Ginger occupies a special place in many kitchens due to specific aroma and sharp, spicy pungent flavor that sets it apart from other spices, but also for its medicinal properties. For thousands of years it was used as a spice and medicine until today people use its powerful effect.

Ginger (botanical name: Zingiber officinale) is an annual plant that originates from southern Asian continent and cultivated more than 3,000 years. The largest producer of this exotic spice is India.

Effects of Ginger 

Effects of Ginger

The root of ginger contains only 80 calories per 100 grams of product, much of which consists of ~ 18 grams carbohydrates, 2 grams protein and fat 1 gram.In its most nutrient composition ginger contains vitamin C, potassium, iron, calcium and magnesium.

It is called hot herb because it removes the internal cold. Fresh ginger heats the meridians of the body, the stomach, strengthens the digestive tract, lungs, stomach and spleen, soothes headaches caused by disorders of the circulation, because it dilutes the blood and thus facilitates access to the inputs to the brain.

Ginger is recommended for depression because it returns the body to its natural balance and antitoxin which improves circulation. Its beneficial effects are many, so often described as the miracle herb.

Ginger tea is very effective and helps in easier absorption of nutrients from food. It also relieves flatulence and intestinal gases, but also regulates appetite.

It strengthens the immune system, it relieves menstrual pain, reduces stress, increase fertility, fight infections, prevents unpleasant smell, slows the growth of cancer cells, lowers bad cholesterol and increases levels of good, helps in detoxification.

  • Destroys Ovarian Cancer

Research shows that ginger is very effective in the treatment of cancer. Ginger’s root has very strong anti-                     angiogenic properties that prevent cancer to development. Scientist at the University of Michigan also studied             the effects of ginger on cancer and found that is a great alternative to chemotherapy because the cells do not                 develop resistance to it. Ginger therapy has no side effects and is not toxic as conventional cancer therapies.

  • Ginger destroys prostate cancer cells

Ginger kills cancer cells of the prostate. According to a British study, ginger extract can effectively prevent the               growth of cells of prostate cancer, researchers at the recommended dose of 100 gr. of extract per kilogram of                 body weight. The study also found that the extract reduces tumor growth by 56%, and does not affect healthy               cells as chemotherapy influences. Tests were performed both in vitro and in vivo.

  • Ginger and Colorectal Cancer

Scientists found that ginger is more effective than chemotherapy, and has no side effects. This plant can really             help treat cancer. All patients are advised to include in their diet, thus increasing the chances of recovery. The               recommended daily dose of ginger is 4 gr, while pregnant women should limit the dose of 1 gr. Of course, it is               necessary to lead a healthy life, eat healthy and regularly move, which will help to strengthen immunity and                 fight against the disease. One study published in Journal of Nutrition confirms that ginger can eliminate                       colorectal cancer cells.