Right of the bat, ginger doesn’t have any known serious side effects. The plant has been used medicinally and in cooking for centuries. Especially to calm an upset stomach, ginger in tea can provide relief throughout the day for morning sickness, nausea, car and sea sickness.
One study showed that as little as 1.1 grams of ginger significantly reduced nausea symptoms in over 1,200 pregnant people. So, if you have morning sickness, try drinking it first thing in the day. It’s also been shown to relieve nausea and vomiting in those going through chemotherapy.
Even if you don’t have nausea, you can still benefits from ginger anti-inflammatory properties. Ginger tea may also be beneficial after intense workout sessions. One study showed that consuming 2 grams of ginger for 11 days showed significant improvement in muscle pain caused by exercise. Ginger can make the recovery process much easier and can be used as an effective pain reliever.
This goes for menstrual pain, too. One study showed taking 250 mg of ginger rhizome powder capsules four times per day was just as effective as mefenamic acid and ibuprofen at treating menstrual pain.
You can make it in your kitchen with just a few ingredients such as, freshly peeled ginger, hot water, lemon and honey (optional). Well there’s easier way too, get our own premium Caroma ranges of ginger product and you just need to add hot water.