Did you know the importance of ginger in your health and in your love relationship?
And in Senegal, women surround themselves with a ginger belt around their pelvis to excite their husbands.Updated on October 19, 2020, Mame Anta
Ginger is known for a bunch of its virtues. We say it is an aphrodisiac and a slimming miracle… But are those benefits we are talking about?
Ginger is a tropical plant from the East. It is the cornerstone of Ayurvedic medicine. In the past, the Greeks recommended it to fight against digestive problems. Later, it is its energizing virtues that are highlighted...
This root has always been used as a medicinal plant. It is its underground part, its root which is exploited. It consists of rhizome (it is the knotty and fleshy part of the plant). The latter is washed then dried and reduced to a fine powder which will give the spice that we generally consume.
This powder is one of the raw materials for a multitude of so-called “slimming” products, capsules and the like... The roots or rhizomes are dug up 11 months after planting the seeds. They are cultivated in India, China and Australia (to name just a few) where we particularly appreciate the spicy and subtly lemony flavor of ginger.
Let’s now talk about the benefits of ginger!
Serious scientific studies have proven its antioxidant properties. You should know that antioxidants are particles that allow the body to defend itself against free radicals. These free radicals are particles which are believed to participate in the onset of cardiovascular disorders, cancers and pathologies linked to aging.
Ginger contains no less than forty antioxidant molecules. Some are very resistant and survive heat. It is even said that some would be revealed during cooking. Ginger powder is in the third place for its richness in antioxidants, third out of over a thousand foods...
If you want to accentuate the anti-aging properties of ginger, you can combine it with onion and garlic. Indeed, their association creates a synergy between their different antioxidant compounds, which would boost their individual potentials... We can relieve migraines thanks to ginger.
Because ginger and its components act on the same hormone as aspirin, prostaglandin and reduce inflammation.
Dr. Srivastava, a world-renowned Danish, has advocated taking ginger regularly for arthritis.
Ginger also effectively combats digestive disorders, bloating, nausea, etc.
What about the aphrodisiac ginger?
Several scientists have studied the problem, that is to say, the alleged “Viagra” effect of ginger. As a conclusion to this research, some scientists agree that ginger can be useful in helping people over thirty in their sex life...
In the past, the supposed aphrodisiac virtues led Portugal to develop its culture. Currently, in the Maghreb countries, ginger is still used to rekindle the love flame. And in Senegal, women surround themselves with a ginger belt around their pelvis to excite their husbands.
These popular legends and popular beliefs come from the phallic form of the root. More seriously, its vasodilating action acts on the organs of the pelvis and its reconstituting properties are known to bring vigor and dynamism to those who lack it. But to benefit from it, you must consume raw ginger.