Ginger compresses are compresses that are dipped in hot ginger water just below boiling point.
The compresses are wrung out well and placed very carefully on your kidney area for five to ten minutes.
The compress is applied to the area to be treated in small steps of one to two seconds, so that you can get used to the heat at your own pace. A hot water bottle is placed on top of the compresses and at your feet.
Ginger compresses have the property of being anti-inflammatory.
A ginger compress stimulates blood circulation, reduces inflammation, provides deep warming and relaxation.
In the fall and winter it is a wonderful way to recharge your batteries and get rid of tensions and inflammation.
Very special is the use of kidney wraps with ginger powder for osteoarthritis. Tropical ginger has the potential to relieve symptoms, improve Overall Health, decrease regular painkillers and increase people's independence.
Ginger mainly consists of:
The main building materials of ginger are gingerol, shogaol and zingiberene. 2-3% essential oils of the carrot (Zingiberol) consists of 30% Sesquiterpene, 10% Monoterpene, 2% Monoterpeneole, 5-8% sharps, Bitter, Fats, Sugar and Mucilage.
This makes this a fantastic anti oxidant. In addition, ginger also contains many B vitamins, vitamin C, proteins, fiber, water, carbohydrates and various minerals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, ...
In supplement form it lowers cholesterol, purifies blood, reduces nausea (you can also use this during pregnancy), it regulates blood sugar, reduces rheumatism and osteoarthritis, helps with a smooth digestion and reduces all types of pain (e.g. menstrual pains), counteracts thrombosis , works anti-viral and anti-bacterial, improves memory,….
Contraindications: It is better not to use ginger as supplement or thea on someone with gallstones, on an empty stomach and in combination with blood thinners.
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