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Tonify Yang

Yang is our internal sun. It provides us with our Yang energy. Ginger is like the match to ignite the furnace of our body. Picture the digestive system like the kitchen of the home that is our body. The Spleen and Stomach are our centre, our grounding Earth, where all pathways and channels connect to get what they need to function. Ginger is perhaps the most beloved food of the Spleen system, it has all the properties which complement the Earth element. It is grown in the soil, yellow in colour and has the essential warming essence which is crucial in powering the digestion. Ginger increases circulation so it helps cold hands and feet and even hair loss. In fact, Ginger boosts Blood circulation to the scalp which stimulates hair growth and strengthens the hair root and follicles. The many fatty acids, vitamins, and minerals present in ginger can strengthen hair strands, which prevents hair loss. Ginger is a natural detoxifier, increasing circulation, promoting the natural detox of the Liver, and stimulating the immune system. Ginger soothes inflammation, especially in the intestinal tract, which is a common issue with those dealing with fungus. Ginger has strong antibacterial and antifungal properties. My ginger is organic and dehydrated as the natural oils in dry ginger contain more potent anti-cancer, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties, while the volatile oils in fresh ginger show greater potency as immune stimulants and antimicrobial agents [1]. It is available in powder or extract form. How to take powder or ginger extract: Add 1/2 tsp ginger powder to a cup of water and boil for 2 minutes. Or steep in hot water for 10 minutes. Strain or serve directly, twice daily. Use 5 drops of ginger extract in 1/4 cup of hot water, serve directly or take extract orally twice daily. Ginger extract can also be applied topically. Use it directly on your Stomach to increase Yang, on areas of arthritis, on the knee for knee pain, on the temples for migraines.

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