How To Make “Ginger Tea” To Help Weight Loss And Digestion
Have you ever wondered what ginger does to your body?
To help answer these questions, here are some facts about Zingiber officinale, nicknamed Ginger:
“Ginger is a radish, or stem, from the plant Zingiber officinale, has been used for centuries as food, spices, and medicine …” – Owen Bond
** Ginger is an extensible vessel – a fanciful word for saying it expands arteries and promotes blood circulation. Increases the effect of vasodilation of body temperature (called “thermal effect”) that stimulates metabolism and burns calories.
** Ginger increases the production of stomach juices, which helps to promote digestion and burning calories.
** Animal studies have shown that ginger has increased metabolic rates by as much as 20 percent.
“… Ginger enhances digestion and stimulates metabolism, leading to increased calories burning.” ~ Owen Bond: “Does Ginger Burn Fat?”
** Besides losing weight, ginger helps to relieve stomach upset, constipation and indigestion.
** Root or trunk of the earth (jasmine) of ginger plant can be consumed fresh, powder, dried as spice, in the form of oil, or as juice. Ginger is part of the Zingiberaceae family, along with cardamom and turmeric. It is usually produced in India, Jamaica, Fiji, Indonesia and Australia.
Ginger is also delicious, and this is a good thing because we will stir some ginger water. Ginger root is widely available, so it is easy to find the main ingredient.
So, are you ready to redeem some ginger water? U.S. too!