I've long praised ginger as an effective, low-cost treatment for motion sickness and nausea, and I'm sure many of you have used it for this purpose. I've also reported at length on its effectiveness in preventing migraine headaches, healing burns, and alleviating the pain and inflammation of rheumatoid arthritis.
A great everyday tea is a freshly made ginger tea. Simply steep several slice of ginger root in warm water with the juice of half a lemon to help with bloating, digestion, and inflammation. This tea is also an everyday detox and you will notice after several weeks an improvement in the clarity of your skin. It may also be effective in weight loss.
Ginger is also a wonderful food to cook with, giving your dishes a spicy flavor lessening the needs to use salt.
Whether or not you include ginger in your diet, I recommend that you take it in supplement form to ensure a consistent daily dosage. Fifty to 150 milligrams a day is sufficient.
Now it's your turn: How do you incorporate ginger into your diet?