From our list of ailments, see what Ginger can be used for:
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- Flu Virus
- Morning Sickness
- Protein Increase
Natural Remedies using Ginger
Synonyms: L. aculeata L., L. camara var. nivea (Vent.) L. H. Bailey, L. hybrida hort., L. nivea Vent.
Anti-Inflammatory, Antioxidant, Arthritis, Cardiovascular, Detox, Digestion, Dizziness, Flu Virus, Gallbladder, Indigestion, Morning Sickness, Nausea, Prostate, Protein Increase
The Benefit of using Ginger as a natural cure
Synonym – Cytisus alschingeri Vis., C. laburnum L., Laburnum anagyroides var. alschingeri (Vis.) C. K. Schneid.
Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Hawthorn) – Class 1 (AHP). May potentiate digitalis (AHP) and other cardiac medicines (WAM). Can interfere with cardiac, hypertensive, and hypotensive therapies. “Not suitable for self medication” (CAN). Contrast that with Lininger et al.,
Lao Tzu said in the Art of War, “If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles.” In other words – know what you’re dealing with in acid reflux and you’ll feel more capable to take it on with a clear and effective strategy such as is outlined in this book.
with the same activity.” The presence of ACE-inhibitors, beta-blockers, calcium-channel blockers, and diuretics makes this herb a safer offering in my book, than the four separate pharmaceuticals belonging to those A, B, C, and D recommendations for cardiopathy. “Roots, leaves, and flowers all contain cardioactive compounds (CRC). One paper cited in Mitchell and Rook notes that corneal scratches with the thorns led to blindness in 88 of 132 Irish accidents. With cyanogenic and cardioactive compounds, not to mention tannin, scattered throughout the plant, it should not be taken lightly” (CRC). The presence of oleanolic and ursolic acids (COX-2 inhibitors) may be equally significant in Alzheimer’s disease, arthrosis, and cancer. With isolated guinea pig heart muscle, luteolin-7-glucoside increased coronary flow 186%, hyperoside 66%, and rutin 66% (PH2).