Herbal Drink boosted Bali immune
Sunday, 10 May 2020 07:09
Herbal Drink boosted Bali immune now and seems to be unaffected by the Corona virus and start to recovering slowly. More and more people claimed that Bali seems to be building up herd immunity system and the Indonesian herbal drink Jamu (turmeric, ginger and tamarind) believed to boost the immune system, especially in time of the COVID-19 pandemic, jamu is a well-preserved cultural heritage. (JP/Zul Trio Anggono)Not many people are aware that April 18 is celebrated annually as International Day of Monuments and Sites, popularly known as World Heritage Day. The observance began in the early 1980s, driven by two large cultural organizations, the International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).Revered in Indonesia for it’s medicinal superpowers, Jamu is slowly becoming a fixture on the health scene in the Western World. In a comprehensive list of the health benefits of Jamu and all enjoyed a glass of the nutritional beverage. But it’s not just the ingredients that make Jamu the healing superpower it is. Balinese know that the medicinal effects aren’t generated from the herbs and ingredients alone. The compound is created by indigenous Bali healers in which they incorporate prayers, and rituals and believe in dispensing it on auspicious dates to increase the healing power of Jamu. It’s also being produced more commercially now with many companies selling it in local restaurants and grocery stores. Local brand, Paon Jamu makes an array of varieties which help to improve body circulation, protect your immune system, lower blood and cholesterol levels, amongst many other health benefits.
Ginger keeps us warm. Curcuma is good for stamina. Turmeric is good for digestion, so it can be consumed for weight loss. It is also good to increase the blood flow during menstruation,” Supriyanto said. The village’s fame drew the attention of Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo, who stopped by for a visit on Saturday morning, using the opportunity to see the jamu-making process.
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