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Ginger and Honey

Other Names: Ginger, African Ginger, Canton Ginger, Cochin Ginger, Jamaican Ginger, Ginger, Genigibre, Gingembre, Sheng Jian, Zingiber Officinale
Traditional Usages: Travel Sickness,Flatulent Colic, Irritable Bowel, Diarrhea, Colds, Influenza, Hypothermia, Intestinal Problems, Appetitie Loss, Hiccups, Coronary Artery Disease, Suppressed Menstruation from Cold, Improves Sex Life, Nausea, Vomitting, Morning Sickness of Pregnancy, Phlegmy Colds, Indigestion, Cataracts, Heart Disease, Migraines, Stroke, Amenorrhea, Angina, Athletes Feet, Bursitis, Chronic Fatigues, Depression, Dizziness, Fever, Infertility, Erectile Difficulties, Kidney Stones, Sciatica, Viral Infections, Motion Sickness, Chilblains, Poor circulation
Resources: US, Asia, Caribbean, Jamaica, Africa, China, India, Indonesia,
Parts Used: Root, Essential Oil
Herbal Research: 


Ginger and Honey – Home remedy for Baby Problems: Ginger juice and honey can be given to baby for cold and cough. Peel and crush one piece - half an inch of fresh ginger with a quarter spoon of honey. Divide in halves and give half of it to baby. After 4 hours give baby the other half.

Ginger and Honey - Home remedy for Erectile Dysfunction:  Grind half inch of fresh ginger into a paste. Mix with half a teaspoon of raw honey. Take this three times a day.

Ginger and Honey - Home remedy for Laryngitis: Grate a piece of fresh ginger and boil in a cupful of water. Strain and add a little raw honey and drink this twice daily.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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