Five reasons why drinking gin can actually be good for you
G&T anyone? Yes please, especially when we read these 5 top reasons why drinking gin is good for you!
"Before we dive into the gloriously unexpected benefits of everyone’s favourite juniper juice, a little disclaimer; gin will always be alcohol, and too much alcohol will, of course, always come with its repercussions.
But on the upside, gin in moderation actually errs on the healthier side of drinking. Comparatively speaking, at least.
Thanks to its natural base ingredients - juniper, sage, coriander, nutmeg, rosemary - a glass of Mother’s Ruin comes packed with fruity antioxidants and herbal benefits that could power each glass with some rather healthy rewards.
Thought you loved gin? Prepare to renew your vows.
1. It can help to ease aching joints
If you suffer from joint problems, a little gin could help. Arthritis sufferers have long been known to eat gin-soaked raisins to help reduce inflammation. As the folk remedy goes; soak a handful of golden raisins in a bowl of gin, let it evaporate, and then eat up to nine raisins a day. Though there are no official studies to conclusively prove it works beyond placebo-effect, the anecdotal evidence is fairly compelling.
Next up at number 2 is that it could fend off illness. Get the lowdown here.
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