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How to make peanut and Ginger drink and its importance



2 cup of groundnut

2cup of flour

1/2tablespoon salt

half cup of sugar

grated nut milk

powered milk& egg

butter & groundnut oil


add a pinch of salt to your groundnut ,pour hot water on it and cover for about 10minutes

2) sieve water from the groundnut and put under the sun to dry

3) mix all the dry ingredients like nut milk and powder into one bowl

4) mix your egg together with butter and sugar in another bowl

5) put your groundnut in a basin and add about three to four spoon of your mixed egg , butter & sugar to it

add little flour & shake

6) keep adding gradually and shake till the groundnut is coated and ready to fry

how to make ginger drink



2) pineapple

3) lemon



1)peel ginger using a knife of spun to remove the skin( wash the ginger thoroughly)

2)then chop ginger into rough chick's,small enough to easily blend in a blender

3) add water to blend,blend until ginger is thick and pasty

4) pour the blended one into Sievers to sieve

5) pour water to a bowl add pineapple peel

6) sieve blended ginger and add lemon use cheese cloth over large bowl, squeeze out juice from the ginger and let it fall into the bowl . discard the remaining paste

7) add the boiled pineapple water to the juice,stir sugar into ginger juice until sugar has dissolved

  7) serve with ice if desired


peeling your pineapple, pour them inside a pot or boiler to boil

Note: Ginger contains more than 400 chemical compounds, but researchers believe the gingerol compounds are the ones responsible for the root’s health benefits. They’re also responsible for its smell and flavor. Gingerol has powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that can help the body in a variety of different ways.

Reduces Cancer Risk

The root might be a powerful weapon in the fight against cancer. Researchers have found evidence that gingerol (an active compound in ginger) has cancer-fighting abilities. Namely, it may help in the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal cancers. (5,13) Its high antioxidant content is likely responsible for fighting off cancer cell growth. In fact, the antioxidants in ginger may even help to slow the aging process. 

Relieves Menstrual Cramps

When it comes to period pain, ginger might actually be right up there with pain medications, like Advil (ibuprofen). Once study found that women who took 250 mg ginger capsules four times a day had the same pain relief as those who took 250 mg of mefenamic acid or 400 mg ibuprofen capsules four times per day. (15,16)

Shortening or Preventing the Common Cold

We often think of orange juice as the go-to drink for warding off a cold, but fresh ginger juice may be a better choice. The root has a warming effect, which is believed to help with cold symptoms. Drinking ginger can keep you warm, while also helping the body sweat and get rid of infections.

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