Чай м имбирем для чего

Чай м имбирем для чего

(First of all, I know it's technically a tisane/infusion, not tea.  Moving on...)

In this instructable, I'm going to show you how to make a quick, simple ginger tea, which is delicious, warming, and great for dealing with sore throats, sniffles, colds, and the like.  Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) contains an impressive selection of antimicrobial and antifungal compounds to help clear up whatever ails you, with the added bonus of stimulating VR1 (capsaicin) receptors to make you feel warm (fantastic when coming inside from the rain or snow).  There's also quite a bit of evidence (plus plenty of anecdote) to suggest that it helps with nausea as well (citation), so this is great to brew up once the winter vomiting bug rolls around.  (A few more citations here, here, and here for the skeptical among you.  This is a fairly random selection from a few quick PubMed searches; there's plenty more out there.) 

This is a very quick, very simple recipe, and one of my favourites.  I always try to keep some fresh ginger around the kitchen during cold and flu season, and even more so in the beginning of the academic year, when the dreaded "freshers' flu" makes its way around town courtesy of the students coming to university.  (On that note, this is a great recipe for students to have, as there's little worse than feeling sick and stuffy with an essay deadline creeping up.)

That said, this is also great to have even if you're feeling absolutely fine.  It's really quite tasty, full of antioxidants, and I can't find any reports of it being harmful in any reasonable quantity.  (I'm using "reasonable quantity" with my tea-drinking habits in mind, so in other words quite a bit.)  Do be careful though if you're on any other medications or supplements, as it can interact with some.

Источник: http://www.instructables.com/id/Basic-ginger-tea/

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