Recognized by Asians since the first century as a medicinal plant with rapid effects on rheumatic and digestive problems, ginger is now being studied in well-known laboratories by European doctors. When it was discovered, ginger root was used as an anti-inflammatory and anti-vomiting agent. The specialists specify that for thousands of years the ginger was given, in particular, to patients with rheumatoid arthritis. His anti-inflammatory action has successfully recommended him to this category of patients. Phytotherapists have found that, unlike allopathic drugs, ginger relieves this category of patients from the side effects of long-term drugs - especially stomach ulcers.Research continues in this regard, to prove how it can neutralize the plant inflammatory acids in the joints. Homeopathic specialists have come to the conclusion that ginger can remove the nausea due to various car, plane and steam trips.
Another study has shown the effects of the plant, after surgery, which require general anesthesia. A test performed on a batch of 30 women who underwent general anesthesia during gynecological interventions demonstrated its strong effects in controlling vomiting. The group of women was divided into two groups: the first group was given a well-known drug to combat this condition, and the second group received ginger in the form of capsules. It has been shown that in women who were tested with ginger, the symptoms of nausea were bearable and the patients recovered fairly quickly without further stomach therapy. Ginger root tea has also proven effective in treating cancer patients who have undergone chemotherapy. That is why it is also studied for its anticancer properties. Regarding the "moving" weights, the plant gave excellent results in an impressive percentage - over 90 percent in the people who tested it. Besides removing nausea, ginger also helps those with dizziness and dizziness. The daily dose prescribed by the doctor in such situations was 2-4 capsules or in the form of tea.
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March 22, 2007