Ginger Juice for the Scalp

I have used ginger topically on the scalp, it kills the itch very effectively.

It also works great on facial acne (zits) it dries them up, killing the bacteria.

Ginger applied topically is a TCM (traditional chinese medicine) technique.

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I have compared brewed ginger (ginger tea) to squeezed ginger (juice) and the ginger juice works better for me.

Updated: 3/23/2011






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