Posts Tagged ‘ginger roots’

Help Irritable Bowels

November 12th, 2010

How To  Help Irritable Bowel Syndrome A Gluten Free Diet: Avoid all wheat such as bread and pasta, and all foods which contain gluten. Avoid barley and rye also, as these contain gluten. Avoiding gluten means avoiding many commercially prepared products such as baked beans and cornflakes, unless the product specifically tells you that it is gluten free. Wheat is used to thicken baked beans, and corn flakes are often flavoured with malt which contains gluten. Omit dairy foods from the diet as well, except for butter, unless you have a reason for avoiding butter. Instead of using dairy products, use coconut milk ...

Ginger Roots In Folk Medicine

November 3rd, 2010

Ginger Roots In Folk Medicine Zingiber officinale The ginger family, Zingiberacea, has been used in folk medicine all over the world for many centuries.  Ginger roots are carminative, rubefacient and stimulative., and as such have a role to play in preventative medicine. The roots, leaves, shoots, and influorescence of the ginger plant can all be used in healing, but ginger roots are the part of the plant which is the most potent.  Ginger roots are the parts mostly used in folk medicine. Ginger as a Digestive Aid:  Ginger roots have a fine reputation as a digestive tonic. The therapeutic compounds in ginger, camphene, phellandrene, ...

Ginger Footbath For Varicose Veins

November 3rd, 2010

Ginger Footbath to Increase Circulation Ginger has many health benefits:  One main one is that ginger helps increase circulation.  This means that the ginger footbath will have a helpful effect on many conditions, such as arthritis, rheumatism, heart troubles, and varicose veins. There are many ways to take ginger for improving the circulation and improve your digestion:  You can include ginger root or powdered ginger in your diet.  Another very good way to treat circulation and help varicose veins, as a complement to a good diet rich in alkaline greens, is by soaking the feet in a prepared ginger footbath. Soaking the feet ...

Ginger Inhalation For Colds and Flu

November 1st, 2010

HEALTH BENEFITS OF GINGER The Aromatic Ginger Plant Edible Species: Zingiber officinale; Zingiberaceae mioga; Zingiberaceae serumbet Family: Zingiberaceae Aromatic ginger is also known as Jiang in Chinese medicine. THE AROMATIC GINGER RHIZOME, OR GINGER ROOT, has many culinary and medicinal uses. Ginger roots are well known for their healthful properties. Ginger has a world-wide reputation in medicine: Ginger is used in the ayurvedic medicine tradition, as well as in Chinese medicine and western herbal medicine.. Ginger roots can be used fresh, or in powdered form, or as crystallized ginger root. ESSENTIAL OIL OF GINGER may be used in inhalations or as embrocation for arthritic and rheumatic pain, ...

Health Benefits Of Ginger

October 30th, 2010

HEALTH BENEFITS OF GINGER Ginger is one of the most popular of the culinary spices. It is an extremely versatile spice, with uses in recipes which range from a curry ingredient of the East to gingernut biscuits in the West. GINGER ROOTS are also valued for their many and variousl medicinal uses and are materia medica of the Ayurvedic science of health. Ginger root is related to the spices cardamom and turmeric and has similar health benefits as these two spices.However, ginger has to be the most popular of the spices because of its wide ranging uses. THE USE OF GINGER ROOT in ...
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