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June 26, 2016 at 12:19 pm

Ginger is one of the most used ingredient in cooking purpose.

Ginger is well known for creating warmth in food and spice in flavor.

According to the Chinese belief, ginger helps to expel wind in the body which is used in a huge number for new mums like @kaka135/

You can use ginger for:

  • stir fry vegetables
  • Stir fry meats
  • Meat stew
  • Steam fish and meats
  • Curries
  • Ginger and Tea Beverage

Besides that, my mother in law had boiled ginger with water, cool it off before soaking her aching feet into the ginger water.

She said that the ginger water helped to reduce her aching feet since she felt painful alike pins poking into the palm of her feet each time she makes a single step.


What else can you do with ginger?

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  • This topic was modified 3 years, 1 month ago by  peachpurple.

June 26, 2016 at 12:49 pm

@peachpurple, ginger is an anti-cancer veggie, it is necessary of us to include this in our daily foods. Ginger can also cure stomach ache, cough, what to do is boil it and after cooling off drink it.Cough will disappear after 2-3days.

Another, ginger can cure or control the growth of goiter. What to do is clean the ginger’s body, then let it dry use a cloth in drying by wiping,then remove its skin by using a spoon, then wash again thoroughly. Then let is dry by wiping it with a clean cloth.When already dry, scrape the ginger using a spoon just enough and place them on a clean cloth and have it tap at the affected part, the goiter. The patient must persevere the wild effect of the juice, fresh juice.It should be wrap around the neck over night.

Why I know this because our neighbor’s goiter gone just this ginger. It is just a matter of sacrifice.

June 26, 2016 at 12:52 pm

@ peachpurple  ginger juice mixed with honey is an effective remedy to cure sore throat.

June 26, 2016 at 12:52 pm

thanks for sharing your ginger tips

Yes ginger with cinnamon and honey cure coughs too.


June 26, 2016 at 1:01 pm

@peachpurple I use ginger for nausea and stomach upsets. I ate tons of candied ginger when I was pregnant and had morning sickness! Ginger can help with heartburn too.

Eaten in small quantities it’s very safe, but if taken medicinally it can pose a health risk to some people. If you are pregnant, take blood thinners, or have a blood clotting disorder, it’s best to consult a professional before using ginger as a medicine.

June 26, 2016 at 2:54 pm

Ginger is of great use in our household. Besides making ginger preserve where tender ginger is cooked in syrup after taking its pungency away. I do not do it but mother used to. I found this recipe on the Net


I add ginger garlic paste to several of my dishes. I also add it while preparing fresh fruit juice that I preserve.

Having said that  fresh ginger eaten to ward off nausea unfortunately does not agree with me

June 26, 2016 at 3:32 pm

Ginger has so many uses as far as I know. Usually, we use ginger in place of coffee. I remember my mother cut it into pieces and place it in tin pot. Put some water and boil it for several minutes. As soon as it is done, it is poured into a cup, put sugar to taste. We happily take a sip of hot ginger. We usually have been doing that early in the morning before we take our breakfast.

June 27, 2016 at 9:19 am

yes that is true indeed.

Honey and ginger combination is like a spice syrup to cure the inflamed sore throat. Clear off the itchy feeling

ah… really? You ate a lot of ginger candies when you were pregnant?

I should had tried that.

wow your mommy is clever.

Thanks for sharing your ginger recipe tips.

I might follow your mom step as well when I don’t feel well.

Ginger is cheap and very useful for home remedies


June 27, 2016 at 9:20 am

that is a unique ginger recipe too.

I hould try this too.

Thanks for sharing

June 27, 2016 at 9:24 am

ginger is a great food/spice. it adds flavor to food and not too spicy unless you eat it raw. great for tummy aches.

June 27, 2016 at 10:06 am

yes if eaten raw, you could cure your runny nose immediately!

June 27, 2016 at 2:52 pm

When I was active in our university choir, I regularly drink ginger tea because it helps to warm my throat and helps me to sing right, through my diaphragm. I drink it when I have colds and it is helping. I learned from @ruby3881 that I can used it for bath for my fever. When I did it, it made my temperature lessen so I do it regularly.

July 30, 2016 at 10:49 am

Ginger indeed has many benefits. We mainly use it for :

  1. Add grated ginger to Tea and it aids in relieving cough and cold and is good in rainy season and winters.
  2. Adding ginger to vegetables and pulese aids in digestion and reduces gas.

July 30, 2016 at 3:04 pm


Excellent resource on Ginger plans.

Yes, this is a wonder food. I remember my childhood days when I was asked a riddle

3 Brothers having same features, the taste is pungent and juicy. Giving death blow to many diseases, guess who are they?

I never understood the question. I always liked to skip this riddle. Later on, I came to know that the answer is the trio – onion / ginger / garlic.

They are not just cure for many diseases, they are instead “death blow” to them. Indeed the best medicines are made by nature first.

August 18, 2016 at 1:03 pm

Wow ginger uses are in plenty i can see that. many people don’t like the taste of ginger but the truth is it is very beneficial to our everyday living and body. when you mix ginger some garlic and lemon boil them together, and then add some honey to it to sweeten it, then you drink it to cure coughs and sore throat. it also lowers blood pressure and eases the pain of athritis. so if you need to be healthy try taking ginger in your everyday diet.