Healthcare

Ginger Leh


This New Year brings a lot of rain and chilling winds. It’s freezing here, and every house one or two members have bloating, vomiting, dizziness, or dysentery problems. The impact of freezing weather pitta dosha raises in our body that pitta aspires to come out of our body in any way that can be the vomiting or dysentery. This time in our environment, increased moisture with the chill breeze is cause for the vat dosh and cough dosh. Those people who tend to cough dosha or vat dosha may face a lot of problems like joint pain, headache, dizziness, bloating, and so on. It also work great in nausea feeling.

To protect from these all complaints, I can suggest you have Ginger Leh. Ones you start consuming one spoon of Ginger Leh daily, you will find that your weather problems are reducing, and you feel fresh. You feel more active and won’t feel sleepy. Start the preparation of making Ginger Leh.

Healthy Ginger Leh

Healthy Ginger Leh

Ingredients:

  • Ginger– 100g
  • LemonJuice – 4 tsp (1 1/2 lemon Juice)
  • Black Pepper – 1/4 tsp
  • Salt – 1/4 tsp
  • Sugar – 4 tbsp

Take Ginger washed and pilled, grind it till become soft paste. Now take a pan to add ginger paste, salt, sugar, and cook it. Stir it till it becomes thicken and add lemon juice with black pepper. Again cook it for 5 min. Your Ginger Leh is ready to serve. Even though it a medicine, it tastes excellent and refreshing. In this Ginger Leh, all the ingredients are hot by nature. Excess eating of Ginger Leh can make your stomach burn. Be careful, while eating Ginger Leh, it should have only one tsp in each meal.

Try this Ginger Leh and enjoy the winter. For the same season, that I have shared some teas in my blog, that link I am sharing here, can check 10 Teas For Raining Season. So, we should enjoy all the seasons with our friends and family. Have fun with love and care.

Note: In the full preparation, you should stir it continuously. Otherwise, it will stick to the bottom and won’t taste nice.

 Other Names:

 Aalya cha leh, Adrak ki chutney, Ginger sauce.

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