GINGER TEA BENEFITS TO PREGNANT WOMEN

Ginger is used as an herbal remedy. In this article, Kentary want to introduce you to the benefits of ginger tea to pregnant women. Ginger is frequently used for morning sickness, motion sickness, upset stomach, or vomiting. Ginger as part of the diet is not known to pose any problems related to pregnancy or breastfeeding.

Ginger is used as an herbal remedy. In this article, Kentary want to introduce you to the benefits of ginger tea to pregnant women. Ginger is frequently used for morning sickness, motion sickness, upset stomach, or vomiting. Ginger as part of the diet is not known to pose any problems related to pregnancy or breastfeeding.

1. Possible benefits of ginger tea in to pregnant women

Up to 80% of women experience nausea and vomiting, also known as morning sickness, in their first trimester of pregnancy.

Fortunately, ginger root contains a variety of plant compounds that may help with some of the discomforts of pregnancy.

Specifically, two types of compounds in ginger — gingerols and shogaols — are thought to act on receptors in the digestive system and speed stomach emptying, which in turn may help reduce feelings of nausea.

Gingerols are present in large amounts in raw ginger, while shogaols are more abundant in dried ginger.

This means that ginger tea made from either fresh or dried ginger may contain compounds with anti-nausea effects and be suitable for treating nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.

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Ginger tea may help with some of the discomforts of pregnancy – image collected

What’s more, ginger has been shown to help relieve pain from uterine cramping, which many pregnant women experience in the first trimester.

2. Benefit of ginger tea for morning sickness in pregnant women

One study in 67 pregnant women found that those who consumed 1,000 mg of ginger in capsule form daily for 4 days experienced significantly less nausea and vomiting episodes than those who received a placebo.

Additionally, an analysis of six studies found that women who took ginger in early pregnancy were five times more likely to experience improvements in nausea and vomiting than those who took a placebo.

These collective results suggest that ginger tea may help women with morning sickness, especially during the first trimester.

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ginger tea may help women with morning sickness – Kentary image

3. How to make ginger tea for pregnant women

– Wash the part of the ginger root you’ll be using.

– Use a zester to grate 1/2 teaspoon of ginger.

– Boil 4 cups of water on the stove.

– Add the ginger once the water is boiling.

– Remove the ginger water from the heat and let the ginger steep in the water for 10 minutes.

– Strain the ginger pieces from the water and discard the ginger.

– Drink ginger water hot or cold.

– Ginger water is delicious with a teaspoon or less of added honey or lemon juice, but don’t go overboard with added sweeteners. If you think you’d like to drink ginger water every day, you can make a bulk batch and keep it handy in the refrigerator.

You can also use ginger powder or honey ginger to make delicious ginger tea and save time!

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You can also use ginger powder or honey ginger to make delicious ginger tea – Kentary image

Sources: healthline, mothertobaby

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