Ginger – The Herbal remedy.

Ginger

Ginger (Zingiber officinale), can be used in so many different ways
from transforming digestive and bowel issues, to clearing poisons,
to heating the body, to improving the circulation, to preventing
heart disease and removing inflammation and pain; it does it all!

Originally from Southeastern Asia, ginger is mentioned positively
in ancient Chinese, Indian and Middle Eastern writings.

Traditional use and scientific research confirm that ginger:

Is a digestive tonic par excellence

Relieves the symptoms of nausea and motion sickness

Improves the circulation

Brings warmth to cold hands and feet

Protects the immune system

Prevents colds, flu, bugs and viruses

Soothes symptoms of over-indulgence

Decreases joint pain

Improves joint mobility

Supports flexibility

Breaks down acidic foods such as meat

Assists normal digestive processes

Stimulates the circulatory system

Supports normal blood pressure and cholesterol levels by reducing
the stickiness of blood platelets, therefore lowering your risk of
atherosclerosis

Helps to create healthy heart function

Has been shown to kill ovarian cancer cells by inducing apoptosis
(programmed cell death)

Do you have poor circulation, feel the cold or travel long
distances?

Then ginger could be your new best friend. Take it in powdered
form, grate it into tea while fasting, add to meals or simply eat
it raw! Aromatic, pungent, culinary, medicinal and spicy, ginger
adds a special flavor and zest. The great news is that fresh ginger
root (the underground rhizome part) is available year round.

Sweet & Spice & everything nice

Ginger has a long tradition of alleviating symptoms of
gastrointestinal distress and is regarded as an excellent
carminative (a substance which promotes the elimination of
intestinal gas) and intestinal spasmolytic (a substance which
relaxes and soothes the intestinal tract). Ginger has been shown to
be far superior to Dramamine (the commonly used over-the-counter
drug for motion sickness), in studies as it reduces all symptoms
associated with motion sickness including dizziness, nausea,
vomiting, and cold sweating. Chinese herbal medicine considers
ginger to have a moderating or detoxifying effect on other more
harsh herbs which is why it is found as a component of many
different Chinese herbal formulas.

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