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According to the teachings of Ayurveda ginger tea activates the human body in a hot “Yang” energy. No wonder he and many other sharp products, instantly warmed. Especially the way you have ginger tea in the winter time – the period of colds, colds and low immunity.
Useful properties of ginger are due to the fact that he was rich:
vitamins C, B1, B2 and A,
trace elements (sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, iron, zinc),
amino acids (tryptophan, threonine, Leysin, methionine, phenylalanine, and valine).
Recipe of ginger tea can be different. In particular it differs depending on what purpose you use it for maintenance of forces, as a nice beverage or as a medicine.
But in any case, ginger tea improves digestion, as it promotes development of gastric juice, relieves pain in the abdomen, with inflammatory properties, improves metabolism. Ginger tea is good for blood circulation, respiratory system. It has expectorant, tonic, warming, anti-nausea action. Due to the fact that it makes the food more digestible and gives it an interesting flavour, there are so many recipes with ginger.
To prepare ginger tea you will need:
fresh or dried ginger,
Please note, in order to maximize the beneficial properties of ginger, best fresh ginger bratiano. The root should be firm, not shriveled and clean. If you are using dried, take 2 times less ginger and cook a little longer, since dried ginger is more active and acute.
A classic recipe for ginger tea requires just the jam of ginger root. To do this, cut a piece of ginger (as they say in India, per liter of water is necessary to take the ginger the size of your thumb) approximately 4 cm long, peel it, then cut into thin slices. Bring water to a boil and put the ginger, then cook it on slow flame for about 10 minutes, add sliced lemon (reserve a few slices for decoration), cook for another 5 minutes, add sugar to taste.
Instead of sugar you can use honey and pour a little bit of black pepper in the cooking process – this will enhance the healing properties of tea for colds.