By adding ginger to a paste made of honey and tea tree oil, it can help reduce skin inflammation, acne, rashes, and redness.
Honey and ginger diluted with a little bit of water can be taken internally to help relive respiratory aches, coughing, fever, and asthma. Although honey in some cases is a diuretic and can cause phlegm buildup. This action is necessary in clearing away pathogenic agents from the lungs and riding the body of it.
For women experiencing painful, irregular menstruation, ginger is traditionally take with a cup of boiled water4. For problems with impotency, taking ginger with honey can relieve premature ejaculation, involuntary seminal discharge, and excessive sperm ejaculation.
Modern studies have been conducted in terms of Ginger's antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
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