Ginger can be used to calm an upset stomach, providing relief for the relief of bloating and gas.
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Also Known As: Ginger
Ginger is a perennial plant, distinguished by the white and yellowish–greenish flowers it produces, as well as its thick and long twisting rhizoid (stem). The ginger plant is known to have originated in China, however it has since then been cultivated in many other countries, including: India, South West Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean. The plant is famous for its concentrated, spicy aroma.
Ginger has carminative properties and can be used to calm in upset stomach, providing relief for the relief of bloating and gas. The intake of ginger helps stimulate the secretion of mucus, quieting your cough and soothing any scratchiness in your throat. Ginger has been proven to treat feelings of nausea, particularly in the form of seasickness, morning sickness, motion sickness and as a side effect of chemotherapy.Ginger contains anti viral, anti toxic, and anti fungal properties, and is used for the prevention of and treatment against the common cold. Ginger acts as an antihistamine and aids in the treatment of allergies.
Ginger contains special enzymes responsible for catalyzing the proteins in your food, thus aiding in digestion and the prevention of cramps. The ancient Greeks used to eat ginger after a large meal in order to ease the digestion process. Due to its promotion of mucus secretion, ginger protects against the development of ulcers, unwanted holes in the lining of your stomach.
This fact sheet from National Center for Complementay and Alternate medicine provides basic information about ginger—common names, what the science says, potential side effects and cautions, and resources for more information.
Ginger is a tropical plant that has green–purple flowers and an aromatic underground stem (called a rhizome). It is commonly used for cooking and medicinal purposes. Historically, ginger has been used in Asian medicine to treat stomach aches, nausea, and diarrhea.
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Today, ginger is used as a folk or traditional remedy for postsurgery nausea; nausea caused by motion, chemotherapy, and pregnancy; rheumatoid arthritis; osteoarthritis; and joint and muscle pain.
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