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Here are 5 reasons to start drinking ginger shots today!

Updated: Jun 6, 2022

Ginger shots are the new wonder drug that will fix your every problem! You know you need self-care, but with a hectic life it's hard to find time for everything. Well now there is no excuse because these delicious ginger shots take care of business and make sure all areas in our body feel good again - even if we're suffering from depression or anxiety! --so why not give them ago?


Here are five other reasons to start drinking ginger shots today


1) They can help improve digestion.

Ginger shots contain ginger root which has been shown to help improve digestion. Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory that may reduce your travel time through ducts by as much 20%. The subsequent decrease in inflammation could also ease symptoms associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) such as cramps and diarrhea; it's thought there are hundreds more benefits too!


2) They can help reduce inflammation.

Ginger has been used as medicine since ancient times and it's thought that ginger can improve circulation, which helps flush out toxins from your body through sweat or urine, so they don't linger at harmful levels inside you!


3) They can help fight off infection.

Ginger's antimicrobial properties can help you feel better from both bacterial and viral illnesses such as sore throats, bronchitis etc., because it attacks the underlying cause of these diseases which are often enabled by harmful organisms in our bodies.


4) They can help improve cardiovascular health.

It’s believed that ginger can help improve cardiovascular health by increasing blood flow, which means you'll have more energy and be less likely than ever before at risk for strokes or other complications due Menopause may also cause some hormonal fluctuations; If this sounds like something affecting you then we recommend checking out our delicious and convenient ginger shots.


5) They provide a host of other health benefits. So, what are you waiting for? Start drinking ginger shots today!



In addition, Ginger contains anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, anti-viral, anti-clotting, and antioxidants. It is commonly used among herbalists to treat muscle cramps and aches, sore throats, arthritis, indigestion, and hypertension.

What other ways can I use Ginger besides eating and drinking Ginger?

Ginger is a useful spice that can be used in plenty of home remedies to help your skin and body. You may think it's just for eating, but you're wrong! For example if your child has minor coughs or allergies they could use this as treatment by mashed up into some extra ingredients such as flour-water mixture applied overnight on their chest area so we know how important hydration really works when dealing with respiratory problems at night time

​GINGER CHEST RUB

  • Step 1 minced fresh ginger into a bowl

  • Step 2 add ginger powder or flour with honey into the bowl and mix until a paste occurs.

  • Step 3 Add in coconut oil or olive oil little by little until the paste is spreadable.

  • Step 4 Place the mixture on a napkin, wrap the napkin with gauze, and place it on the chest with a bandage. ( for adults, overnight use is recommended. For children, apply 2-3 hours before bed. Rinse with warm water after use. The Mixture can also be applied directly to the chest.

Pro tip: add in 2-3 drops of eucalyptus essential oil for a soothing feeling!!

The power of herbs and plants can be exceptional when you have the knowledge to use them to their full extent.

The next time you're feeling aches and pains, a minor cold or hangover; fill your bath with hot water (as warm as can take it) plus 2 cups of Epsom salt. Add 1 cup freshly chopped Ginger for an invigorating experience that will leave all toxins draining from body! To add even more relaxation try adding Lavender essential oils into the mix too--perfect after work treat on those days when life feels like one big struggle.

We recommend drinking water before and after trying this detox bath.

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