How Ginger Tea Helps To Relieve Menstrual Cramps

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How Ginger Tea Helps To Relieve Menstrual Cramps

Menstrual cramps are the severe pain in the lower abdomen area which almost every woman experiences. The menstrual cramps occur either prior or during the menstrual period. The pain sometimes extends throughout the cycle or may last up to the second day. However, the uneasiness and discomfort experienced due to this pain are very annoying. During the period days, the pelvic area gets congested restricting the blood flow hence, intake of essential drinks can help to increase the blood flow reducing the menstrual cramps.

Ginger tea is best known to reduce the menstrual cramps due to its anti-inflammatory property. The presence of substances gingerols and shagaols also help in easing the stomach. Therefore, ginger tea proves best as a natural remedy to treat severe menstrual cramps. The ginger tea is also used to treat gastric issues and nausea. Therefore, to prepare a ginger tea you need ginger slices (to make it full two spoons) and a cup of hot water.

How To Prepare Ginger Tea:

You need to take ginger root and cut it into slices. Remember to take two spoons full of ginger slices for 1 cup of water. Take a pan filled with a cup of water and add to it two spoons of ginger slices. Boil the mixture and then simmer the stove or induction. Let it be on heat for about 45 minutes to 1 hour. After the perfect blend, strain the mixture and extract tea to drink.

Important Tip:

Ginger generally do not cause any side effects, however, overdoing the same can cause you irritation and heartburn. Therefore, it is safe to consume ginger tea for menstrual cramps but in the certain limit. In a limit, the consumption of ginger tea can be made twice in a day. However, if you are suffering from any medical issue, take a consultation with your doctor before opting for any natural remedy.

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