Ginger – Anamu Herbal Tea
Nothing beats a piping hot cup of Ginger Herbal Tea with Anamu!
Ginger has high levels of Vitamin C, magnesium and other minerals, so therefore a ginger root is extremely beneficial for health. Now, once it is made into tea, you should have this soothing beverage with a distinctive ginger flavor.
But what is ginger and why is it so good for you?
Ginger or more formally known as Zingiber officinale Roscoe, Zingiberaceae. Ginger is a member of a plant family that includes cardamom and turmeric. Its spicy aroma is mainly due to the presence of ketones, especially gingerols. Gingerols appear to be the primary component of ginger studied in much of the health-related scientific research. The rhizome, which is the horizontal stem from which the roots grow, is the main portion of ginger that is consumed.
Ginger’s current name comes from the Middle English “gingivere”, but this spice dates back over 3000 years to the Sanskrit word srngaveram, meaning “horn root,” based on its appearance. In Greek, it was called “ziggiberis”, and in Latin, “zinziberi”. Interestingly to note is that ginger does not grow in the wild and its actual origins are uncertain.
This is one of the most widely consumed dietary condiments on our planet! The oily resin called oleoresin from the roots of ginger contains many bioactive components. These bioactive components include but are limited to gingerol; hydroxy; methoxyphenyl; and hydroxy with decanone. Okay so those are some really big scientific words but what does it mean? In laymen’s terms, these components are the primary ingredients that can cause a variety of remarkable pharmacological and physiological positive outcomes in some individuals.
With that being said, gingerol is believed to be the most abundant bioactive component of the ginger root by many scientists worldwide.
The primary purpose of this page on our website is to comprehensively examine the available scientific evidence regarding ginger’s proven effectiveness in preventing or treating a variety of pathologic conditions. So let’s take a look at the benefits of having Ginger in your Anamu Herbal Tea!
- Relieve nausea – Drinking a cup of ginger tea before traveling can help prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness. You can also drink a cup at the first sign of nausea to relieve this symptom.
- Improve stomach performance – Drinking a Ginger based tea can be very useful in improving digestion and increasing absorption of food.
- Reduce inflammation – Did you know that Ginger contains anti-inflammatory properties? It is true, that’s why Ginger can make an ideal home remedy for muscle and joint problems. In addition to drinking ginger tea, you can also use it to soak inflamed joints as well.
- Ginger can fight respiratory problems – Ginger tea can help relieve congestion associated with the common cold. It may be worth trying a cup of ginger-tea for the respiratory symptoms associated with environmental allergies in your area.
- Improved blood circulation – Did you know that the vitamins, minerals and amino acids in ginger tea can help restore blood circulation. Plus it can in some cases actually improve blood circulation too! For those enjoying Ginger Based Tea, some studies have found that it may help decrease the chance of cardiovascular problems. Ginger may prevent fat from depositing in the arteries helping to prevent heart attacks and stroke.
- Relieve menstrual discomfort – This one is for all women suffering from menstrual cramps. Try soaking a towel in warm ginger tea and apply it to your lower abdomen. It may help relieve the pain and relax the muscles. At the same time, drink a cup of ginger tea with honey.
- Strengthen immunity – Ginger tea can help strengthen your immunity too. This is due to the high levels of antioxidants in ginger and how it directly affects your body when consumed orally. The presence of oxidative stress is associated with numerous diseases throughout the world. Researchers have studied to explain the actions and health benefits of ginger is associated with its antioxidant properties (Aeschbach et al. 1994; Ahmad, Katiyar, and Mukhtar 2001). The Ginger root contains a very high level (3.85 mmol/100 g) of total antioxidants, surpassed only by pomegranate and some types of berries – which is why Anamu Herbal Tea is proud to offer it in our product-line.
- Relieve stress – Ginger tea has been known to have calming properties. These calming properties in Ginger Tea can in some cases actually help lower your stress and tension. To be honest drinking a cup of warm tea in a nice quiet during the day can also help you de-stress too. Some tea experts believe that this is due to a combination of strong aroma, calming location, and healing properties to decrease stress and tension.
Either way, Anamu Herbal Tea Company strongly recommends you drink tea every day for the chance to live a healthier lifestyle. Starting today! Order the original Anamu Herbal Tea now – click here!