MYO Ginger Ale Recipe for Pain & Inflammation

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Ginger is wonderful to reduce inflammation and also has analgesic properties. Since it’s rich in potassium and manganese it also helps the heart & circulatory system. This is my go-to homemade drink of choice when my joints ache.myo-ginger-ale-recipe-for-pain-inflammation

Ginger Ale Recipe for Pain

1 cup peeled, finely chopped Fresh ginger root
2 cups purified water
raw honey to taste (here)
sparkling water
1 lime, juiced
Lime wedges for garnish

In a small saucepan, boil the water, then add the chopped ginger, reduce heat to low, simmer 5 minutes.

Shut off the heat, strain.

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To serve, combine 1 part ginger syrup to 3 parts sparkling water and serve over ice. Sweeten to taste with raw honey (or raw stevia) and some lime juice. Enjoy!

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2 Comments

  1. I love Ginger Ale and anything ginger. I experimented with fermenting it using Caldwell’s Vegetable Starter for the probiotics. It turned out excellent.

    I’ve been looking at Caribbean Ginger Beer recipes (like Root Beer) because I had the stuff when I was an exchange student in the West Indies back in the 90s. The bottled stuff is just syrupy which I want to avoid, and I can’t find a “diet version.” Would you have any ideas on how to do this?

    • thanks for this recipe! I hope it will help me to cope with a headache! I really love recipes and ideas like this one.

      Ginger is used for the prevention and treatment of various colds, because it stimulates expectoration, it fights pathogenic bacteria perfectly, has anti-inflammatory and soothing effect, and also strengthens the immune system.

      I don’t know if you realize but due to its ability to fight parasites, ginger is also used to kill worms within the body too.

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