Ginger with honey






Ginger (Zingiber officinale) with honey is an effective tonic that relieves and cures various health problems, from car sickness to cancer

Ginger with honey is a very popular tonic mixture in traditional Indian medicine (AyurvedaBoth honey and ginger are natural products that have extraordinary beneficial therapeutic effects.

When combined, because they potentiate each other's beneficial effects, the two natural ingredients result in a side-effect-free remedy that is highly effective in treating and preventing many conditions.

A remarkable history

Combinations and associations between apiculture products and certain herbs, spices, fruits and other natural substances have been used for centuries in both general oriental and Ayurvedic medicine. Modern research has shown the effectiveness of these combinations and associations for nutritional, preventive and curative purposes.

Known for more than 7,000 years - a date from which some cave paintings in Spain date, showing that man discovered honey and practised beekeeping - honey has been and remains a food-miracle known and cherished in all civilizations and cultures of mankind.

In ancient times it was offered as an offering to the gods and used as currency. Honey is a symbol of love and according to Greek myths, the god Eros dipped his arrow in honey.


Honey contains vitamins B2, B3, B5, B6 and B9, C, D and PP, as well as the minerals iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium and zinc. Honey also contains small amounts of beryllium, gallium, vanadium, zirconium, titanium, nickel, tin and silver, very close to the body's needs. The acidity factor of bee honey is between 3.2 and 4.5, making it impossible for bacteria to thrive in honey. The nutritional richness of bee honey comes from its exceptional enzyme and amino acid content, the proportion of which varies according to the type of honey, the region and the type of flora from which it was harvested.

Ginger is a natural antibiotic, its composition includesno less than 500 active substances, including a significant amount of vitamins such as B1, B2, B3 and B6, A, C, E, tocopherol, ascorbic acid, but also minerals such as calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, silicon, potassium and zinc.

The multiple properties of ginger root, including being anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer, have led to its successful use in various natural treatments that have yielded amazing results even in cases where conventional medicine says nothing can be done.

A blend with remarkable benefits

The honey and ginger root mixture is especially famous for treating respiratory and digestive problems effectively and quickly. In addition to its powerful antibiotic effects, this very tasty, sweet and spicy mixture acts as a broad-spectrum antibacterial, antiviral and antiparasitic. It is a rich source of antioxidants and is a valuable analgesic.

Nausea and vomiting, including car sickness or airplane sickness, can be very easily relieved by eating ginger with honey. Muscle aches and strains can be soothed by eating ginger root with honey, as well as applying compresses to the affected area.

If we're dealing with a cold, flu or a stomach bug, ginger with honey - an excellent expectorant - can help us quickly eliminate the symptoms of seasonal illnesses and heal faster. This natural treatment, thanks to the carminative properties of ginger, also helps to eliminate abdominal pain caused by the accumulation of gas in the intestines.

One tablespoon of this mixture can be taken after each meal to improve digestion. When this simple mixture is used by women before the onset of menstruation, ginger with honey is effective in eliminating menstrual pain, due to the antispasmodic properties of ginger root.

However, it is not recommended to be taken by women even during menstruation, because due to its emmenagogue effect it can amplify menstrual bleeding. Pregnant women can consume this mixture in moderation and it can even be of real help in reducing digestive symptoms during pregnancy, such as vomiting or nausea.

The list is just beginning: this valuable blend is used to treat various conditions such as: chronic cough, sinusitis, bronchitis, fever, respiratory congestion, bronchial asthma. It is soothing for sore throats (tonsillitis, pharyngitis, hoarseness) and abdominal pain. Treats indigestion, constipation and bloating, liver diseases, promotes bile secretion and bladder mobility.

Helps on a case-by-case basis with eye problems such as cataracts. It is also an adjuvant in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases such as hypertension, hypercholesterolaemia, atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction and in diseases of the neuropsychic system such as headache, migraine, depression, memory disorders, agitation.

The combination of honey and ginger is sedative and calming. It boosts immunity and in addition has a beautifying effect on skin, nails, hair and teeth. Increases vitality and has an aphrodisiac effect.

Properties of ginger root

Eating ginger has a strong anti-cancer effect. This seemingly very simple mixture has given amazing results in various types of cancer. Various studies have shown that honey combined with fresh ginger has a tumour shrinking effect through two distinct actions: through apoptosis (programmed cell death), a therapeutic action that causes cancer cells to 'commit suicide' and self-destruct, leaving surrounding healthy cells untouched, and through autophagy, an action whereby ginger and honey cause cancer cells to 'consume' each other.

In addition to its anti-cancer properties, ginger also has anti-inflammatory properties, preventing the formation of pre-cancerous tumours, and is a rich source of antioxidants. For cancer sufferers, this exceptional blend has another beneficial effect: it relieves the nausea and vomiting that are caused by the side effects of various drugs, as well as radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

An impressive testimony

The case of Croatian Ante Kresich has stunned the medical world. Diagnosed in 2001 with one of the most dangerous types of cancer - lung cancer - he was told by doctors that he did not have long to live. Croatian Kresich has managed to make a complete recovery and is convinced that using this mixture of honey and ginger as a remedy will cure his cancer.has restored health, which is whatthen popularized this very valuable natural remedy in various TV shows and on the internet. "I left the hospital in April, and by summer I was already an almost healthy man. When II went for a consultation, my doctors couldn't believe I was still alive. Thanks to the honey and ginger, the lung cancer has completely disappeared and the test results showed only insignificant traces of the disease," he testified.

Today healthy and full of energy, Ante has a new hobby: beekeeping. "Many beings with health problems have come to me and I've-I have always told my story honestly, with all the agony I had to go through, and how II healed. My example gives many people hope," says the Croatian, who believes it is his duty to help others heal now.

Another telling example

Another telling case is that of a Bosnian woman who was diagnosed with endocrine cancer and spent 20 days in hospital in the intensive care unit. No one thought she would stay alive.

However, after hearing about Ante's case, she started using ginger combined with honey and after only a few days she started to regain her vitality, without chemotherapy, without other classical methods, today she is healthier than ever.


To make this simple and highly effective mixture at home, all you need is fresh ginger root and natural honey. Two large ginger roots (weighing about 500 g in total) are peeled and grated on a small grater.

The grated ginger is then placed in thea large glass jar and pour about 500 g of honey over it.

Then mix with a wooden spoon until the two ingredients are blended together to form a perfectly smooth mixture. Take 1 tablespoon each of ginger with 3-4 times a day.

This natural treatment should be continued persistently for as long as possible to stabilise its therapeutic effects.

The extraordinary therapeutic effects of this mixture are greatly diminished if this product is prepared thermally, in the form of tea for example, by heating honey andthey boiled the ginger.

So the ingredients should only be combined at room temperature to produce a mixture that has the indicated beneficial effects.