Ginger has been around for ages and it still remains one of the most delicious spices in this day. Not only does ginger taste great, but its health benefits are endless!

It can be used to calm seasickness or pregnancy-related nausea by itself as well as with other ingredients such like turmeric root powder (a powerful antiinflamatory).

Ginger is a pretty popular spice used to treat stomach issues, but it also boasts some impressive medical benefits. For starters, ginger can help reduce pain and inflammation in people with osteoarthritis or joint discomfort caused by rheumatism- which means ginger could be just what you need if your joints are giving out on account of old age!

Ginger has even shown promise as both an effective menstrual cycle aid similar effects as ibuprofen (in females). Ginger is perfect for people who suffer from indigestion as well.

It is a great spice that offers many health benefits and it’s easy to grow. You can add it into your tea, recipes or as an herbal remedy for ailments like sore throats. The good news is that you can easily grow an endless supply of it indoors.

Growing your own ginger from seed is easy, and there are a few things you’ll need. First off make sure that the potting soil is rich enough for root growth. Second, use a pot that is wide and shallow. This is very important because ginger roots grow horizontally.

You will never regret growing your own ginger, the taste is always better than store bought! Follow these simple steps:

  1. Soak the ginger root overnight.
  2. Fill your pot with the soil and put your ginger root in it with the eye buds pointing up. Cover the roots with 1-2 inches of soil.
  3. Water well.
  4. Place the pot in a warm area that is shaded from the sun.
  5. Keep the pot moist with a spray bottle. Ginger will grow slowly, and it will take several weeks before you see shoots.

Ginger is the perfect thing to grow inside because it requires little maintenance. In addition, when you cut off a bit for use all of it will keep on growing!