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Ginger belongs to the Zingiberaceae family. It is native to Southeast Asia and then used in many countries as a spice and condiment to add flavor to foods. Ginger rhizome has used in traditional herbal medicine. The healthy outlook of ginger is attributed to its rich phytochemistry. Two broad categories, namely volatiles and non-volatiles. Volatiles include sesquiterpenes and monoterpenoids providing the distinct aroma and taste of ginger. In contrast, the non-volatile pungent compounds include gingerols, shogaols, paradols, and zingerone.

Ginger has promising potential to treat a number of diseases, including degenerative disorders (arthritis and rheumatism), digestive health (indigestion, constipation and ulcer), cardiovascular disorders (atherosclerosis and hypertension), vomiting, diabetes mellitus. and cancer. It also has anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties to control the aging process. In addition, it also has antimicrobial potential which can help treat infectious diseases. The generation of free radicals or reactive oxygen species during metabolism beyond the antioxidant capacity of a biological system results in oxidative stress, which plays a vital role in heart disease, disease neurodegenerative, cancer and the aging process. Bioactive molecules in ginger like gingerols have shown antioxidant activity in various modules.

Inflammatory disorders such as gastritis, esophagitis and hepatitis, which are caused not only by infectious agents such as viruses, bacteria and parasites, but also by physical and chemical agents such as heat, l acid, cigarette smoke and foreign objects are known to be at risk. cancer factors in humans. Consuming ginger before exercise may reduce natural quadriceps muscle pain during moderate-intensity cycling exercises. This effect may be due to the anti-inflammatory effect of ginger.


  • Antioxidant & anti-inflammatory

    Helps lower cholesterol & blood sugar

    Decreases pain and inflammation

    Reduces rheumatism and articular pains

    Helps fight infections

    Eases menstrual pains

    Helps prevent gastric ulcers

    Helps digestive function

    Reduces nausea



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