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Medicinal uses of Dry Ginger

Dry ginger

One of the ancestral vows is that there is no supernatural medicine than Sukku and no supernatural God than Subramaniam. If you have dry ginger with you, there is no disease that exists. Ginger in the morning, Dry ginger in the afternoon, Terminalia chebula at night, if you add these three in some way every day, the disease will not come close to us.

After the ginger has dried well, without its juice in it called Sukku. It does not spoil so easily. But it also has all the health benefits you need. Sukku will make any kind of food digestible. Breaks down toxins in the body. Cleanses the intestines and esophagus.

Medicinal benefits of Dry Ginger

Cure Arthritis
Grind Dry ginger with little milk and boil it. Cooldown until slightly hot. Apply this milk to the pain area to cure arthritis pain. 

Cure bile issues

Make a dry ginger powder and mix it with a little lemon juice and drink it to clear the bile issues in the body.

Expelling mucus

Make a tea with Dry ginger, pepper, Coriander, Cloves, Alpinia officinarum,(Cittarattai) and drink frequently, this will expel even if the severe cold within three days.

Gas trouble will go away

Eat a little bit of dry ginger with betel leaf to resolve the gastric problems.

Relieve headaches

Add a little water to the dry ginger and grind it like a paste and rub it on the forehead to get rid of the headache.

Gives energy to the body

Mix dry ginger, black pepper, and palm sugar and make  "dry ginger water" drink this water to relieve ailments, fatigue, and agility.

Alcohol intoxication will be clear

Make a paste with dry ginger and Coriander seeds and eat to remove intoxication caused by drinking too much alcohol and it will make a return to normal within some time.

Allergy is cured

Make a powder of dry ginger along with fenugreek seeds and mix it with honey. Eat this to cure allergies.

Relieves vomiting and nausea

If you chew dry ginger with a little basil leaf, the persistent vomiting and nausea will stop. Add dry ginger, pepper, and lime and grind to a fine paste and apply to the throat area. This will cure a sore throat. The natural voice will return back. 

Curing constipation

If you take a little dry ginger and grind it with a small onion and eat, the harmful germs that have accumulated in the rectum will be destroyed. This will cure constipation. Hemorrhoids can be cured by making a tea with coriander, dry ginger, and drink.

Curing toxins

If you are bitten by a scorpion or a centipede, you can chew a little dry ginger, five peppercorns, a betel leaf and drink a tumbler of water to avoid the poison.

Relieves headaches and coughs

Hiccups will stop if eaten dry ginger with jagger. It can be taken as a decoction to relieve cough and increase appetite. Boiled milk with dry ginger can cure headaches.

Cure Morning sickness, nausea

Dry ginger is used as an obstetrician. Vomiting and nausea will go away if you eat dry ginger and ginger at the right time. Put two teaspoons of dry ginger powder in half a liter of water and boil it till it becomes a quarter-liter. Drink six teaspoons of this water three times a day to cure stomach pain, Obesity, diarrhea, nausea, loss of taste. 

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