Ginger Beer Prevents Cancer, Treats Arthritis And Stomach

Today we bring an unusual recipe, one for making ginger ale beer, but also one that’s very healthy and recommended for occasional use to those looking to improve their health. It can treat arthritis, stomach aches as well as lower bad cholesterol and high blood sugar levels, among other things..

Ginger has been traditionally used for ages by holistic medicine to treat many health problems, the key being stomach ailments and arthritis. Your ginger ale can be prepared at home by using only fresh or dried ginger, a little sugar and some lemon juice.

Can ginger reduce pains and inflammations?

Ginger has many health benefits and it has been proven to have a soothing effect on back and muscle pains. Many clinical studies and researches have already shown that ginger can help people who suffer from degenerative or rheumatoid arthritis and chronic pains.


  • 200 grams of peeled and finely sliced ​​ginger;
  • 450 ml. filtered water;
  • 200 g. sugar;
  • 120 ml. mineral water;
  • A few drops of lime juice;
  • A slice of lemon;
  • Some organic honey.


Pour the filtered water into a pot and place it on your stove to reach a boil. Once the water starts boiling, add your ginger, lower the heat and leave it to cook for another 5 minutes. After this leave the mixture to chill for 20 minutes before strain the ginger from the liquid.
Prepare your syrup in a separate bowl by dissolving the sugar into one cup of filtered water and then boiling the water. Then mix half a cup of your ginger juice with 1/3 cup of your syrup and half a cup of mineral water. Add a little organic honey and lime juice and decorate it with lemon slices, if you want.

Ginger Beer Health Benefits:

Ginger is very useful for soothing stomach problems and improving digestion. It also helps in reducing bad cholesterol and high blood sugar levels. Ginger beer can soothe any symptoms of colds and flu you might have and it’s also useful for improving blood your circulation and preventing cancer.


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