Introducing Ginger Root to Baby

The little one tasted Ginger Root (8 months+) for the first time as her 84th ingredient to try. I included it in her usual lunch prep of rice, veges, meat, coconut milk, herbs and spices.
Ginger contains many essential nutrients and vitamins such as vitamin B6, vitamin B5 and vitamin C and holds a good amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, copper and magnesium. This root spice is used to treat indigestion, bloating and constipation. It heals gastric ulcers and remedies colic spasms, dyspepsia, and painful stomach aches.
Ginger is also known to minimizes nausea and motion sickness in babies effectively.
It cures the common cold and cough, and other severe respiratory problems including the whooping cough and bronchitis.
The root of the ginger plant is also known to safeguards the liver and reduce inflammation.

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