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Ginger Root Solution for Pregnant Women by cj Posted Mon 09 Apr 2012 5:46am Among other herbals, ginger root is my favorite when I was pregnant. I usually use ginger root for my nausea,vomiting, and morning sickness. Indeed, the spicy root, or rhizome, of the ginger plant can either be eaten raw, powdered, which can be turned into tea, juiced, tinctured, or even candied. According to studies ginger root has b ... Read on »
Reader recipe request: Bok choy and ginger root by Jennette F. Patient Expert Posted Thu 21 Jan 2010 10:31am Last week Farm Fresh Delivery dropped off a crate of fruits and veggies at my door, as I have paid them to do. Included among the familiar apples, pears and mangos were these items: At first glance they appeared to be a mutant strain of lettuce and a set of reindeer antlers. However, I have since determined that they are bok choy and g ... Read on »
Ginger Root Can Help Heal Ailments by Bill .. Posted Tue 07 Dec 2010 4:03pm Ginger root is said to offer you a lot of benefits, including the ability to treat headaches and common colds. One of the most common uses of ginger root is for an upset stomach, something we all know and hate. You may recognize this from your childhood. Normally in the form of flat ginger ale and cracker ... Read on »
Miso soup and fresh ginger root by Green Food, Green Thumb Posted Tue 26 Apr 2011 12:00am Tonight ended up being a very relaxing and enjoyable night. After finishing up a big presentation in school I came home, flopped on the couch, warmed up some leftovers and indulged in one of my fav shows--Glee! Yes, I said it, I'm a Gleek. I've said it before and I'll say it again. The show reminds me of the musicals and performances I took part ... Read on »
Ginger Root Stir Fry by hbobier Posted Thu 18 Aug 2011 8:56pm Whenever I don't know what I want for dinner I just grab whatever veggies I can find, toss it in a pan and stir fry it up. The veggies don't even have to go together, I literally just grab whatever looks fresh and sounds tasty. Tonight, albeit strange, my combination was zucchini, Napa cabage, leeks, tofu and fresh ginger root.  The ... Read on »
Restricting Colon Cancer with Ginger Root Promising by Author Debbie Nicholson Posted Tue 18 Oct 2011 3:30pm That lively herb adding zest to meal may also decrease risk for colon cancer A new study from the University of Michigan Medical School that participants who consumed just two grams of ginger root supplement had remarkably decreased the levels of inflammation. Just released today this study can be viewed in Cancer Prevention Research. ... Read on »
Ginger Root Solution for Pregnant Women by cj Posted Mon 09 Apr 2012 12:00am Among other herbals, ginger root is my favorite when I was pregnant. I usually use ginger root for my nausea,vomiting, and morning sickness. Indeed, the spicy root, or rhizome, of the ginger plant can either be eaten raw, powdered, which can be turned into tea, juiced, tinctured, or even candied. According to studies ginger root has ... Read on »
Ginger - Natures Wonder Root by Jan Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 4:57pm by Sunny D Ginger is probably the most widly used natural remedy. It is commonly used and known for treating nausea and stomach upset. But ginger root doesn't stop there. It can be used for a wide variety of ailments. Ginger blocks serotonin receptors eliminating nausea and other stomach upsets. Ginger is also a very powerful anti-inflammat ... Read on »
Ginger: The Best and Most Cost-Effective Herb For Nausea by Tamara Z. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 15 May 2009 10:01pm Fresh ginger, or sheng jiang, has been known for thousands of years to ease nausea.  It is definitely one of my favorite herbs in all of the Chinese medicinal herbs.  Why?  Because it is easy to find here in the West, very easy to prepare, and pleasant-tasting.   The American Society of Clinical Oncology is reporting the results of a federa ... Read on »
Ginger Juice - A Versatile Natural Health Remedy by Sandy H. Healthy Living ProfessionalComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:24pm Fresh ginger root juice has apparently formed part of the daily health regime that has contributed to saving the actor Patrick Swayze's life. He was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer earlier this year and given just 5 weeks to live. Ginger in both the dried and fresh forms has been used as a natural health remedy in Asia, India, and Arabia for thous ... Read on »