Ginger has long been considered a cure-all. This wonder spice relieves nausea, is anti-inflammatory, prevents cancer, controls blood sugar, and relieves period cramp pain, according to studies. That's just the tip!
This natural spice has many uses. Ginger tea is one way to get your daily dose (with a little lemon and honey to offset the zing). First, let's get to know this herbaceous plant and its benefits.
Ginger is a traditional herbal medicine.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) is related to cardamom and turmeric. It gives foods a pungent flavour and has been used as herbal medicine to treat colds to cancer.
Anti-who? "Antiemetic" prevents vomiting. Ginger is known for relieving nausea and vomiting.
Inflammation is one way our immune system combats threats. Allergic diseases include asthma. NSAIDs treat inflammatory conditions like arthritis in high doses.
Ginger is anti-inflammatory
Ginger's anti-tumor effect helps colorectal cancer. Gingerols, shogaol, and paradols prevent cancer by activating and inactivating molecular pathways.