One must have never imagined or given a thought to pairing the sharp spice ginger with the sweetness of honey. But mixing honey with ginger yields not just a unique balance of sweetness and spice that is unparalleled but also a variety of health advantages and therapeutic capabilities. Ginger has traditionally been recommended as a natural cure to have on hand for stomach problems, motion sickness, and sniffles because of its spicy, pungent aroma.
While honey, the luscious, golden syrup, is high in antioxidants, it also possesses characteristics that are thought to help with coughing, especially in young children, and may help lower blood triglyceride and cholesterol levels. Combining them will give us many major health benefits.
Honey and ginger both have antioxidants present in them, which help in boosting the immunity system. They both increase the production of white blood cells in the body and also have zinc, magnesium, and chromium, which also strengthen the immunity system.
Remedy for cough and cold
Promotes heart health
Ginger contains many antioxidants, including gingerols, shogaols, and zingerones which help lower the risk of several heart-related issues like heart attacks, stroke, atherosclerosis, etc., and also improve blood circulation. Additionally, it also regulates blood pressure and alleviates blood vessels. Honey is also rich in antioxidants such as phenolic acid and flavonoids, which promote heart health by lowerings cholesterol levels, preventing the death of healthy cells, and regulating the heartbeat.