Ginger contains compounds of phenolic. This compound will help reduce digestive disorders by stimulating saliva and bile discharge.
Therefore, food and fluids are easily consumed through the GI gastrointestinal tract and reduce labor contractions.
Research has proven that ginger root and essential oils are also effective against nausea, motion sickness, and vomiting. In some cases it can also be used to reduce vomiting in pregnant women.
3. Reducing inflammation and pain:
Ginger has anti-inflammatory effects. Studies show that ginger is as effective as pain relievers such as relieving migraines, muscle pain, back pain, joint pain, and menstrual cramps.
4. Against Alzheimer’s (dementia):
Alzheimer’s is a disease related to the brain, and is common in the elderly. Ginger has the ability to suppress oxidation, chronic inflammation and factors that promote the development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Ginger root and ginger essential oil are also effective in treating malaria and yellow fever. It helps hinder the growth of viruses that make the body cold.
A report by the American Cancer Society according to an animal study suggests that ginger may be helpful in treating cancer through chemotherapy. Ginger can be helpful in lowering cholesterol levels and preventing blood clots.
7. Increase the immune system:
Daily consumption of ginger can protect against colds and flu during the winter. Drinking lemon tea with a little ginger will help you stay healthy this winter.
8. Weight loss:
Ginger promotes feelings of fullness, which means you need fewer calories and still feel full. Ginger is a good spice from nature that helps reduce appetite. In addition, ginger also helps speed up metabolism and burn fat during weight loss.
Ginger juice is believed to dissolve kidney stones
10. Hair care:
Ginger effective for hair care. Ginger juice can prevent dandruff