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Ginger Juice Is The Anti-Inflammatory Beverage We Need To Try


Ginger has been known for so many years for its medicinal properties. Its various vitamins and minerals, as well as numerous nutritional properties, have all been essential for improving the overall health of people. Ginger juice, in particular, has been used by many due to its amazing benefits.


Ways Of Making Ginger Juice At Home


Peel the ginger with a peeler or a small spoon and then slice them into small cubes. Place the cubes into a blender. Add 1½ cups water and blend until the mixture is thick. Transfer the ginger pulp into the cheesecloth and squeeze the juice (get as much juice out as possible) into a glass or pitcher. Now we have our spicy-flavor-packed juice.

On the other hand, we can simply grate the ginger using a fine grater. Place a bowl below the grater to collect the grated ginger and then put it in a cheesecloth, wrap it properly. Squeeze it over an empty glass or bowl to collect all the spicy juice.


What Are The Uses Of Ginger Juice?



Pain Reliever


Known for its anti-inflammatory properties, ginger juice acts as a natural pain reliever.

It is known to be an effective remedy for migraines. For this, we need to drink two tablespoons of ginger juice with honey. To get relief from sinus headache, rub some ginger juice on your stomach.

Having back pain problems? Try mixing a spoonful of ginger juice with some olive oil and massage it over your skin. Leave it overnight for the best results.

When it comes to toothaches, keeping a small piece of ginger between cheek and tooth works amazingly. The natural juices of the ginger do the work.


Helps Promote Hair Growth


Ginger juice increases the blood flow to the hair follicles, conditions the hair, and has antiseptic properties that can help prevent dandruff. There are a number of ways of using ginger juice to achieve a thicker, shiny, and glowing hair.

Apply a mixture of onion and ginger juice to the scalp for strong and thick hair. Leave it for 15 minutes to half an hour. Wash off and dry.

For dry hair, mix ginger juice with olive oil. Apply it on the hair.

Promote hair growth by mixing 4 teaspoons of coconut oil, 3 crushed garlic cloves, 6 teaspoons of coconut milk, 2 teaspoons of honey and 1 teaspoon of ginger juice. Apply to the scalp and rinse after 30 minutes.


Helps Control Blood Pressure


Ginger acts as a blood thinner and reduces blood pressure in people instantly. It is recommended to have a tablespoon of fresh ginger juice twice a day or have it with a few drops of honey in order to make it tasty. Consult first a health expert before doing so.


Cold Remedy


Due to its anti-viral and anti-fungal properties, ginger has been used as an old remedy for cold, nausea, and flu. It provides instant relief from cold and kills the bacteria that cause cold and ensures that it doesn’t return.


Helps With Acne Problems


Thanks again to its anti-inflammatory effects, ginger can help treat acne and acne scars. Also, it has vitamin C that can help in clearing skin blemishes.

Dr. Deepali Bhardwaj, a dermatologist says:

"Ginger juice can help remove toxins from the skin and supply more iron through the blood that will leave you with a healthy glow. It can also be applied on cuts or wounds to heal them naturally and prevent scarring."

For this benefit, we simply need to apply a small amount of ginger juice on the affected area and leave it on for 5 minutes. Rinse with cool water and let it dry.

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