Ginger is one of the exotic and highly-sought after spices for its culinary and medicinal benefits. Ginger is packed with anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer properties and helps to boost metabolism, Relieves gas and bloating, calms nausea and soothes cold and flu symptoms, besides treating respiratory infections. Ginger promotes blood circulation, and freshens the breath naturally.
Topical utilization of Ginger
According to a recent study, Ginger does wonders in treatment of joints and muscles pain, and it lowers muscle soreness and torment, especially one caused by exercising. Not just Ginger supplements orally, but the topical utilization of ginger also gives best results. Apply Ginger on the affected areas, and the anti-inflammatory and calming properties can treat your unending joint torments.
Ginger Detox Bath
The best approach to lessen your symptoms of runny nose, congestion, headache, fever, body aches, sore throat and cough, fever or to refresh your body is to indulge in Ginger Detox Bath. And if you’re looking for losing weight, Ginger Detox bath may be your ideal solution. Occasional Detox Bath with Ginger helps you be naturally healthy, besides flushing out the toxins from your body.
Ginger Shower Ingredients
3 Tablespoons Fresh grated ginger or ginger powder.
Few drops of Ginger essential oil
Fill your bathtub with hot water you can stand
Add the Epsom Salts, Grated Ginger and few drops of essential oils. Steep them for five minutes and give a good swirl.
Get into the water and stay in for thirty minutes, so that you absorb all the ginger potential from water.
Get off the bath and towel it off. For the next hour, you may sweat profusely, thus eliminating toxins and helping in faster recovery.
Ginger Bath makes you sweat abundantly for next hour, so stay hydrated when you are opting for it. Wear Cotton Clothes after the Bath. Try Ginger Detox Bath before going to bed, as it helps you get good night sleep and makes your energized and refreshed for the next day. Try this ginger bath weekly once or twice and not more.
We advise you to take a small patch test with the bath mixture, if you have a very sensitive skin to ensure your skin doesn’t get irritated.