Antibacterial, antioxidant, anticancer and anti-inflammatory, the synergy of honey and ginger maximizes the properties of the individual ingredients.
Wind, cold, temperature changes and humidity may also bring cold, flu and sore throat. However, we have a very powerful natural remedy, beneficial and really easy to find or make, ginger honey.
Ginger honey, properties
Ginger honey is obtained by infusing pieces of fresh ginger in honey instead of water. The resulting product is antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and antibacterial since it combines the properties of ginger and honey and can therefore be used now and throughout the winter to strengthen the immune system and fight viruses and bacteria. The strength of the remedy comes from the particular synergy of ginger and honey. In fact, several scientific studies show that by combining these two ingredients we obtain a remedy with even more antioxidant properties and able to counteract more effectively the aging processes and free radical damage in the body (Sani et al, Biomed Res Int, 2014). Not only that, the synergy of honey and ginger would also result in a stronger antitumor action stimulating early apoptosis, namely programmed death, of diseased cells (Hakim et al, Asian Pac J Cancer Prev, 2014 - Porcza et al, Diseases , 2016). Finally, honey and ginger together are able to counteract even the most resistant bacteria, with a more effective and stronger action than the single ingredients (Ewnetu et al, Evid Based Complement Alternat Med, 2014).
Ginger honey, how do you take it
You can take a teaspoon of ginger honey in the morning, or you can add it to yogurt, herbal tea or spread on a slice of brown bread. You can find ginger honey ready to buy or you can make it by yourself.
Ginger honey, recipe
Here is the recipe for ginger honey. You need 10 cm of ginger root, cut it into thin slices. Pour the ginger into the bottom of a glass jar. Cover with a cup of honey. Leave to brew for two weeks in a warm place, such as near a window with the sun that comes inside or near a stove. Turn often the jar upside down. Then, pour the honey into another jar by removing the ginger, which has released its properties. Here is the ginger honey ready.