HOW TO CULTIVATE GINGERING AT HOME AND ITS BENEFITS FOR HEALTH

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Hello friend today I am going to talk about ginger thanks to its spicy and aromatic flavor and it is very rich in essential oils, vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and amino acids that provide many benefits to the human body and its consumption is more than indicated.
Keep the root once harvested or purchased.
One of the best and simplest ways that lasts the piece for more than three weeks is to keep it in the snow inside a plastic bag of those to freeze with zip and remove the air well.
Another option is to freeze it directly, it lasts about a year, but the texture is rare when thawing it.


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HOW TO PLANT EASILY GING AT HOME.
As indoor growing and potting grows anywhere, it needs heat, humidity and does not like the direct sun, it is multiplied by rhizomes, so we can use a part of the ginger that we have at home, simply put it in a pot, water love and wait to harvest.


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It is advisable to plant in the spring and make sure that the mother tuber is as fresh as possible.
The rhizomes are marked, we prepare a pot with good drainage and prepared soil with a part of sand, a part of ripe compost and a part of earth, in the center we put the ginger with the rhizomes upwards.


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PREPARATION OF RIZOMA
We put the root in water during the night and then cut it into not very small pieces. Make sure that each segment has at least a couple of small packages, which are the buds from which our new plants will grow.

PLANTATION
Fill a pot about 30 centimeters deep with a mixture of soil and compost. A good sized container to put 2 to 3 pieces. We press the rhizomes in the shallow ground cover with a little soil. Put the pots in a shady place.

CARE AND GROWTH
At first we started with little watering then we increase when the plant is already out. Ginger likes moisture and heat. Keep the soil moist, but not over-soaked and in temperatures of at least 20 degrees. In the first year, they should reach a size between 40 to 80 centimeters in height.

HARVEST
Once the plants already have a good size we can go harvesting the root little by little and the plant continue to grow in this way if we make two or three pots after a while we will always have fresh ginger at our disposal.

IRRIGATION, CARE AND HARVEST.
It should be watered every day, that the earth is wet but without puddling, in a month we should have stems and leaves, the plant rarely blooms and does not bear fruit, we will harvest in 8 or 10 months when the plant begins to dry, stop watering and when it is already dry it is harvested, and a part of the root with rhizomes is planted again, for the next harvest.
Now if we have the plant in a pot the best thing is to leave it on the ground and keep removing what we need each time. And if you want to enjoy its benefits do not hesitate to include ginger in your diet.


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BENEFITS OF GINGER CONSUMPTION:
Decreases rheumatic and menstrual pain.
It is effective against flu and colds, by promoting expectoration.
Improves blood flow, so it prevents cardiovascular diseases.
Eliminates dizziness and vertigo.
It is a natural aphrodisiac, by stimulating libido.
It is a natural antidepressant.
Combats premature aging and reduces stress levels
Decreases migraines by blocking the effects of protasgladin.
Prevents colon and ovarian cancer.
It facilitates digestion.


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WAYS TO CONSUME GINGER.
To enjoy the benefits of this tuber you can ingest it through infusions, in smoothies, juices, salads, stews or desserts; either powder, fresh, dissected, in herbalists there are also tablets and cough syrups.


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HOW TO MAKE AN INFUSION OR GINGER TEA.
The infusion of this plant is the simplest form and used for medicinal consumption. For this you can use freso or dry. In the case of using fresh can be used by cutting a piece of root and making a decoction for about 5 minutes, or scratch and squeeze and simply add to the boiled water, many people consume it by adding it to normal tea.
In case of using it dry, simply dissolve the recommended dose in hot water and consume.


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MEDICAL DOSES.
While the consumption of ginger has no restrictions should be measured with it, these are the optimal doses for use in pursuit of obtaining the benefits discussed above.
If we have fresh ginger, it is recommended to consume between 3 to 10 grams of it daily.
Ginger powder, it is recommended not to consume more than two grams daily.


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THE GINGER TO SLIM
One of the most common uses of this plant is in diets; and is that thanks to its various digestive properties, metabolic acceleration along with its power to reduce inflammation and improve the muscular system, make it ideal for people looking to lose weight in a simple and lasting way.
As any form to lose weight should be accompanied by a change of habits, exercise and varied and balanced diet.
There have been several studies of his performance and how it works to lose weight, it was even proven that its consumption helps the body to have an early sensation of satiety, preventing us from overeating.


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GINGEN DURING PREGNANCY AND LACTATION.
It has not been shown to be safe for pregnancy, so it is not advisable to take this food in high doses, much less in concentrated forms. If you have any doubt, ask your doctor.
During breastfeeding without good is not contraindicated in some cases has been causing drowsiness.


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CONTRAINDICATIONS AND TOXICITY OF GINGER.
Ginger is a plant with almost no toxicity so its consumption is safe, the most frequent side effect is the increase in body temperature due to the metabolic acceleration that this causes.
However, there are some cases where its consumption is contraindicated by the interaction with some medications, for this reason people who take medications for pressure, diabetes or anticoagulants should consult with their doctor if they can or can not consume that plant.
There is a lot of information about the properties of the Ginger that is why I have tried to synthesize the most important so that our readers can get a good idea about the uses they can make of this noble root.

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https://ecocosas.com/plants-medicinales/jengibre/
https://okdiario.com/recetas/2017/07/24/contraindicaciones-jengibre-77651

I hope my article has been useful.
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