Whole Tilapia With Onion & Lemon
Cold Tofu Salad With Soy Ginger Dipping Sauce
Spicy Beef with Carrots and Celery
Chinese Chicken and Corn Soup
Medieval Ginger Cordial
Ginger Tea
Ginger and Lemon Tea
Lemon-Filled Fresh Ginger Scones
Ginger-Spice Marinade
Steamed Red Rainbow Trout with Shredded Mushroom and Ginger

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