Ginger: An ancient Indian proverb states that
everything good is found in ginger. There's quite a bit of truth in
that. Ginger is a versatile healing herb. As a child you were
probably been given a glass of ginger ale when you felt sick to your
stomach. Ginger is a good digestive aid and has antispasmodic and
the stomach remedy of choice by herbalists.
It works on heartburn, abdominal
flatulence, and a queasy stomach.
Ginger contains compounds
similar to the digestive enzymes found in your digestive tract. Ginger is
particularly effective for motion sickness. In fact, studies have shown that
it's even more effective than the prescription drug Dramamine. To head off
motion sickness, most herbalists recommend ginger capsules. The standard dosage
is 1500 milligrams, taken about 30 minutes before you travel.
Ginger is a time-tested remedy for morning sickness, too. A cup of ginger
tea or a glass of ginger ale (made from natural ginger and not artificial
flavorings) first thing can make mornings much more comfortable. A cup of
hot ginger tea can also relieve menstrual cramps.
Studies suggest that ginger
can be useful in keeping cholesterol levels under control. Chinese
herbalists have used ginger for generations to treat colds and flu.
Modern studies confirm that ginger helps kill the influenza virus and helps the
immune system wage war on infection. If you feel a cold coming on, try sipping
on ginger tea or ginger ale throughout the day.
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