Ginger is frequently referred to as a root, but it is actually an underground stem (called rhizome). Ginger is a supple ingredient that can be consumed in drinks (tea, beer, ale) or in cooking. It can be utilized to make foods peppery and even as a food preservative. If you prefer it in food, ginger is superb in many dishes and is ideal when combined with garlic.
It helps prevent or treat nausea and vomiting from motion sickness, pregnancy, and cancer chemotherapy. It has anti-inflammatory properties and alleviates pains like headaches, migraines, sprains, stomachaches, muscular cramps, and pain due to osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Like other spices, it has aphrodisiac properties and is used widely for medicinal purposes.
Add ginger to sauces and soups. Spice up your healthy vegetables by adding freshly minced ginger.