Posted by: godshealingplants | April 9, 2012



Ginger is a plant that comes from southeast Asia, and is now also cultivated in Jamaica and other tropical areas. The ginger herb root is used for culinary and medicinal purposes. Ginger has been used by Chinese herbalists for more than 2,500 years as flavoring in food and also as a medicine. 


There is a wide range of benefits of ginger. It is known to have the ability to calm an upset stomach and to promote the flow of bile. Stomach cramps can be eased and circulation can also be improved. Ginger supports a healthy cardiovascular system by making platelets less sticky which in turn reduces circulatory problems. 

Ginger is often included in many herbal decongestants and can help to minimize the symptoms of respiratory conditions, colds and allergies. 

Scientists have found evidence to support ginger’s wide range of medicinal actions. These actions include the lowering of cholesterol levels (since ginger inhibits cholesterol production in the liver), relief for allergies and asthma, arthritis, colds, and nausea; and protecting the digestive tract and liver against toxins and parasites.  


Ginger can be freshly grated and used in cooking. It is also available as a supplement which can be taken on a daily bases. 

Gated ginger root mixed with diluted lime juice can help to soothe the digestive tract and reduce flatulence. It can be made into oil and used to massage areas of localized chronic pain. It can also be taken in an extract form to reduce inflammation. 


Ginger can add a wonderful zing to all types of dishes, from salads to entrees. Dishes seasoned with ginger are simply irresistible; whether in its peppery fresh form or as spicy ground powder, this root of the ginger plant may have several therapeutic properties, such as soothing the stomach and stimulating appetite. Try adding fresh ginger to your weekly stir-fry or chopped crystallized ginger to a batch of muffins or granola. The possibilities are endless. 


In additional to the many benefits it is also good to know that there are no known drug side effects. Ginger does not interact with any other nutrients or drugs in the body and ginger in all forms is very safe to take.


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This article is meant to be informational and educational regarding traditional uses of herbs for medicinal purposes and not as medical advice. Always follow up with your doctor for concerns regarding your health. The FDA approves herbs as dietary supplements only.



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