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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Home-made Gingerale -For What Ails You! [Recipe Link Up]

What's Your Favourite Gingerale Recipe?

Please post a comment with a link to either your recipe for home-made gingerale,or a recipe that uses gingerale.

Making Gingerale is something I think of each time I see fresh ginger in the grocery store. Years ago, I made some when I was visiting a family in Germany,and it turned out quite well. The last few weeks I've been living on Canada Dry Cranberry Gingerale -on sale at the grocer for nothing much has wanted to stay in my tummy. I often wondered why ginger helps tummies and this Homemade Gingerale Recipe post on the Life From Scratch blog  has some great info about the benefits of gingerale.

Did you know Ginger is a miracle food?
Ginger is naturally: anti-microbial, anti-viral, and anti-biotic. It’s high in potassium and manganese which builds resistance to disease, protects lining of heart, blood vessels and urinary passages. It has silicon which promotes healthy skin, hair, teeth and nails. It helps assimilate calcium and also contains Vit. A, C, E, B-complex, magnesium, phosphorus, sodium, iron, zinc, calcium, beta-carotene. Even Gravol started marketing a natural ginger ant-nauseant.

Here are some Ways Ginger can help you:

  • Eliminates congestion
  • Morning sickness remedy
  • Motion sickness remedy
  • Reduces inflammation and pain
  • Alleviates heartburn
  • Cold and Flu Prevention and Treatment
  • Migraine Relief
  • Menstrual Cramp Relief
  • Prevention of Diabetic Nephropathy
  • Prevent and treat cancers
  • Relieves nausea and improves digestion
  • Improves circulation and can help Prevents heart attacks
  • Cleanses the colon and relieves digestive distress
  • Promotes menstrual regularity
  • Improves lung capacity and can reduce asthma symptoms

Wow! All from a relative of
The  Homemade Gingerale Recipe on the Life From Scratch blog  calls for:

 unchlorinated water (leave it on your counter for 24 hours)

  •  fresh ginger, peeled and finely chopped or grated 
  • fresh lime juice
  •  raw organic cane sugar 
  • sea salt
  •  whey
See the amounts and directions on the  Homemade Gingerale Recipe on the Life From Scratch blog  
What are the ingredients in your Gingerale Recipe? Leave a comment listing your ingredients as above,and a link to your recipe. You can also ad a teaser as well . Looking forward to reading your recipes!
Suzanne-aka YrHelper Infonut.

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