The so-called ginger shot is a mixture of lemon, honey and ginger that helps fight pregnancy nausea. But it's better not to abuse it, that's whyAurora Ramazzotti is pregnant with her boyfriend Goffredo Cerza: the son will be born in January Photo Video
After revealing her pregnancy via social media, Aurora Ramazzotti is grappling with the normal phases of a pregnant woman. Nausea included. And to combat these annoying sensations, the daughter of Michelle Hunziker and Eros Ramazzotti resorted to a remedy already used in the past also by Chiara Ferragni: the so-called ginger shot . – Photo | videoAurora Ramazzotti is expecting a boy and announces it like this Aurora Ramazzotti is expecting a boy and announces it like this
Aurora Ramazzotti is expecting a boy and announces it like this – guard
WHAT IS GINGER SHOT - Its name recalls that of a cocktail, but it is a natural remedy that should help reduce the feeling of pregnancy nausea and improve the immune system. The mixture of lemon, honey and ginger also helps fight colds, a purpose for which the digital entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni had also taken it.
Pregnant Aurora and the irony of mother (and grandmother) Michelle Hunziker - guard
IN THE EVENT OF PREGNANCY – Aurora, as happens to many women at the beginning of pregnancy, suffers from nausea. Among the remedies recommended in this case there is, in fact, the ginger shot . Ginger, as confirmed for example by a review of studies published in 2020 in Nutrients, has several properties: from the inhibition of nausea and vomiting, even in pregnancy, to digestive capacity, up to the anti-inflammatory action that helps the immune system. But the people who follow the influencer still recommended her to be careful: ginger could have repercussions on her pregnancy, so it shouldn't be abused.
BE CAREFUL NOT TO EXAGERATE – The guidelines of the Ministry of Health for physiological pregnancy of 2011 recognize the positive effects of ginger in reducing nausea in pregnant women, but a document, signed by Aifa and the Ministry, underlines that «given the presence of substances in ginger rhizome with mutagenic activity, the advice remains to avoid taking it» when you are pregnant. The truth, as is often the case, is probably somewhere in between.Source: oggi.it