Today I want to share with you, dear reader, a super effective home remedy that will help alleviate those discomforts and ailments that are caused by gastritis and that sometimes make us uncomfortable.
What we are going to talk about today is Ginger, which is a plant of Asian origin, whose root is widely used to treat endless diseases, and that is due to its healing properties that make it up, which allow any type of pathology is adequately treated.
From ancient times to our times, Ginger has been used as a natural medicine in therapies to treat diseases, in our case related to the digestive system, whose consumption is through tea or essences among others.
It is also used in gastronomy thanks to its spicy and intense flavor, which improves the flavor of recipes, offering a different and special touch to the touch. Next, I will mention the benefits it brings us.
Benefits of Ginger for Gastritis
It is important to know the healing properties that this miraculous plant provides us for our health, especially to combat gastritis.
- Ginger is an anti-inflammatory that reduces inflammation that occurs in the stomach.
- It is antibacterial, which is why it helps to eliminate the Helicobacter pylori bacteria, which cause many ailments and symptoms of gastritis.
- Helps neutralize excess stomach acid production. This helps as gastric ulcer is prevented.
- Strengthens our immune system.
- Stimulates the digestive process, achieving a benefit in the functions of the stomach.
Ginger Home Remedy
In this part, I will share with you how you should prepare ginger properly to obtain excellent results.
Let me tell you first, that you will not have any difficulty in finding this variety of plant, since it is available in all markets close to our community and its availability is viable all year round, so dear friend, I suggest that, from today, include it in your daily diet.
There are several ways to prepare it and that will depend on which one you choose or like.
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In this part, half a glass of water is put on the heat and then we add small pieces of ginger until they boil. Then we let it cool to consume, in this part you can take it 3 times a day depending on the ailments that you may present.
We take the ginger, we wash it completely until it is clean, it is completely peeled and then we chew it for about a minute. We will feel a super spicy sensation, but in the end you will obtain excellent results, since we will be consuming all its properties from the juice.
Cut the ginger into pieces, here we can add other varieties such as: carrots, celery, apple. For its preparation we are going to use Ginger, 2 Carrots, 3 celery stalks, and ½ Apple.
We add all the ingredients to the blender or processor, to process them and finally obtain a delicious fresh juice, which will help us feel better and immediately relieve ourselves.
It is important to always make the pertinent consultations with your doctor, in order to rule out any problem that may generate you. Let me share with you some contraindications:
- If you are pregnant, the consumption of ginger is not recommended.
- In children who are 6 or younger either.
- If its consumption is abused, it can cause gastritis.
- In patients who are on anticoagulants, their consumption is not recommended.
Ginger will help you, but you must first understand the root of the problem, since the causes are first treated in order to achieve excellent results.
Among the causes I mention some, such as: irritating foods, excessive abuse of everything that contains alcohol, bad habits that you may have in food, among others.
This natural remedy will not help you if you do not change your styles first, I mean in food and life. It is important to take this point into consideration since the effort we can give and put in will greatly improve our problem.
Gastritis can be cured, but you must persevere and fight it in different ways until you succeed, just like I did. I invite you to continue informing yourself about everything related to gastritis on my blog, where I share with you my readers every week.