You must have noticed that people consume ginger tea in winter seasons especially during an outbreak of flu. It has anti-bacterial properties and it, therefore, makes a significant part of the immune boosting foods. Ginger as a whole is difficult to eat, but we can add it to food and enjoy its flavor as well as its benefits.
Ayurveda, one of the oldest medical systems, highly praises ginger for its immune boosting properties. It is often termed as the mighty ginger. You can add ginger paste in food, use it to garnish, or add in your tea to benefit from its immunonutrition.