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Ginger Benefits And Side Effects: 24 Uses Of Ginger & Who Should Never Use It ✔️

Health Benefits Of Ginger, Side Effects And
Nutrition Facts. Welcome to Natural Healing Guides, in this
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and nutrition facts. This video is divided into three parts. 1. Ginger Nutrition Facts. 2. Ginger Health Benefits. 3. Side Effects Of Eating Too Much Ginger. Please look in the description box below to
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to the channel, consider subscribing now by clicking the subscribe button and bell icon. Oh, ginger! How pungent or nauseating is the aroma of
this kitchen ingredient?. But this herbal plant has long been used for
its medicinal properties. Virtually every part of this plant has great
health benefits which most people tend to often overlook. The main aim of this video is to enlighten
you on the numerous and mostly neglected health benefits of ginger. That being said, it is important that you
carefully examine ginger before buying. The appearance of the ginger root can tell
whether it is good or not; fresh ginger is usually smooth with no spots. Nutritional facts of ginger. Ginger or known by its scientific name Zingiber
officinale, is part of the Zingiberaceae family of plants which also contains curcumin � the
basic component of turmeric. The part of the plant which is common in our
kitchens is the root. This ginger root is highly potent medicinal
herb with great benefits for human health. Ginger contains essential vitamins and minerals
as well as other vital nutrients. The major component of ginger is the antioxidant-rich
gingerol, which is the source of the herb�s nutritional properties. Other active components in ginger are paradol,
zerumbone, shogaol, flavonoids, zingerone, and terpenoids. In a 100 grams of fresh ginger you will find
79 calories, 18 grams of carbohydrate, 7.7mg of vitamin c, 1.15g of iron, 14 mg of sodium,
3.57g of protein and 3.6g of dietary fiber. Ginger can be grated, crushed, or dried and
ground for use as a flavor in cooking or consumed in its raw form. Ginger can also be processed for its oil and
juice. 24 Health benefits of ginger. � For dealing with allergies. Persons who have food allergies such as albumin
allergy can benefit from the consumption of ginger. This is because of the presence of zerumbone
which helps to reduce the allergic reaction of the body to albumin. � A remedy for nausea. Yes, as ironic as it sounds, drinking ginger
tea will help to remedy the effects of indigestion including bloating and the nauseating feeling
arising from surgery. Aside from this, ginger has been known to
be a very effective remedy for ailments such as morning sickness in pregnant women and
seasickness. � For treating constipation. Like most other teas, ginger tea is a natural
laxative that helps to stimulate proper digestion and in relieving the symptoms of indigestion. Chronic constipation can also be treated with
the use of ginger. � Diarrhea treatment. In addition to being a cure for digestive
disorders, ginger can also be used for treating diarrhea. This can be done by adding ginger powder to
meals. � For treating stomach ulcer. Ginger is generally safe for the stomach which
is one of the reasons for its use in the prevention and treatment of stomach ulcer. Moreover, the consumption of ginger aids in
inhibiting the development of an ulcer-causing bacteria (H. pylori). Apart from this, the anti-inflammatory properties
of the herb assist the body in relieving intestinal diseases such as ileitis (Crohn�s disease)
and colitis. � For glowing skin. Ginger root has anti-inflammatory properties
which are beneficial for the treatment of skin conditions like rashes and skin irritations. Moreover, the antioxidants found in this herb
help to keep away free-radicals responsible for some of these skin conditions. � For treating eczema. Eczema can be an embarrassing sight for some
people; hence, the need to completely get rid of it. Since ginger contains shogaol which is the
active substance in treating eczema. � For combating colds. Pouring ginger powder into your soup can help
you to fight against the symptoms of colds. This is because of the antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory
properties of ginger. You can equally add grated ginger into hot
water with lemon juice and honey. If you want to prevent the occurrence of colds,
you should try drinking ginger juice. � Remedy for influenza. Similar to colds, flu can be prevented and
treated with ginger. To achieve this, you will have to prepare
ginger tea and drink. � For combating cancer. Ovarian cancer affects the ovaries in women. The consumption of ginger or adding it to
your diet will help in the prevention of this cancer as well as some other forms of cancer
like breast cancer and pancreatic cancer. This is as a result of the high-antioxidant
content of ginger which is responsible for the fight against cancer cell formation. � A panacea for the symptoms of aging. Ginger is rich in antioxidants which help
