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Ginger is most likely the most common root found in the kitchen. It contains more than a dozen virus fighters. Ginger is best known as the first recommendation when anyone has a cold. It can also relieve menstrual cramps, migraine headaches, rheumatism, muscular pain and flatulence. It is also good for nausea, morning sickness and motion sickness.
Ginger also works as an appetite stimulant. Ginger tea can be made from grounded ginger soaked and strained in warm water. Honey can be added for cold-related issues. Many homes in Africa suggest to chew ginger and ingest the remnants for quicker relief. Ginger sweets can be made and kept at home for kids and for any time any of such issues develop. Watch below how you can make these sweets.