Drink Ginger Water Daily If You Suffer from Migraines, Arthritis or Heartburn

Ginger root and ginger water have been used for their health benefits for centuries. In fact, long before it was kept in the spice cupboard, it was stored in the medicine chest. Ginger has a lot of manganese, potassium, iron and phosphorus, along with a multitude of vitamins. It’s truly a superfood that helps with a wide range of health issues.

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Ginger can be used to treat anything from digestive issues to pain to joint inflammation. If you’re plagued by any of these and more, you may want to give an all-natural ginger remedy a try.

Making Ginger Water

One of the greatest recipes for all-natural ginger water is actually very simple to make. Here is what you need:

  • half a lemon
  • ginger – 2inch piece
  • water – 3 cups
  • raw honey

Grate a big piece of ginger and add 3 cups of water. Add juice of half a lemon. Add some honey for better taste and mix the ingredients. It can be enjoyed hot or cold and tastes amazing.

Serve your ginger water hot in the winter for a soothing beverage that will make you feel warm and cozy. In the warmer months, drink it chilled or over ice to access health benefits and feel refreshed. Keep reading to see how it can help treat joint pain and inflammation, migraines and heartburn.

Ginger Water for Joint Pain and Inflammation

One reason ginger water works so well to relieve joint inflammation and pain is that it has natural antioxidants. It also has some painkilling properties. If your pain is caused by arthritis, you’re in luck. The Arthritis Foundation recently published an article about the positive effect ginger has on arthritis pain.

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