Ginger Can Help Prevent Dietary Problems For The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Ginger Can Help Prevent Dietary Problems For The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patient.
An excellent herb to help keep your gastric fire up to par is ginger, which is also an excellent herb for a
variety of stomach upsets.
Before you sit down for a meal, grate up or chop a tiny bit of fresh ginger purchased from the produce
department of your local grocery store or an alternative health food store.
Next add in a few drops of lime juice, followed by a pinch of salt and then chew the herbal preparation.
If you prefer you can simply cut up a thin, small slice of ginger (just make sure that it is fresh) and then add
a speck of salt before putting it in your mouth and chewing it. Ginger root is an herb that can be purchased in
grocery stores and health food stores alike.
This herb has been a form of herbal medicine for over 2,000 years and has been put to use in places such as
Asia, Arabia, China and India.
Today ginger root has made its way into the western world of natural healing and it has been found to be
especially helpful at relieving morning sickness in pregnant women as well as motion sickness.
Studies have shown that people who are about to board planes, trains, boats or those preparing for long car
trips who are prone to motion sickness should take 1,500 mg of ginger approximately a half an hour before they
begin their travels.
If ginger root in its pure form is not available, nor is capsules, tablets or ginger tea another option is to
drink a 12-ounce glass of ginger ale.
Ginger is believed to work just as well if not better than Dramamine at relieving the undesirable symptoms of
motion sickness. It would be a good idea to pack a bottle of ginger tablets or capsules with you for the return
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If you have already embarked on your journey ginger is not as effective. To be as effective as possible, ginger
needs to be taken ahead of time so the body can digest it.
Ginger root (Zingiber officinale) can be purchased as ginger root in the produce department of
grocery stores and it can also be purchased in a powder form that can be made into ginger tea.
Dried ginger root can also be used to make tea and powdered ginger provides an excellent and tasty
addition to many recipes, including casseroles, soups and chowders. Ginger can also be found in cookies.
Reach for ginger snaps to help digestion after a meal. Ginger can also be made into ginger
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It is important to note that ginger has a pleasant tasting flavor to it and is not sharp or does
not have a sting to it. Even if you occasionally drink a glass of soda in the form of ginger ale, you will find
that this soda does not sting the throat in the way many colas do.
Ginger can also be bought at health food stores in the form of capsules and tablets if you do not
enjoy the taste of ginger or if you are looking for the ultimate in convenience.