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Ginger is a particularly powerful part of many people’s diets, namely because it provides a unique flavor and a diverse range of health benefits. When it comes to whooping cough and the respiratory system, ginger acts as an expectorant, helping to expel the excess phlegm and mucus, which is where bacteria can lodge and spread. Gingerol, the active ingredient in ginger, is also a powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant compound, in addition to boosting the immune system with its antibacterial properties. Ginger juice and raw honey mixed together is a popular way to boost your ginger intake. Protection Status
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