Top 8 Benefits of Ginger

February 18th, 2015 | Natural Remedies, Nutrition and Health

Ginger has been known throughout history to possess several healing properties. Its applications range vastly, from being added as a spice to meals, to its oil being used as a healing ointment in traditional Eastern medicine. Personally, my favorite way to enjoy Ginger is in tea, but the forms this ancient root can be found, are as countless as its benefits.




  • For allergy sufferers or in winter months, ginger helps with clearing congestion of the sinuses and lungs.
  • Activates the digestive system, increasing secretions of digestive enzymes. Helping to keep bowels clean and digestive tract healthy.
  • Ability to alleviate stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting.
  • Helps to warm internal feelings of cold.
  • Aides in settling menstrual cramping and menstrual irregularity.
  • Assists in lowering cholesterol and high blood pressure.
  • Has antibacterial and anti-fungal properties.
  • Contains anti inflammatory properties to relieve symptoms of those suffering from joint pain, arthritis, tired muscles, cold feet, cramping, and congested breast tissue.

Ginger is easy to find in a variety of different forms. One of the best way to enjoy the benefits of ginger is to incorporate it in to your daily cooking!

Ginger is safe for most, but it may interact with some medications and you may encounter side effects. Before taking any new supplements or starting a new dietary regime it is important to discuss any possible risks with your healthcare provider.

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