Ginger is much more than just an ingredient in gingerbread.
It’s also an important ingredient in traditional Indian and Chinese cuisine and has spread throughout the world as a spice for sweet and savory dishes.
Many people add ginger to water and tea to flavor and fortify these beverages with nutrients. Ginger water is also commonly used in folk remedies for flatulence and upset stomach.
Ginger is actually an herb, but the root is the most commonly eaten part of the plant.
The root can be ground into powder or sliced, and it can be used dry, pickled or fresh.
Regardless of how the ginger is prepared, ginger water can provide some useful health benefits.
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