Water, an essential nutrient. From different angles I get the advice three times a day to drink a cup of ginger tea. If I sneeze, if I tell you that I'm losing weight, if I tell you that I play a lot of sports. You name it. It's hip to drink ginger tea for anything. As good as I am, I immediately bought ginger root and am now a major user. Until a friend told me at lunch that he had done a little research on the Internet to find out how many cups of ginger tea you can actually drink one day in connection with any harmful effects. In the sequel he would limit it to 2 to 3 cups in one day. Bottled water contains less minerals than tap water.
1. Heating effect. Tea is of course already nice and warm, but ginger also makes it a little spicy, which makes you warm inside.
2. Losing weight. People who want to lose weight often use ginger tea. Can you lose weight by drinking water.
3. If you do not feel well. There are people who have a huge refurbishment of drinking ginger tea if they have diarrhea, are sick or have bloating.
4. Helps against everything. It would improve the intake of all kinds of nutrients and keep your sugar values in balance. Prevent muscle pain by drinking water. It would inhibit inflammation and reduce arthritis and osteoarthritis.
Actually too much to mention. So much that you are almost suspicious of it and the scientific basis we have not been able to find directly on the Internet. It seems anyway that everyone on the Internet talks a little bit about ginger.
Not really a uniform answer. For both the negative and positive effects of ginger tea, we have not really been able to find a unified scientific basis. What about ginger tea? Can we drink it indefinitely or not?