Ginger Root ( Zingiber Officinale)

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Components of ZINGIBER OFFICINALE Acids: alpha-linolenic, ascorbic, aspartic, capric, caprylic, gadole...
Components of ZINGIBER OFFICINALE Acids: alpha-linolenic, ascorbic, aspartic, capric, caprylic, gadoleic, glutaminic, miristic, oleic, oxalic (root) Amino acids: arginine, asparagine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, niacin, threonine, tryptophane, tyrosine, valine ( root) Minerals: aluminium, boron, chromium, cobalt, manganesium, phosphorus, silicon, zinc Ideal as anti-vomiting remedy, Dizziness when travelling, car sickness Vomits after chemotherapy , Vomits in the pregnancy, Postoperative vomits Stomach Ulcers: Its antibacterial power is ideal to avoid the formation of ulcers by eliminating the Helicobacter pylori, in Cases of Diarrhea: It has the capacity to eliminate harmful bacteria, as the Escherichia coli. In Circulatory problems, Ginger is a good resource to favor blood circulation. It helps to dissolve blood clots in the arteries and lowers the levels of cholesterol in blood. By making blood more fluid it helps to prevent a series of vascular problems: using Ginger can prevent heart attacks, angina pectoris or thrombosis, Raynaud's disease, It can constitute a natural alternative to conventional treatments. It healing can be fortified when Eaten together with onion and garlic Excellent : Against the symptoms of flu, coughs, Cold & Sinusitis A Slice of Ginger Root can be used to Treat the pain in Arthritis, Toothache, Bad breath Contra indications It can interact with certain anticoagulant medications as the heparin, it can interfere with the absorption of certain vitamins or minerals, and iron. Sometimes, its use can produce excess of gastric acids . In the event of taking medications, please consult your doctor if in doubt. Nelson Brunton. naturalhealingcentretalktalk**** www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot****