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Identity and origin
Common Name Ginger
Botanical Name Zingiber Officinale
Botanical Family Zingiberaceae
Origin China and India
Gingerol. Sulfur. Protein. Zingibain. Bisabolenel. Oleoresins. Starch. Zingiberene. Zingiberole Shogoal. Camphene. Cineol. Borneol. Citral. Acetic Acid. Mucilage.
No known warnings. Please consult your healthcare practitioner before use if you're unsure.
Nervous System (pain relief)
Digestive System (nausea relief)
Immunity System (antimicrobial)
Lymphatic System (anti-inflamitory)
Cardiovascular System (heart health)
Skeletal System (bone and joint health, arthritic relief)
Ginger Root has been used traditionally for easing ones digestion system. Motion sickness, sea sickness and general nausea are popular uses for Ginger Root in cooking and tea. Ginger root shavings are eaten between pieces of sushi to freshen the palette. Commonly found in cuisine across the world.
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JANUARY 10 2017 // RESEARCHER: CLINTON D. HAWLEY
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