spice perception

Spices for health – ginger

The fifth season is almost over and we start the annual Lent after the exuberant partying. In these 40 days before Easter, Christians commemorate Christ’s path of suffering. Nowadays we no longer fast only for Christian reasons, but because we want to do something good for our body and our health. You can also do something for your health with the right spices. In the next few weeks until the end of Lent, we will present five spices on our blog, which are said to have a positive effect on health.

Our first spice is: ginger

The tropical spice plant ginger is extremely popular in many households, especially in the cold season. It is a proven home remedy for colds. It is primarily located in the regions of Indonesia, Nigeria, South America and Japan. In the kitchen, ginger gives the food an aromatic sharpness thanks to its ingredient gingerol. Ginger has long been used in Chinese, Indian and Japanese medicine for a variety of diseases and ailments. In many households, ginger is also used as a remedy for nausea, nausea, pain and inflammation.

Ginger honey milk:

Bring 1 glass of milk to the boil, stirring constantly. Gradually stir in 6 tablespoons of ginger powder. Now sweeten the ginger milk with honey as you like.


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