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Ginger.

((And they shall drink a cup in it whose temper is ginger)) Surat Al-Insan, verse (17) [1].

What is ginger?

Ginger: A plant of the hyacinth family, which are fennel and fennel, long-lived, with thick veins that generate in the ground, and fennel fennel. (2).

It is a herbaceous plant from the Zanzibari family of Indian origin, with a yellowish-green color, with veins running through the ground, and it is one of the digestive spices, and it has many types, including wild, medicinal and agricultural. (3)

Common forms of ginger include:Fresh or dried root, tablets, capsules, liquid extracts, and tea

Benefits of Ginger :

Aperitif.

Helps remove stomach infections.

The liver stimulates by means of the sulfur present in ginger, expels toxins, and helps build blood.

Anti-nausea and dizziness.

Helps treat or relieve colon diseases, because it balances the bacteria in the colon that cause disease.

Helps treat migraine (half of the head)).

Helps remove insomnia and nerves.

It treats asthma and respiratory diseases.

Treats cold and cold.

Helps treat diseases of the reproductive system.

It prevents the limbs from freezing, especially in cold regions.

It treats joint diseases.

Treating or reducing gout (Kings disease).

Helps treat (claudication), the pain associated with the disc.

It prevents blood clots in the blood vessels and thus helps expand the vessels, which is very beneficialFor blood pressure disease and blood clotting disease and also helps to increase sexual ability.

If mixed with milk, it is a very beneficial compound, because it helps the body to digest the lactose present in milk

It increases the level of immunity in the body, because it is found in ginger

Anti-inflammatory compound beneficial to the body.

Helps strengthen memory and reduce its weakness.

It helps treat eyes (like blue and white water). [4]

Studies conducted on ginger:

There is some evidence that ginger may help reduce pain caused by osteoporosisIn a study of 261 people with osteoarthritis of the knee, those who took ginger extract twice daily had less pain and needed less pain medication than those who took a placebo.

Some experts advise people with gallstone disease to use caution with ginger because it may increase the flow of bile

Although many studies have not found any evidence of harm from consuming ginger during pregnancy, it is uncertain whether ginger is always safe for pregnant women.

References:

[1] Surat Al-Insan

[2] Meaning of ginger in the Whole Dictionary of Meanings – Arabic Arabic Lexicon

[3] Zingebeel (Contemporary Arabic Dictionary)

[4] Benefits of ginger by Dr. Jamil Al-Qudsi Dweik

University of Maryland Medical Center (2006). Ginger

National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. Ginger herbs at a glance

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