How to Make Ginger Root Drink to Reduce High Blood Sugar, Arthritis, Pain and Bad Cholesterol

Ginger has been traditionally applied in the alternative medicine for hundreds of years, as it’s full of valuable ingredients which assist in the healing of several health and ailments conditions, including osteoarthritis and stomach problems.

Now we are going to tell you about a remedy which is specific ginger drink that soothes pain, regulates bad cholesterol, high blood glucose and treats arthritis.

It’s referred to as ginger beer and you are able to make it in your home, out of a fresh lemon juice, some sugar, and fresh or even dried ginger.

Many research studies has looked into and has proved the usefulness of ginger to relieve back pain and chronic pain also muscle pain, and degenerative or rheumatoid arthritis.

These are the health benefits of this ginger drink:

  • Helps treat nausea
  • It soothes inflammation and pain
  • Digestion is helped by it
  • It calms stomach upsets
  • it fights common colds and flu
  • Cholesterol is regulated and blood sugar levels
  • It improves blood circulation
  • Cardiovascular issues are prevented

Ingredients you will need:

  • 1 lemon, sliced
  • 8 tablespoons of mineral water
  • 4 ounces of peeled and chopped ginger
  • 8 ounces of sugar
  • 2 cups of filtered water
  • A drizzle of lime juice
  • Ginger juice
  • Honey

Here’s how you can make it:

Pour the filtered drinking water into a pot and heat it until it starts to boil. Once it begins boiling, add the ginger, lower the temperature, then cook it for five more minutes. Set it aside to cool down then strain the liquid.

In another bowl, dissolve the sugar with a cup of the filtrated and boiled water to make  the syrup. Combine 1/3 a cup of it with 1/2 cup of ginger juice and 1/2 a cup of mineral water. Finally add the lime juice and some natural honey depending on your taste. You can put a few lemon slices for garnish.

Sources and References: MedicalNewsToday | HealthAndHealthyLiving | Dr. Axe

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