Did you know that it takes 9 months for ginger to reach maturity? Not until the flowers appear, the tops have begun to die, is the ginger ready to be harvested.
Matches well with: chicken, chocolate, fruit, rice and tomatoes
Healing Properties: aids against nausea, colic, menstrual cramps, travel sickness and bloating. More recently it has been also used for joint problems, due to its anti-inflammatory properties
Magical uses: personal confidence, prosperity and success. A very powerful token, that can be used in amulets, mojo or medicine bags to strengthen and for protection
The following video shows how easy it is to make a Lemon-Ginger-Honey base for a healthy tea, that aids you with relieving cold symptoms.
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You are preaching to the choir when you tell about ginger. It’s an amazing plant and it adds so much flavor to foods. Found your RT and hopped over to say hi!
well, thank you for stopping by! Ginger and garlic are the best two items one can have in the kitchen! Blessings!
I like the look of that tea, I’ll have to make some. I am a devotee of honey as well as ginger. I can get some really delicious hone from a local farm (where I buy my asparagus in season). Didn’t know ginger was an anti-inflammatory as well.
I just love local honey as well. We have a local farm that delivers fresh produce to our home every week, and I just got me some of their raw wildflower honey, so good!