Ginger-prevention and energy
Ginger-Regular ginger drinking to prevent and improve performance
Ginger is a rhinestone plant growing in Asia with beneficial effects on our health. Fresh ginger (please be careful not to dry) I recommend drinking to anyone who wants to maintain a healthy health or to get out of some sickness or recover from illness or injury.
And what is the ginger so extraordinary? According to TCM, the fresh ginger is warm and enters the pathway of the stomach, spleen, and lung. Removes cold, heats the central heater, stops vomiting, heats the lungs and stops the cough. This suggests that ginger can improve digestion, treat stomach problems, gently warm us and support our lungs as well. But the main benefit is that ginger can energize the whole body and thus prevent and prevent many diseases, prevents colds and flu, but also liver disease, cancer, allergies of all kinds, asthma, accelerates healing of injuries and fractures, adds energy (it is also suitable for athletes), and it also improves the mood due to this effect, as everything in the body heats and raises and raises all the stagnation and other stasis resulting from the excess of emotion and stress. Also, people suffering from overweight or trying to lose weight should regularly drink ginger. Chinese ginger say they can cure 1000 diseases (they all thought :)
But to get that effect, you need to drink ginger regularly. It's not important to put one big dose once a week, much better is a smaller dose every day. Ginger can be really long-lasting because, unlike a woman, which has a similar effect, though much stronger, it has no side effects.
But as every herb is used, ginger is also used to drink certain principles. Ginger must be drunk in the morning, because ginger is a yang herb and stimulates the body if we drink ginger in the evening when the resting part of the day comes and the body is preparing to rest, ginger drinking will "turn" again and it is not in line with passing time. Other things are athletes, before the match in the afternoon or evening, or if we need to stay long fresh even in the evening, we can recommend ginger drink.
Furthermore, we avoid drinking ginger just before we go out into the cold. Ginger opens the surface (pores in the skin), and if we go right into the cold, we could get colds. Just 30 minutes before we go out (but it also applies to alcohol that has similar effects on the surface of the body :))
Certainly it is necessary to peel the ginger, because often the surface of the rhizome is treated with germinating germination, there is also a need for grafting grafting, cutting into cubes or slices does not have a major effect and we come up with a large amount of herb. In the winter season, ginger is good for water to be warmed at 90-100 ° C, in the spring and summer season at 70 ° C. Let's leach out and then drink (no ginger remnants). Ginger certainly does not mix with lemon as a favorite combination. The effect of these two herbs goes against each other because the hot taste of ginger scatters while the sour taste of lemon is stretched. We choose the quantity of ginger according to what makes us good, but nothing should be exaggerated - as we all know, it says "All power is detrimental".
Ginger and cold.
As mentioned above, ginger opens the surface, that is, it is an excellent herb in the cold, because it can stimulate the body to sweat and expel pathogens from the body (it could be likened to opening the gate and dumping the waste out). Of course we have to stay warm and limit activity. In the case of colds, the best ginger is to boil with boiling water, or even a little boil to give energy to the body fighting the illness. In any case, do not combine with lemon, because its sour-ripening taste is closed by the pores, the opposite effect, and the illness, on the other hand, traps in the body. Ginger can be sweetened with honey, or if it is too cold for us to add a cinnamon. clove.
-Grey ginger in the morning
-Strip and trim
Do not combine with lemon
-When you drink the decoction, stay at least 30 minutes warm
© Martin Jadrníček, Terapeut TCM