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 Ginger Root is a capsule with a guaranteed natural potency of one and a half percent essential oil, mainly gingerol and shogaol. Ginger has been traditionally used to treat stomach and gastrointestinal discomfort, indigestion, abdominal cramping, menstrual pain, seasickness, food poisoning, and other health problems.

 Ginger also improves circulation and relaxes the muscles around blood vessels, aiding in the blood flow throughout the body.

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 It can help lower LDL cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease. The beneficial part of ginger exists in the root of the plant also  known as rhizomes. Other types of ginger include juice, candy, root, powder. In China and India, ginger was used to cook with.

 Ginger extract has long been used in traditional medical practices to reduce inflammation. And there is some evidence that ginger may help reduce pain from osteoarthritis. In a study of 261 people with Osteoarthritis of the knee, those who took a ginger extract twice daily had less pain and needed fewer pain killing medications than those who received placebo. And yet another study found that ginger was no better than ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) or placebo in reducing symptoms of Osteoarthritis. It may take several weeks to see any effect. A few preliminary studies suggest that ginger may lower cholesterol and help prevent blood from clotting. That can be helpful in treating heart disease, where blood vessels can become blocked and lead to heart attack or stroke.

 But more studies are needed to know whether ginger is safe or effective for heart disease. Laboratory studies have  found that some substances in ginger may kill cancer cells in test tubes. More research is needed to know if ginger would have the same results in humans.

 Ginger is an main ingredient used in cuisine all over the world and is also known for its medicinal purposes. The ginger root originated in China and then spread to India and other countries. It contains up to three percent of essential oil that creates the fragrance of this spice. The juice from ginger roots is very potent and its pungent taste adds flavor to many dishes and tea. When grounded, ginger powder is commonly used to make gingerbread and other delicious recipes. Ginger is also used to make candy and flavoring cookies, crackers, cake and also carbonated drink such as  Ginger Ale . In India, fresh ginger is a main spice used when making pulse and lentil curries. Other than culinary uses, ginger is also known to cure nausea and cold remedies.

 Fresh ginger has a characteristic, bitingly pungent, slightly sweetish and aromatic flavor, which is more intense than is the case with dried ginger. Cooking with new Ginger adds tangy freshness, light spiciness, and mellow sweetness to your food dishes. Ginger isn't just for Asian cooking. Fresh ginger's tangy freshness, light spiciness, warmth, and mellow sweetness complement a range of foods, from sweet savory. It can be a dominant flavoring, or it can work in conjunction with other flavors and spices. Beyond the traditional Asian applications like stir fries, and dipping sauces, ginger is equally at home with such an everyday ingredient.

 And ginger has a natural affinity to meats, poultry, and fish. Ginger as a medical herb, ginger has been cultivated for thousand of years in China and India. The high content of potassium in ginger will protects the body against bone fragility, paralysis, sterility, muscle weakness, mental apathy and confusion, kidney damage and damage to the heart.

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