Is your child suffering from cough and cold? Are you looking for a natural remedy for your child’s gastric ulcer? Then you might want to consider ginger for its many health benefits.
Ginger has been long-hailed for its medicinal properties around the world. In an article, Health Benefits of Ginger for Babies, published in Parentinghealthybabies, ginger is one of the oldest known herbs and condiments known to man. You can add ginger in your child’s food to make it more interesting and spicy.
Some health benefits of ginger for children include:
• Helps in digestive issues: Ginger helps ease digestive problems like constipation, flatulence and indigestion.
• Eases stomach ache: If your child is experiencing stomach pain due to dyspepsia, flatulence, colic spasms or other painful stomach issues, a spoon of ginger juice mixed in water can help ease the pain.
• Treats cold and cough: The biochemical found in ginger controls the spread of rhinoviruses, which are responsible for spreading cold and cough in children.
• Protects liver: The liver is a strong organ but it may not be fully developed in a small child. Ginger protects the liver and is good for your child.
• Heals gastric ulcers: The stomach lining of children is not as strong as that of adults resulting in stomach ulcers. Ginger helps to keep such ulcers at bay by healing them.
Per MomJunction, ginger also helps in several respiratory problems, treats bronchitis and whooping cough, and reduces motion sickness.
Long-hailed for its medicinal, therapeutic and culinary benefits in India, China and around the world, ginger continues to gain ground as a root for well-being.
The health benefits of ginger include relief from digestive issues, relief from cough and cold, remedy from other respiratory diseases like influenza, bronchitis, whooping cough, relief from nausea, stomach ache, motion sickness and seasickness, h...
Here ‘s a list of some of the amazing benefits of ginger that you may not be aware of. Although some of these are still being debated, you could do your own research if you want to use ginger for medicinal purposes.