39 Amazing Advantages of Ginger for Skin And Health Ginger is a perennial herb native to Myanmar, China and India.
Ginger is a perennial herb native to Myanmar, China and India. It is derived from the plant Zingiberofficinale. This is one of the most venerated in Ayurvedic medicine. Ginger is often referred to as the root, but in reality it is an underground stem called a rhizome. As a spice, the use of ginger is 4000 years old. Medicinal properties of ginger have been discovered some 2000 years ago.
National Library of Medicine has stated that ginger root is used worldwide for the treatment of nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, especially after surgery. It is also effective in treating nausea caused due to cancer treatments, colic, indigestion, flatulence, motion sickness and morning sickness. • Ginger is considered a “medicine cabinet” because of its various health benefits. Its potent therapeutic and preventive effects make it suitable for use in the treatment of various diseases.
Some of the medicinal uses of ginger are, • The Treatment of Respiratory Problems • Aid Digestion • Cancer • Nausea from Chemotherapy • Morning Sickness Treatment • Anti-Inflammatory • Reduction Of Pain • Relief from Menstrual Cramp • Muscle Pain Due To Exercise • Relieves Migraines
Manages Glucose Levels • Anti-Flatulence • Relief From Heartburn • Protection Against Alzheimer’s Disease • Promotes Weight Loss • Packed With Essential Oils • Lowers Cholesterol And Blood Pressure • Enhances Immunity • Manages Osteoarthritis • Strengthens The Heart
Eliminates Free Radicals • Warms The Body • Helps In Dissolving Kidney Stones • Helpful In Self-Improvement • Food Poisoning • Reduces Testicles Inflammation • Treating Cellulite • Relieves Upset Stomach • Cures Arthritis • Anti-Aging Benefits
Soothes Burns • Clears Blemishes And Acne • Treatment Of Hypopigmented Scars (White Scars) • Tones Skin • Stimulates Hair Growth • Good For Dry And Brittle Hair • Treatment Of Hair Loss • Treatment Of Split Ends • Treatment Of Dandruff
Ginger can be done in fresh and dried ginger forms for various medical resolves. It is accessible as an oil, capsules and tinctures. Ginger is commonly free of side effects. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take ginger supplements without consulting their doctor.
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