Ginger Root Powder Zingabar Officinalis 1OZ bag
Herbs for pain
Weight: 1 oz
counts as (1) unit
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Ginger is also known by the name of Zingabar Officinalis .The medicinal benefits of Ginger can be traced back thousands of years. Ancient texts and literature from the Middle East, Asia, and Europe talk of the immense benefits of the root. Ginger is also related to the famed turmeric root, cardamom, and galangal.
Benefits of Ginger:
1. Nausea Relief: Ginger is widely used to relieve Nausea and is infact recommended by the American Pregnancy Association to aid with Nausea related to morning sickness.
2. Pain Relief related to Joints or exercise : Ginger has been used in a test study at a level of 2 Grams per day and shown to aid in reducing the joint pain related to the condition of Osteoarthritis. In a controlled trial of 247 people with osteoarthritis of the knee, those who took ginger extract had less pain and required less pain medication . Ginger is also helpful in reducing the pain related to intense exercise with weights.
3. Ginger may lower blood sugars and improve heart disease effects: In a recent 2015 study of 41 participants with type 2 diabetes, 2 grams of ginger powder per day lowered fasting blood sugar by 12%
4. Ginger may lower Cholesterol levels: High levels of LDL lipoproteins (the “bad” cholesterol) are linked to an increased risk of heart disease.The foods you eat can have a strong influence on LDL levels.In a 45-day study of 85 individuals with high cholesterol, 3 grams of ginger powder caused significant reductions in most cholesterol markers (15)
5. Improve Metabolism/ Aids Weight Loss: Ginger increases body temperature and can speed up calorie burning. It also enhances the thermic effect on foods and makes the body believe that it is full. According to a 2012 study, “ginger showed enhanced thermogenesis and reduced feelings of hunger with ginger consumption.”
6. Inhibit the Growth of Colorectal Cancer Cells: Research at the University of Minnesota's Hormel Institute found that the ingredient that gives ginger its flavor may help to combat the growth of colorectal cancer cells.