Ginger came to us from the Eastern countries. It has healing properties. By studying the beneficial properties of this wonderful root, many doctors, in ancient times,
added it to almost all culinary dishes from entrees to desserts.
Rhizomes have useful properties. It contains many vitamins (C, A, 2 . 1 . Niacin), minerals (magnesium, calcium, sodium, phosphorus, zinc, potassium, iron) and essential amino acids.
It can be drunk as a tea, add to salads who want to lose weight
Tibetan monks claimed that this “horned root” is a hot product, invigorate, refresh and warm, and stimulate the body’s circulation, remove toxins and speed up metabolism.
Experts in traditional medicine claim that ginger tea effective for weight loss. with essential oils that are contained in the root, and active substances that enhance Continue reading
Butter, milk and honey: an effective grandma’s cough medicine
The cough is usually observed in almost all colds. But the main reason is usually cold. There are various ways of dealing with a cough, but even our grandmothers knew that the best honey in this case nothing.
In this article I want to tell you about my grandmother’s well known remedy for cough: oil, milk and honey. Each ingredient is useful in its own way. Let’s take a closer look at the component properties of this recipe.
The beneficial properties of the ingredients
Milk has a calming effect, it can reduce irritation of the throat. And it
will slow down the inflammatory process, which is very important. But oil has antiviral, expectorant and antibacterial properties that allows its use as a prophylactic and therapeutic product.
And, of course, honey has many medicinal properties. It relieves cough and especially night cough in children. And United together (honey with butter and milk) they Continue reading
Cinnamon has been known from antiquity. Aromatic bark of an evergreen tree of Ceylon cinnamon tree (Cinnamomum verum) was known in Ancient Egypt and in China for two thousand years before our era. In the Egyptian manuscript found mention of how far the country had sent several ships, who returned several months later with a cargo of ivory, gold and cinnamon. For the price, at the time, cinnamon was comparable to gold. Preserved information that in Ancient Greece, 35 kg of cinnamon was estimated at 5 kg of gold, and in some countries the price has increased to 1 kg of gold per 1 kg of cinnamon. In those days the spice sometimes paid wages and taxes. Fragrant
spice was considered Continue reading