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Ginger has amazing benefits to health, for example:
Helps with weight loss;
Stimulates body fat burn;
Prevents heartburn and gas;
It is antioxidant and anti-inflammatory;
Protects the stomach and reduces nausea and vomiting;
Prevents colorectal cancer.
Interesting, isn’t it?
Because of all these benefits, in today’s video, we will teach you how to make a ginger tincture at home!
Do you know what a ginger tincture works for?
Alleviates sore throat
Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, this tincture helps alleviate sore throats caused by inflammation.
Strengthens the immune system
Ginger acts in the lymphatic system, kills bacteria and releases toxins, strengthening immunity.
According to a study published at Carleton University, Canada, ginger has amazing antifungal properties against many fungi that attack our body.
Besides the benefits mentioned before, ginger tincture also helps reduce the blood sugar levels.
Watch the video to learn how to make the tincture!
Although ginger is an excellent homemade medicine, and completely safe for many people, if you use prescribed medicines (especially blood thinners), or if you are pregnant or nursing, consult with a health professional before using this tincture or any other preparations that use ginger.
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