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This is Ginger.

Benefits

1. Immune system

2. Heart health

3. Anti-parasitic

4. Cancer

5. Infections

Description

Ginger is most commonly used for stomachaches and to aid with digestion.

It increases the release of bile and digestive enzymes which helps you better break down your food.

It’s also anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, which is useful for overgrowth and infections of the GI tract.

Ginger is also commonly used for nausea and it’s even useful for relieving gas or headaches.

Ginger also enhances circulation around the body and for women, the reproductive organs. Some studies also show that ginger has the ability to destroy cancer cells.

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Research

Stomachache Relief

Influence of a Specific Ginger Combination on Gastropathy Conditions in Patients with Osteoarthritis of the Knee or Hip

Drozdov, V., Kim, V.A., Tkachenko, E., et al., The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 2012

Aids Digestion

Effect of Ginger (Zingiber officinale) on Performance and Blood Serum Parameters of Broiler

Mohamed, A.B., Al-Rubaee, M., Jalil, A., International Journal of Poultry Science, 2012

Increases Release of Digestive Enzymes

Influence of dietary spices on their active principles on digestive enzymes of small intestinal mucosa in rats

Platel, K., Srinivasan, K., International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 1996

Reduces Cancer Cells

The Inhibitory Effect of Ginger Extract on Ovarian Cancer Cell Line; Application of Systems Biology

Pashaei-Asl, R., Pashaei-Asl, F., Gharabaghi, P., Khodadadi, K., et al., Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 2017

Release of Bile

Cholagogic effect of ginger and its active constituents

Yamahara, J., Miki, K., Chisaka, T., Sawada, T., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1985

Relieves Gas

Effect of Ginger on Lower Esophageal Sphincter Pressure

Lohsiriwat, S., Rukkiat, M., Chaikomin, R., Leelakusolvong, S., Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand, 2010

Anti-Bacterial

Enhances Circulation

Ginger and Its Constituents: Role in Prevention and Treatment of Gastrointestinal Cancer

Prasad, S., Tyagi, A., Gastroenterology and Practice, 2015

Anti-Fungal

Survey of the Antibiofilm and Antimicrobial Effects of Zingiber officinale (in Vitro Study)

Aghazadeh, M., Bialvaei, A.Z., Aghazadeh, M., Kabiri, F., et al., Jundishapur Journal of Microbiology, 2016

Headache Relief

Comparison Between the Efficacy of Ginger and Sumatriptan in the Ablative Treatment of the Common Migraine

Maghbooli, M., Farhad, G., Alireza, M.E., Mehran, Y., Phytotherapy Research, 2014

Found In

Colon Formula

Liver & Digestive Tea

Cystic Acne Formula

Reproductive Formula

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