ginger for morning and motion sickness during pregnancy

ginger for morning and motion sickness during pregnancy

root has played an important role in Chinese, Indian and Japanese medicine.

More recent research has indicated that Ginger contains a number of

chemical components, the gingerols, which confer Ginger with its activity.

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commonly used as a stimulant of the peripheral circulation in cases

of bad circulation, chilblains and cramp. It can also act as a diaphoretic,

by increasing perspiration in feverish conditions. Studies have shown

that Ginger can reduce the rate of onset of nausea. Ginger is, therefore,

often taken during pregnancy for morning sickness, as well as for motion

Alleviate indigestion, colic and flatulence. A reduction in joint pain

and improvement in joint movement in sufferers of rheumatoid arthritis

has been documented in human studies for Ginger.

Ginger provides 40 mg of extract that is equivalent to 800 mg of dry

rhizome, and standardised to 22 % gingerols, to guarantee potency and

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) 40mg standardised extract, 22% gingerols............................800mg

capsules a day (with food), or as professionAlly prescribed.

wheat, salt, corn, milk, yeast, glutens, artificial colouring, flavouring

Ginger is recommended for anyone who suffers nausea, such as motion

sickness, or during the first months of pregnancy. Because Ginger stimulates

the digestive process, it also benefits conditions such as colic, flatulence

and indigestion. Ginger is a warming herb that can improve peripheral

circulation and, can thus, benefit conditions such as chilblains and

cold hands and feet. Ginger is suitable for anyone suffering from joint

immobility or pain, as well as a preventative against the onset of such

Not to be used in high doses during pregnancy unless under the supervision

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