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Ginger

You’ve likely sipped ginger ale or ginger tea when you’ve had an upset stomach. Ginger’s fantastic for nausea – and so much more. Because it gives your immune system a boost, it never hurts to add ginger to your cooking if you like its flavor. It’s also antimicrobial and pain-relieving, properties you can take advantage of both internally or externally – for example, by applying cooled ginger tea to burns. Its expectorant and diaphoretic properties make it a great choice for colds, coughs, and fevers. De La Foret also recommends ginger for menstrual cramps.

You’ve likely sipped ginger ale or ginger tea when you’ve had an upset stomach. Ginger’s fantastic for nausea – and so much more. Because it gives your immune system a boost, it never hurts to add ginger to your cooking if you like its flavor. It’s also antimicrobial and pain-relieving, properties you can take advantage of both internally or externally – for example, by applying cooled ginger tea to burns. Its expectorant and diaphoretic properties make it a great choice for colds, coughs, and fevers. De La Foret also recommends ginger for menstrual cramps.