101 Amazing Ways to Use Ginger: Reduce Muscle Pain, Fight Motion Sickness, Heal the Common Cold and 98 More!
This handy little guidebook is jam-packed with fascinating information about ginger. The layout of the book itself is very appealing as well as useful. It begins with a brief introduction, answering such questions as, what is ginger, where did it come from, how to store it, and the best ways to use it. It’s divided into three categories of information: nutrition, health, and cosmetics.
The nutrition section provides a nice list of vitamins and minerals that can be found in ginger. There are even a few recipes (four to be precise), including an extremely easy one for ginger tea and a sweet-and-spicy chocolate cake.
The health section delves into various ailments that ginger is said to be good for, from allergies to cancers and ulcers. It also lists a variety of symptoms that ginger can help alleviate, such as headaches and nausea.
Finally, the nutrition portion also includes recipes for an exfoliating scrub, hair oil, and several more.
This slim guide is part of a series of 101 Amazing Uses books. It’s a very attractive little book and would make an excellent addition to any household with an interest in natural tips and tricks.