Ginger is a powerful herb which has been used to for thousands of years as a natural remedy to treat many diseases.
Ginger offers the following health benefits:
- It treats nausea and mild upset stomach.
- It reduces pain caused by injuries.
- It reduces the symptoms of osteoarthritis.
- It relieves menstrual cramps.
- It is considered as a natural alternative to Ibuprofen.
- It cures sore throat.
- It improves digestion.
- It relieves abdominal pain.
You should add this herb to your daily diet. Ginger strengthens your immune system and prevents many diseases. Also, it is one of the most common culinary ingredients. You can add it to your favorite meals or prepare ginger tea.
You don’t have to run to the market to buy ginger anymore. Now you can grow it indoors.
You will need fresh ginger from a garden center. For high-quality ginger cultivation, the soil should be rich and well-draining. Since the ginger roots grow horizontally, use wide and shallow pot.
First, put the ginger root in water. Leave it soak overnight. Then, fill the pot with the soil. Put the ginger root in it. The buds eye should be pointed up and the roots should be covered with 1-2 inches of soil. Water the ginger well. Keep the pot at a warm place. Don’t expose it to direct sunlight. Make sure you keep the pot moist. Use a spray bottle for that. It’ so simple, right?
Ginger is slow to grow, so you will notice the first shoots popping out of the soil after several weeks.
But. it’s worth a try. Enjoy your own supply of homegrown ginger.
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