Do you ever use ginger as a beverage? ginger and honey drink are very good for the health agency, ginger can also be used for cooking
Have you ever had ginger tea when you are down with a cold or flu? If you have, then you know how good it tastes and how it warms your whole body up. Ginger gets the blood moving to warm you up and the mucous moving to help rid your body of the virus or bacteria.
Ginger has been used by many cultures to bring down fevers, get rid of chills, nausea, relieve earaches, to soothe sore throats, and it eases coughs and bronchial infections. It is also a tonic for the heart and circulatory system.
Raw honey also has medicinal properties and is chock full of nutrients. It coats the throat to ease throat pain. Honey is antibacterial and also fights infections throughout the whole body. It is rich in vitamins B, C, D, and E and strengthens the immune system. Honey loves water, so when you infuse an herb in honey, it will draw out all the medicinal compounds of the herb.
To make ginger herbal honey, you can take a 2" piece of ginger root and scrape the skin off using a spoon. Gently mash the ginger with a mortar and pestle or the back of a knife to release the juices. Put the ginger chunks in a small canning jar. Pour the raw honey over the ginger and thoroughly mix. Cap tightly and set on the counter. Be sure to stir it every day and in about 4 days it will be ready to use.
Here is how you can use the ginger honey. Add 1 tablespoon of the ginger honey to your favorite tea, like chamomile or green tea. Or you can stir it into plain yogurt or oatmeal. Experiment with your favorite recipes that use ginger and boost your immune system