Words by

A M M Mushfiqur Rahman
Editor In Chief
The Going Delicious Magazine

It was a Sunday evening. I was sitting in my room and working a bit from my PC during this Pandemic situation, as there is no other way but staying home.
While working I can’t concentrate on my surroundings. As a result, I couldn’t remember the exact time my little sister came into my room with a cup full of herbal tea(in her opinion). Later I found that the tea was only made with ginger. As a result, it has to be called ginger tea. She told me to take a sip and if it seems ok then drink it within a few minutes as it would help prevent COVID 19 type of virus and other diseases. Coming to her point, I started thinking “why not write something about this ginger tea”!

Ginger grows in warm climates worldwide. The spicy and aromatic root of the ginger plant has been used for a long time by many cultures in cooking and making medicine/herbal remedies.

Though ginger is mostly used in cooking, it can also be made/added into tea. For this, you just need to add a few drops of ginger juice into your tea or add only a teaspoon of ginger juice into boiling water and you would have two types of amazing ginger-based tea.

A piping hot cup of ginger tea would surely beat cold in the winter. The ginger root consists of a high level of vitamin C, Magnesium & other Minerals. Once made into tea, you can add peppermint, honey, or lemon to mask the taste of the ginger.

Let’s learn a few benifits of ginger tea.

  • Drinking a cup of ginger tea before traveling can help you prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness.
  • Ginger tea is useful in improving digestion and increasing absorption of food, ginger tea can bloating after eating too much.
  • Ginger contains anti-inflammatory properties that make it an ideal home remedy for muscle and joint problems. If you cant take raw ginger then try it out in form of tea.
  • Ginger tea can help relieve congestion associated with the common cold. Try a cup of ginger-tea for the respiratory symptoms associated with environmental allergies.
  • The vitamins, minerals, and amino acids in ginger tea can help restore and improve blood circulation that may help decrease the chance of cardiovascular problems. Ginger may prevent fat from depositing in the arteries helping to prevent heart attacks and stroke.
  • Women who are suffering from menstrual cramps, try soaking a towel in warm ginger tea and apply it to your lower abdomen. It may help relieve the pain and relax the muscles. At the same time, drink a cup of ginger tea with honey.
  • Ginger tea can help strengthen your immunity due to the high levels of antioxidants in ginger.
  • Ginger tea has calming properties that may help lower your stress and tension.
  • Ginger tea is a zero-calorie beverage when consumed without the addition of milk or sugar.
  • Naturally, ginger tea is caffeine-free! So it’s perfect for drinking at night.

Now you get to know most of the important benefits of this superhero of Hot Beverages. Don’t forget to take a sip from tomorrow!

Mushfiqur Rahman (Editor)

In Going Delicious Magazine, our mission is to focus stories around your world to the world. We aim to provide a platform for those who document and capture the world of food and travelling, bringing them together to create a record of wonderful and mesmerizing moments to share with everyone. Going Delicious Magazine is a collaborative project with a diverse group of photographers, writers, adventurers, Food journalist,Chefs and Food Critics. Together we bring readers a world of Adventure and delicious experience..

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