- 300g fresh ginger root
- 100g pollen powder (ground)
- 500g quality honey
Method of preparation:
When buying ginger, make sure that the root is fresh and not too dehydrated. Wash it gently, peel it with a scoop, then grate it or chop it finely.
If you buy the pollen powder in granules, then you should ground it.
Mix the ingredients, put them in a larger jar with a wide throat and gradually add the honey by mixing. Once the mixture is smooth, close the jar well and wrap it with aluminum foil.
Store this remedy in the refrigerator. Allow to ripen for two to three days so that the ingredients can be combined with the ginger juice. Don’t forget to stir before use.
Consume one tablespoon in the morning and evening. It has a specific, slightly pungent taste that the ginger gives. It improves circulation and heals intestinal problems in a short time. For blood fat and fatty liver use the whole dose, and for more severe diseases – make it again. You can consume it all winter for immunity.
Pollen (flower powder) is a pure and natural product of bees. It is a powerful ingredient that helps revitalize and regenerate the body.
Pollen contains a sumptuous natural combination of minerals and vitamins, including calcium, magnesium, manganese, potassium, zinc, riboflavin (B2), thiamin (B1), vitamin A, B6, C, D, E, K, provitamin D and 12 types of unsaturated fatty acids, proteins and antioxidants.
It is good for:
- Strengthening the immune system;
- Improving the mental function of the body;
- Nervous system problems;
- Restoration of the intestinal flora;
- Liver protection;
- Improving the quality of skin, hair, and nails.
Fresh ginger helps lower high cholesterol and fight certain stomach bacteria that are considered responsible for the development of stomach ulcers.
At the same time, it reduces bloating and relieves the tension caused by unpleasant stomach gas. It has a positive effect on restoring the intestinal flora, has a laxative effect and regulates irregular stool.
It also relieves migraines and headaches.
And here are some of the healing effects of the honey:
- It is primarily a source of energy because it is easy to digest and is recommended for athletes, increases endurance and reduces muscle fatigue.
- Honey is a great antioxidant. Pregnant women who consumed honey during their pregnancy gave birth to healthier and more lively children. Young children can consume honey after the second year.
- Relieves flu and cold symptoms, respiratory diseases such as sinusitis and throat inflammation.
- It has an antiseptic effect on wounds, reduces pain and also extracts poison in insect bites.
- If you get burned immediately apply immediately honey. This will prevent the bubble from forming, and your skin will heal without scars.
- Honey coatings help with skin problems, such as cracked skin, rashes, itching.
- Honey also helps with stool, gastritis, stomach ulcer.
- Raises iron levels and lowers blood fat.
- Cleanses the body
- It is known for its beneficial effect on eye problems, such as conjunctivitis and others.