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Peaches And Herb

In this article about the arthritis herb ginger, you will discover:

  • What is ginger?
  • Why is ginger a great arthritis herb?
  • How much arthritis herb ginger to take to help with you?
What Is Ginger?

The perennial plant ginger grows in the countries of south-east Asia.

The underground stem, the rhizome, is the part of ginger which is used for medicinal purposes.

The rhizome of ginger contains unique ingredients such as:

  • Essential Oils
  • Zingerone
  • Gingerol

Ginger has beneficial health properties such as:

  • Analgesic
  • Antihistamine
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Anti-nauseant

Apart from helping with the symptoms of arthritis, ginger can also help with the symptoms of the following health conditions:

  • Motion Sickness
  • Morning Sickness
  • Indigestion
  • Flatulence
  • Diarrhoea
  • Poor circulation
  • Dizziness
  • Headaches
Why Is Ginger A Great Arthritis Herb?

Ginger has been used for centuries as an arthritis herb for rheumatism and arthritis because it has anti-inflammatory properties that help to reduce swelling and pain associated with arthritis.

How Much Of The Arthritis Herb Ginger, Do You Need To Take To Help With Your Arthritis?

It is best to take 255 mg of concentrated extract of ginger supplement twice a day to help with the symptoms of your arthritis.

Clinical trials have shown that by taking this amount for six weeks that the degree of arthritis pain was reduced and the condition improved.

So, to sum upů

Ginger has been used for centuries as an arthritis herb.

Ginger has unique beneficial health properties which can help the symptoms associated with arthritis.

Ginger is quiet safe to take, although some people do suffer from heartburn when consuming it.

Stewart Hare C.H.Ed Dip NutTh

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