Monday, August 29, 2011

Efficacy of ginger (1)

Ginger has many health efficacy. Ginger had always been used as medicines, or herbs and various other purposes. Ginger may stimulate the digestive glands, both for arouse the appetite and digestion. 
Efficacy of ginger

Ginger is used as a seasoning especially efficacious for the add appetite, strengthening the stomach, and improves digestion. It is possible 
because the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines are stimulated by essential oils.

Oil of ginger contains gingerol a distinctive fragrant ginger, efficacious prevention and treat nausea and vomiting, such as motion sickness or in women who young pregnant. 

Also the taste is sharp stimulating appetite, strengthens intestinal muscles, 
help remove intestinal gas and help the heart function. 

In traditional Asian medicine, ginger is used to treat colds, coughs, diarrhea and inflammatory disease joints such as arthritis. 

Ginger is also used to enhance the cleansing of the body through sweat. 

Lowers blood pressure. This is because ginger stimulates the release of hormones. Adrenaline and widen blood vessels, resulting in faster blood flow 
and smooth and lighten the work of the heart to pump blood. 

Helps digestion, because ginger contains digestive enzymes are proteases 
and lipase, which respectively digest protein and fat.

Gingerol the ginger is an anticoagulant, which prevents the clotting of blood. So prevent blockage of blood vessels, the main cause of strokes, and seizures heart. Gingerol also thought to help lower cholesterol levels. 
Prevents nausea, because ginger is able to block serotonin, a chemical compound that can cause the stomach to contract, causing nausea. Including nausea trip due to drunk.

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