Ginger the Super Food

We all know ginger as probably just another essential ingredient to many Asian dishes. Ginger, a very widely used ingredient has many incredible health benefits to go along with its aromatic, spicy, pungent taste. Ginger is an essential and easy accessible ingredient. Ginger has been for many years used as a way to alleviate symptoms of gastrointestinal distress. It helps to alleviate, and rid excess intestinal gases. It is known as a intestinal spasmolytic, which helps to relax and soothe your intestinal track. Ginger also helps in inhibiting inflammation to occur in your body. More gastrointestinal benefits of ginger, is its ability to help relieve symptoms of motion sickness, along with seasickness as well. In a study courtesy of ginger has been shown to reduce the symptoms of motion sickness, and sea sickness better than a widely prescribed over the counter medicine,Dramamine. Ginger reduces many symptoms of motion sickness, and sea sickness like, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, and cold sweats. Pregnant women can also use ginger to relieve vomiting, as it is safe and cannot cause any birth defects like many medicines do. Containing large amounts of gingerol, a very effective anti inflammatory, ginger is loaded with this chemical which can keep you feeling good.Ginger is a largely encouraged food in the diets of those with osteoarthritis, and rheumatoid arthritis, but it has to be consumed regularly. Ginger also helps to jump start your digestive juices allowing you the trouble of not becoming constipated, and feel sick, or bloated. It also helps your body in the absorption of important and essential nutrients. Ginger can also be used to help clear out those pesky annoying stuffy noses you get when you are sick, as it can help you clear out your sinuses. It has many immunity boost as well. It can help with healthy sweating, good for when you have a cold or are experiencing flu like symptoms, which can help speed up detoxification, an kick those toxins, and other bad chemicals in your body to the curb.If you put ginger in tea or other hot beverages while sick, it can help to relieve soar throats, as well as reduce throat, and nasal congestion. It is a potent germ fighting agent, and can help fight off infections. The best thing about ginger is that is is so highly concentrated in all of these health kickstarting chemicals, molecules, et


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