in fighting off free-radicals from the body. The absence of these free-radicals helps to
produce a good and healthy skin which is what aging persons dearly desire. In addition, ginger can help to inhibit some
brain damaging processes in the body. This is the reason why it is recommended for
the treatment of age-related brain disorders like Alzheimer’s disease. � For prevention of heart disease. Ginger has blood-thinning capabilities that
are necessary for the treatment of abnormal blood clotting which if left untreated can
lead to heart problems. In addition, the consumption of ginger helps
to lower the cholesterol level in the body to prevent heart disease. � For relieving body pains. Ginger contains anti-inflammatory substances
which are beneficial for the gradual treatment of body pains such as muscle pain and soreness
resulting from exercise. Moreover, body pains such as joint pains can
be the result of some other health condition like osteoarthritis. Drinking ginger tea or extract is a natural
and effective treatment for the symptoms of osteoarthritis. � For menstrual problems. Dysmenorrhea or painful menstruation is the
painful feeling during menstruation. Studies have confirmed that the consumption
of ginger powder at the beginning of the menstrual cycle can help in relieving menstrual pain
in women. Since ginger has pain-relieving capabilities
due to its anti-inflammatory components, it can be used for treating dysmenorrhea. � Menstrual cramps can also be reduced by
taking ginger. Menstrual cramps are majorly caused by prostaglandins,
which are hormones. Consuming ginger is a fast and healthy way
of reducing these hormones thereby reducing menstrual cramps. � To promote libido. Ginger has been known to be used to stimulate
sexual desire in both men and women. The operation of ginger in blood circulation
helps to increase the flow of blood to the midriff of the body. Furthermore, the aroma of the ginger root
helps in promoting fertility in both sexes. � For good oral health. Ginger extract is good for oral problems such
as periodontitis which is caused by inflammatory bacteria. Moreover, the presence of gingerol helps to
prevent the operation of germs in the body. � Treatment of asthma. Asthma patients can also benefit from ginger
due to its asthma-suppressing property. This is due to the presence of zerumbone which
is an anti-inflammatory compound that helps to suppress the airway inflammation associated
with asthma. � Good for the liver. Ginger helps to reduce hepatotoxins which
affect the liver and is a contributor to tuberculosis. Also, the consumption of ginger helps in preventing
the harmful effects of cadmium remnants on the liver. In addition, ginger essential oil provides
a protection against obesity-related liver disease. � DNA Protection. A study found out that ginger has the potential
of absorbing UV rays that can be damaging to the human DNA. Drinking ginger extract helps to suppress
the effects of dangerous UV rays on the body. Moreover, ginger oil helps to mitigate the
damage of aflatoxin B1 (a toxin) on the DNA. � For maintaining blood sugar level. Ginger is known to be an insulin-promoting
food as well as helpful in the breakdown of carbohydrates. This makes ginger an invaluable food supplement
in maintaining blood sugar level necessary for the prevention of diabetes. Moreover, a proper balance of blood sugar
level is important for maintaining a healthy weight. This means that obese and overweight persons
can benefit from consuming ginger. � For treatment of hypertension. Ginger extract has been found to be an effective
natural remedy for high blood pressure (hypertension). � For detoxifying the body. Cleansing the body from harmful chemical substances
is important for general health. While there are many methods and several foods
that can be eaten to achieve this, ginger is one of the most powerful body detoxifiers. This is due to the fact that ginger consumption
stimulates the production of sweat which is helpful in the removal of toxins from the
body. Side effects of eating too much ginger. While ginger offers wonderful health benefits,
the inappropriate consumption of the herb can lead to some adverse health conditions. Although there is little or no side effect
of consuming ginger, some persons may experience adverse health conditions after taking it. It is believed that pregnant women do not
take large amounts of ginger as it may lead to miscarriage (although there is no medical
report to confirm this). Other possible side effects of consuming ginger
include the risks of acid reflux, inflammation, diarrhea, gallbladder stones, and diabetes. Ginger should not be consumed by persons on
blood thinning medications due to the fact that ginger can adversely affect the body�s
ability to effectively form blood clots. Ginger is one of the common kitchen ingredients
that serve as more than just flavoring for food. The use of this highly nutritious herbal plant
is beneficial in improving several health conditions. Don’t forget to like this video and click
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