Did you know you can keep ginger in your freezer? So there’s every reason to always have some at home!
Ginger has broad-spectrum antibacterial, antiviral, and antioxidant, properties. It is also anti-inflammatory (like many natural plant compounds), making it valuable for pain relief for joint pain, menstrual pain, and headaches.
This powerful herb shows promise for fighting cancer, diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, asthma, bacterial and fungal infections. What’s more, ginger is a thermogenic substance with beneficial impacts on metabolism and fat storage
- 4 cups sliced pineapple (approximately 2 cups/1¼ pounds)
- 5 sprigs mint
- 8 round slices ginger (smashed)
- Place the pineapple, sprigs mint and ginger slices in a jug (pitcher)
- For still infused water, add 2 litres (2 quarts) of water
- For sparkling water, add 1 litre (1 quart) of sparkling during prep and a second just before serving
- Refrigerate 2 to 4 hours to allow the ingredients to infuse
- Stir well and strain, discarding the solids
- For serving, add fresh pineapple, mint and ginger for garnish and plenty of ice.