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Ginger
GINGER
Zingiber officinalis

It is a perennial with a flat and highly branched root, which is the part of the utility. The tuberous rhizomes grow leafy shoots vain reaching a height of about 1 m, and much lower, leafless flowering stems. Light green, lance-shaped leaves are arranged alternately on the stems barren. In short, leafless stems grow yellow and purple flowers in kłoso shaped inflorescences. Not tied ginger grown fruit, and therefore propagated only vegetatively.
Ginger is one of the oldest medicinal plants, as well as seasoning. Is used for several millennia. It is also one of the oldest cultivated plants - evidenced by the fact that there is no longer anywhere in the wild. Ginger as a medicinal plant is described in one of the oldest Chinese medical books from around 2700 BC, Ginger was the most valuable commodity in the ancient healing Indian medicine, Tibetan and Chinese. Was used primarily gastrointestinal symptoms. Was also considered to be an aphrodisiac.
The Far Eastern medicine treatment penetrated Europe. The ginger writes in his works Dioscurides prominent Greek doctor in the first century AD from these descriptions that were imported from Arabia in earthen vessels as fresh rhizome preserved in syrup. The ginger also write other great scholars and physicians of antiquity, such as Pliny the Elder (first century AD) and Galen (second century AD). By many authors ginger is considered an effective, preventive antiemetic.
Raw material: ginger rhizome and isolated from the oil

The main active ingredients:

Rhizome contains essential oils, resins, starch, organic acids. The main components of the oil are sesquiterpene compounds suitable odor: zingiberen (50%) and zingiberol. In addition, the essential oil are: cineol, borneol, citral, camphene and aldehydes - gingerol (suitable sharp, burning taste), and zingeron szogaol.
Action: Ginger is one of the most widely used spice in the world. Folk Medicine East Asian countries for centuries used it as a natural painkiller for easy digestion and alleviating nausea. Not surprisingly, rhizome and isolated from the essential oil stimulates the secretion of saliva and gastric juice, cholagogic and relaxant. Numerous scientific studies, as well as in practice, confirmed the high efficacy and safety of ginger in relieving the symptoms of motion sickness, vomiting occurring after general anesthesia (anesthesia) and associated with chemotherapy. Among scientists there is a widespread belief that it is rather the effect of ginger on the local gastrointestinal tract than a direct effect on the central nervous system.
This extremely valuable plant also protects us against the formation of blood clots, because reducing the aggregation (clumping) of platelets, preventing excessive blood clotting. Ginger is rich in anti-inflammatory agents, it is also helpful for symptoms associated with arthritis. It is also a reliable friend of migraine sufferers. Its regular use can not only reduce the frequency and intensity of migraine attacks, but to alleviate nausea often accompany them. Side effects: not observed. People with blood clotting disorders, gallstones, using anticoagulants, or agents, as well as pregnant and nursing before taking ginger should seek medical advice.

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