Ginger – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post

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G is for Ginger:

Ginger - A To Z Challenge Post

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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4 thoughts on “Ginger – An A to Z Challenge Blog Post

  1. 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.

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