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Ginger

Ginger's spicy and warm qualities make it a go-to during cold and flu season as well as being a great way to give dishes a zing.




Scientific Name:


Zingiber officinale





Properties:


High in


Gingerol



Spicy

Warming

Relieve indigestion

Cough & Cold

Healthy Heart

Pain relief




Nutritional Content ( 100 g)


Calories 38

Protein 1 g

Carbohydrates 7 g

Fat 1 g

Fiber 2 g

Vitamin C 4 mg

Potassium 320 mg

Magnesium 35 mg







Ways to Use:


For cold and flu, add some fresh ginger to hot tea with lemon or lime.


For nausea, a few drops of ginger essential oil can be added to sea salt and kept on hand as a smelling salt



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