Ginger: Its thermogenic characteristic generates heat in the body. Ginger root contains medicinal properties that help fight seasonal cold and flu. Add a tablespoon of grated ginger to your tea to keep warm on a cold day.

You know that uneasy feeling you get when your stomach churns up and you feel foggy in a boat or a ship, or on a long drive? It’s motion sickness, quite a common condition. Several remedies have been suggested to beat this uncomfortable feeling, but nothing is as effective as ginger. Here’s how to consume it:

  • Have it in its raw state (ginger root) by simply peeling, chopping, and chewing on a small slice.
  • Scout your supermarket aisle for its powdered form. Mix 1 tsp ginger powder in 1 cup of plain water or apple juice. Sip on this refreshing drink whenever you feel sick or uncomfortable on your travels.
  • If you prefer something hot and comforting, try ginger tea. Keep a ginger tea bag handy.
  • Fresh ginger cookies as well as ginger candy could also provide relief.

If you’re prone to motion sickness, you can start consuming ginger a couple of hours before your trip as a preventive measure. Continue taking it at regular intervals, and you’re sure to have a pleasant journey.

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