Properties, benefits and contraindications of ginger

Properties, benefits and contraindications of ginger

Ginger is one of the foods with the highest rate of vitamins and other beneficial substances. Here are its best properties for the body

Ginger is a tonic food, capable of stimulating the human immune system. Like citrus fruits, ginger contains a high amount of vitamin C, which is necessary for the immune system of each organism to produce antibodies. Above all for this, in states such as India, Bangladesh and Singapore, tea is used to drink together with parts of this plant. In addition, ginger (a healing spice) has anticancer properties. According to a study conducted in the United States of America, in Minnesota, some plant components of Ginger are natural antioxidants.

The underground stem is often used for ginger. The roots of the Ginger (English name) are said to have slimming properties. Therefore they are mainly used by Indian women to keep fit. Ginger grows at most only in the area of ​​India, Pakistan and Malaysia. According to what some scholars of botany have said, the European climate is not suitable for this plant. If ginger were eaten together with lemon, it would bring a real bomb of nutrients to the body.

In addition to vitamin C, Ginger also contains vitamin B and E. As if that were not enough, in Ginger there are several mineral salts, including calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iron and zinc. In addition, ginger contains various carbohydrates and even proteins, without forgetting essential oils. In addition to being an effective anticancer, ginger can also be used against attacks of nausea. When an Indian woman is pregnant, she is made to drink many drinks with ginger, in order to bring to her body a mix of useful substances. The essential oils of ginger are good for the whole digestive system, strengthening the walls of the intestine to prevent the development of certain ailments.

Its properties are also used in industrial medicine. For example, the powders of this plant, if specially treated, are able to relieve headaches, or reduce pain in the muscles or joints. It is recommended for people suffering from high blood pressure or who are at risk of a heart attack due to thrombi inside the blood vessels. In fact, Ginger has anti-augmenting properties. This spice is also widely used in Indian cooking recipes.

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