GINGER

Ginger contains dozens of potent inflammation fighting substances known, these are phytonutrients called gingerols. There are around four hundred chemically active ingredients in Ginger & the resurgence of research into it is showing an increasing number of benefits. Traditionally it has been used for digestive complaints. It may protect the stomach from developing ulcers and is very effective against a range of parasites. Studies have shown that ginger may be helpful for headache & nausea. It also warms the body and therefore may help to fight a fever.

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Ginger has been cultivated in India and China before historical records began. The earliest medical books of both of these countries, discuss ginger both fresh and dried variety in many ways in great detail.It contains dozens of the most potent inflammation fighting substances known, these are phytonutrients called gingerols Japanese researchers writing in the Journal of Medicinal Food state that red ginger is used in Indonesian traditional medicine as a painkiller for arthritis. Many studies over the years have substantiated this fact.There are around four hundred chemically active ingredients in Ginger & the resurgence of research into it is showing an increasing number of benefits. Traditionally it has been used for digestive complaints.

 

It may protect the stomach from developing ulcers and is very effective against a range of parasites. Studies have shown that ginger may be helpful for headache & nausea. It also warms the body and therefore may help to fight a fever

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