What Exactly is Ginger?
Shaped like a horn: this is what ginger means in Sanskrit. This ancient spice, first cultivated and used in ancient China and India, was reportedly recorded in the writings of the Chinese philosopher, Confucius, best known for creating and espousing the Golden Rule, which preaches that one should not do to others what one would not want have done to them. Closely related to turmeric as a root, and a powerful healing spice, China, India, and Arabic cultures have included ginger as a staple in their diets and medicinal remedies for countless years. Best known perhaps as an effective aid for stomach ailments, most notably nausea, ginger is a common inclusion in the foods of many Asian cultures.
What Exactly is Lemon?
Lemons are an excellent source of vitamin C and flavonoids, which are antioxidants. Antioxidants help remove free radicals that can damage cells from the body. These nutrients can help prevent diseases and boost health and wellbeing. Here some of the possible benefits of consuming lemons.
1) Lowering stroke risk
2) Blood pressure
3) Cancer prevention
4) Maintaining a healthy complexion
5) Preventing asthma
6) Increasing iron absorption
7) Boosting the immune system
8) Weight loss
Vitamin C is an essential nutrient and an antioxidant.
If a person does not consume enough vitamin C, they will develop a deficiency, which is known as scurvy. It is rare in the United States, but it can affect people who do not have a varied diet.
Symptoms can start to appear within a month of not consuming vitamin C, and they include:
- malaise (a feeling of being unwell)
- inflammation of the gums or bleeding gums
- red patches on the skin due to blood vessels breaking beneath the surface
- joint pain
- slow wound healing
- loosening of teeth
Many of these happen when the connective tissues weaken due to the lack of vitamin C.
Since vitamin C helps the body absorb iron, people who are deficient in iron may also develop anemia.
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