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What's the missing element to a "good" night's sleep?


So today we'll finish this topic with a way to help relieve a night of our "heart" and/or "mind" racing.


Okay . . . so the other day we spoke about a malfunctioning "liver" being the reason we have problems sleeping.


Meaning . . . "not" able to flush out toxins and a "bad" bacterial overgrowth.


Well . . . one of my favorite little spices can help that process to get you some well needed sleep.


And that would be the spice called . . . "ginger"


You see . . . "ginger root" contains powerful compounds like "gingerols" and "shogaols" which help "inhibit" inflammation and protect against cellular damage.


And this all supports the "liver".


Now . . . I've spoken about the healing benefits of "ginger" many times before . . .


And this is just one more of its "medicinal" wonders.


"Ginger" is an excellent "anti-bacterial" and "antifungal" that has the ability to get rid of a "bad" bacterial overgrowth infection lurking deep within us.


Right there . . . we're ahead of the game . . . because as I stated a few days ago . . . "bad" bacteria "debilitates" the "liver" and without the "liver" functioning properly . . . we will experience "heart palpitations" and a "racing mind" at night.


Now . . . "ginger" can also influence "serotonin" levels and treat and reduce "anxiety".


And as we know from previous Health tips . . . increasing "serotonin and dopamine" levels in the gut and brain can reduce "inflammation" which is the cause of depression and "insomnia".


So when "ginger" balances "serotonin" and the "liver" . . . sleep now falls into place.


So try staying "hydrated" with lots of "water" throughout the day and some "ginger" at night if you can't sleep.


All you need is a little ground ginger.


Sprinkle about a nickel size amount of "ginger" in the palm of your hand . . . then lick it off. Swish in your mouth and swallow . . .


Simple as that . . .


But remember . . . as always, talk to your own healthcare provider before using any new spices or alternative method for your health. Ginger can lower blood pressure . . . therefore . . . if you're taking a blood pressure medication . . . PLEASE . . . consult your own healthcare provider first.


Next week . . . we'll be talking about a "hidden" danger that's destroying our health


Have a great weekend and see you a Monday. Stay safe and be "mindful"


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