The healing properties of ginger

Since ancient times it has been used as a natural remedy in China, and today it is recognized worldwide. It helps with vomiting, diarrhea and generally digestive problems, fever, stomach pain, and throat disease. Used for body detoxification and as a home remedy for lowering cholesterol. Exquisite taste, smell and great healing are also gingerbread tea. How to use it and in what quantities can you see here.

Cultivation Ginger is grown in the late spring so that before you start growing out the bulbs and break them into pieces of about 5 cm in diameter. Each one should have a bud that you will plant in the ground so that it will be facing upwards. Spread them between 15 cm and 5-10 cm deep. As for further breeding in the garden, ginger will need a lot of rain and high air temperatures, so keep that in mind. The soil should be wet, but good drainage. The ginger gets drowned and then secures enough water. In wet tropical regions, it can be planted at any time of year.