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Ginger Tea Recipes: Tasty Beverage with Many Health Benefits

Ginger is one of the most widely used herbs in the world and has many health benefits. It is native to Asia but cultivated in the West Indies, Jamaica, and Africa. Tea is the most gentle form of consuming ginger. Ginger tea is a healthy beverage made from peeling and grating fresh ginger root, immersing it in boiling water, and simmering the tea for 15 to 20 minutes depending on the desired strength. Ginger for Headaches & Migraines Ginger tea has...
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Natural Ingredients for Migraine, Muscle & Joint Pain

How many of your patients or customers (If you are a pharmacist) chronically administer either NSAIDs or prescription options in attempt to control their pain? The business of pills for pain, whether over the counter or prescription is staggeringly large. Millions of patients and sufferers deal chronically with joint pain or headache pain. The chronic use of analgesics is accompanied by a host of well Known and described health risks and side-effects. Chronic use of NSAIDs can cause bleeding, ulcers,...
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Homemade Ginger Tea – Recipes and Health Benefits

Ginger is one of the most widely used herbs in the world and has many health benefits.  It is native to Asia but cultivated in the West Indies, Jamaica, and Africa. Tea is the most gentle form of consuming ginger. Ginger tea is a spicy, invigorating, and healthy beverage made by peeling and grating fresh ginger root, immersing it in boiling water, and simmering the tea for 15 to 20 minutes depending on the desired strength. Ginger contains more than 200...
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Ginger: a healthy spice with a growing list of important health benefits

In its natural form, ginger root has been used as a “cure” in many cultures for thousands of years, especially in Chinese medicine.  Now even conventional, allopathic clinicians and researchers are starting to recognize its benefits. Anti‐inflammatory, antioxidant, antitumor, and antiulcer effects of ginger have been proven in many scientific studies.  Ginger contains over 200 hundred natural compounds some of which can help to reduce inflammation, pain, and risk for several chronic conditions according to recent studies. Here is a...
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