How To Make Ginger Plaster For Various Pains And Rheumatic Problems!
Many studies have proven the broad anti-inflammatory actions of ginger. Some of its uses include relieving arthritis, headaches, muscle soreness, improving blood flow, etc. You can use ginger in various ways, fresh, powdered, dried, and added in meals or juices.
However, in this article you’ll learn a totally different way to use this potent root in order to reap all of its health benefits – ginger press.
Ginger press can be quite beneficial. It cures sore muscles, swollen veins, rheumatism and sprains. It may burn in the beginning but it will penetrate deeply into your skin, targetting the root cause of your pain and eliminate it quickly.
– A clean sheet of plastic film
– 1 ginger root
– 4 garlic cloves
– 2 tbsp. of course sea salt
First, pound the ginger and make sure it is well-crushed. Then, remove the skin of the garlic and mix the three ingredients by using mortar and pestle until you have a ground mixture.
Take the mixed ginger, salt, and garlic and place it into the plastic film. Carefully position the film with the mixture on the area that is causing you pain. Additionally, to keep the mixture from falling off, use any kind of tape to secure the sides, wrap around the affected area. This will secure the powdered mixture further. Do this even though you don’t have plans to be active all day.
Leave the ginger press on the area for about six hours.