3 Wellness Shots You Should Know About

Shots without the hangover! Need to give your body a health boost? Look no further! Zagline is here to give you the inside scoop on one of the quickest ways to upgrade your health game.  Wellness shots provide large benefits with the same burning sensation as your typical alcohol-based shot.  Feeling under the weather? Take a shot!

Ginger – Boost Your Immune System

There is a long history of ginger consumption specifically in Chinese and Indian cultures. Ginger has been used in the past 47,000 years to treat the body. The small root contains 115 different compounds, but gingerol is by far the most beneficial. The compound is known to boost digestion and the immune system. Moreover, the root warms the body which you distinctly feel in the back of your neck during consumption. It helps soothes the muscles in your gut to help remove food from the digestive tract.
Furthermore, it helps clean up the lymphatic system, a network of tissues and organs that help rid the body of toxins. The main purpose of the system is to transport white blood cells throughout the body.

Aloe – Soothe Digestion 

Aloe is thought to have originated in Sudan however, this plant now grows nationwide. The plant can be broken down into two individual substances, the gel which is obtained from the center of the leaf and the latex which is extracted from the cells underneath the leaf. Somewhat surprising, aloe latex is used to naturally treat depression.

The gel which is popularly used to help treat wounds and soothe rashes. Additionally, it can be used to treat osteoarthritis, bowel disease, fever, and inflammation. Consumption of this plant can is also known to help soothe digestion. Try incorporating this plant into your drinks by diluting it with some water.

Wheatgrass – Anti-Inflammatory

The greenest of all shots. Wheatgrass has a number of great benefits from its high concentration of vitamin C and E to its anti-inflammatory properties. It’s known as a “superfood”, as it contains 98 of the 102 earth elements found in soil. The most beneficial element in wheatgrass is chlorophyll, which is what gives wheatgrass its iconic green color. Moreover, digestion of this plant has been known to help treat cases of Ulcerative Colitis, a disease known to affect the rectum and colon. Although there are a variety of different ways to prepare wheatgrass, the most nutritious is in shot form. Be sure to avoid this shot if you have an allergic reaction to grass.