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The Healing Ginger Therapy – How To Use Ginger Remedies Against Colds and Flu


Ginger is a natural token and is among the most powerful plants to preserve our health. There are many ways to use ginger. It has an extraordinary range of diseases and ailments it can treat soothe and heal. This is why you should always have ginger in your household and should never hesitate to use it on a daily basis.

Ginger therapy relies on its powerful healing properties and benefits of ginger alone or in combination with certain herbs, spices and oils. If you use ginger this way, no infection, bacteria or any kind of “soft” diseases have a chance on you.

Since it is the flu season, we chose five simple recipes and ways for home ginger usage. These recipes are simple yet powerful, so, get the ginger and let us start!

1. Fresh Ginger Tea

The home ginger tea is one of the best remedies for colds, flu, sore throat occurrence and mitigate indigestion. The tea has a very calming effect, helps circulation and is very useful as a regular winter drink. There are many ways for its development and we now choose the simplest.

Ingredients needed:

  • 2 cups of regular water
  • 1 teaspoon of fresh ginger juice

Method of preparation:

Grate the ginger on grater, squeeze its juice, using your fingers, into a cup and pour boiled water over it. If you do not like your tea too strong, add a little more water or slightly sweeten it with honey.

2. Ginger & Coriander Tea

With the coriander-ginger combination we are getting tasty and excellent combination in the fight against flu. We wrote before about ginger combinations and since this tea is very powerful, use it often.

Coriander mixed with ginger equals drink with special aroma and pleasure. In the rich tradition of making Ayurvedic teas, this combination is known to be excellent for combating colds. Drink this tea as preventive for colds but is recommended as a every day’s beverage during flu season.

In addition, it acts on the throat and reduces inflammation, acts on the reduction of pain in the muscles. These muscle pains are often linked to being symptoms of flu.

Coriander’s cooling effect on the organism in combination with the powerful ginger force can provide a balanced heat for the entire body. This way, by combining two ingredients with opposite action, we get a powerful combination which is advantageous for our overall health.

Ingredients needed (for 2 cups of tea):

  • ½ a cup of coriander seeds
  • 3 circle slices of ginger
  • 3 cups of water

Method of preparation:

Wash the coriander seeds and peel the ginger. Cut the ginger into very small pieces in order to get even stronger effect. Pour the water over the ingredients and cook until water evaporate


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