Ginger, surprisingly more than just a spice

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Ginger has always been an ancient remedy!


An ancient herbal remedy well known to man for millennia! It’s a well-known fact that ginger calms upset stomachs! And it also has a lot more to add to the list!

Ginger has a variety of medicinal and traditional uses.

As a tea to treat asthma, hysteria, colds, coughs and flu.

It is used to treat malaria and by women during painful menstruation.

Ginger may help reduce blood pressure levels and enhance arousal and sexual function in both men and women.

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 Ginger has been known for a variety of powerful therapeutic and preventive effects.
Ginger has been used for thousands of years for the treatment of hundreds of ailments from colds to cancer. Like many medicinal herbs, much of the information has been handed down by word of mouth with little scientific evidence.
However, recent scientific investigations have focused on the mechanisms of ginger. Go to the link,-(Sections 7.6.1 through 7.6.5,) the evidence for the effectiveness of ginger as an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory agent, antinausea compound, and anticancer agent as well as the protective effect of ginger against other disease conditions are documented. Read more about Ginger… (The Amazing and Mighty Ginger – Herbal Medicine – NCBI Bookshelf (


Ginger is not just a condiment, but also has been used for thousands of years as a medicinal herb to treat a variety of ailments. Analyses have revealed that ginger’s effective as an antinausea agent and as a possible colon cancer-preventing compound.

Research data indicate that ginger and its constituents accumulate in the gastrointestinal tract, which supports Ginger acts to alleviate the vomiting and nausea associated with pregnancy, chemotherapy, and some types of surgery. The clinical data undoubtedly indicate that ginger is at least as effective, and may be better, than vitamin B6 in treating these symptoms. Again, mechanisms are lacking, but no reports indicate that ginger has any adverse side effects or that it can worsen illness in pregnant women or patients.

In summary, ginger has been reported to possess diverse pharmacological properties, although its specific biological targets are largely unknown and remain to be determined. However, in spite of the lack of specific mechanistic information, use of ginger appears to be safe and its effects are mighty and amazing in its many application

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