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  • 1. 1  Its Just a Ginger TeaCollected from: various researches and studies.By Rama Prasad   5. Since, helicobacter pylori (HP) is the primary etiological agent associated with dyspepsia, peptic ulcer disease and the development of gastric and colon cancer, some researchers believe that ginger and its extracts may benefit those suffered from or at risk of certain gastric diseases. 6. Ginger has beneficial effects on nausea and vomiting of pregnant women according to a Sydney study. 7. Ginger has antiemetic and anxiolytic activities. It may also help morning sickness. 8. A recent single blind clinical trial study of 67 pregnant women showed that twice administration of 250 mg of ginger daily for four days could subside the incidents ofWhat it means: Indulge in ginger vomiting.regularly. 9. Animals treated with ginger 1. Ginger may benefit people at root extract show decreasedrisk of many gastric diseases. occupancy in the closed arm of the 2. Ginger shows anti-bacterial elevated plus maze suggesting theactivities. presence of anxiolytic principles. 3. Antimicrobial activity against Ginger root extract also blockedPseudomonas aeruginosa, lithium sulphate-inducedSalmonella typhimurium, conditioned place aversionEscherichia coli and Candida indicating anti-emetic activity.albicans. 10. Four double-blind randomized 4. In another in vitro study, ginger placebo-controlled trial suggestsroot extracts containing the that ginger root is helpful for womengingerols inhibited the growth of H. suffering from morning sickness,pylori CagA+ strains. nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.Web: www.ayurvedaelements.com • Email: ayurvedaelements@gmail.com17 Orchard Road, Chatswood NSW Australia 2067Phone- 0011 61 2 9904 7754 • Texts 0425 233 426  
  • 2. 2  Its Just a Ginger TeaCollected from: various researches and studies.By Rama Prasad   11. Its effects on nausea and irradiation caused a significantvomiting during pregnancy is as depletion in lipid peroxidation.good as vitamin B6. A study in 19. Ginger may benefit people atThailand of 138 women shows that risk of cardiovascular diseases.there is no significant difference 20. Ginger was found to inhibitbetween ginger and vitamin B6 for 50% of a distinct development ofthe treatment of nausea and atheroma in the aorta and coronaryvomiting during pregnancy. arteries of rabbits in a study. There 12. Ginger may promote gastric was also distinct decrease in lipidintestinal motility peroxidation and enhancement of 13. Intake of ginger Root was fibrinolytic activity in ginger treatedfound to enhance the transport of a animals. Authors suggested thecharcoal meal in a study of mice. protection was probably because of 14. Ginger may offer benefits on its free radical scavanging,reproduction. prostaglandin inhibitory and fibri 15. Ginger root extract was found properties.to significantly increase in the 21. Treatment with Z. officinalerelative weight of the testis, the also caused a decrease in serumserum testosterone level, testicular cholesterol, serum triglyceride andcholesterol level and epididymal a- blood pressure in diabetic rats. Theglucosidase activity in a study of data suggest a potentialWistar rats. antidiabetic activity of the juice of Z. 16. Ginger has more than 50 officinale in type I diabetic rats,antioxidants.   possibly involving 5-HT receptors. 17. Ginger root extract was shown 22. Ginger root extract was alsoto have antioxidant activities in a demonstrated to reduce rat pawcell study. It may contain more 50 and skin edema.antioxidants.   23. Ginger may benefit people at 18. In one study, ginger rhizome risk of osteoarthritis(Zingiber officinale) was found to 24. Ginger root extract can beprotect+ mice against radiation- used to treat osteoarthritis, asinduced lethality. The irradiation of researchers found gingeranimals resulted in a dose- decreased the productin ofdependent elevation in the lipid inflammatory mediators in sowperoxidation. However, treatment of osteoarthrotic cartilage explants.mice with ginger rhizome beforeWeb: www.ayurvedaelements.com • Email: ayurvedaelements@gmail.com17 Orchard Road, Chatswood NSW Australia 2067Phone- 0011 61 2 9904 7754 • Texts 0425 233 426  
  • 3. 3  Its Just a Ginger TeaCollected from: various researches and studies.By Rama Prasad   25. Ginger may benefit people at damage, contributing torisk of cancer carcinogenic processes. While, [6]- 26. Adding ginger root extract into gingerol is found to be a potentdrinking water was found to reduce inhibitor of NO synthesis and alsothe risk of mammary tumor in study an effective protector againstof mice. peroxynitrite- mediated damage. 27. Dietary ginger constituents, 31. While, other researchers foundgalanals A and B, are found to be that 6-gingerol induced apoptosis inpotent apoptosis inducers in 32. HL-60 cells. However, thisHuman T lymphoma Jurkat cells activity was not related its anti- 28. In addition, the rhizome of oxidative activity.ginger contains pungent vanillyl 33. Ginger may benefit people atketones, including [6]-gingerol and risk of diabetes[6]-paradol, and has been reported 34. Antidiabetic and hypoglycemicto possess a strong anti- drugs enhance adipocyteinflammatory activity. These differentiation of 3T3-L1pungent substances have a preadipocytes. Study demonstratesvanilloid structure found in other gingerol-treated cells increasechemopreventive phytochemicals, insulin-sensitive glucose uptake.including curcumin. Thus, ginger may enhance the 29. Surh YJ et al, Seoul National insulin-sensitivity, and improveUniversity, found anti-tumor chronic disease, such as diabetes.properties of these compounds. 35. In a study with diabetic rats,Topical application of [6]-gingerol or treatment with Z. officinale (i.e.[6]-paradol 30 min prior to 12-O- ginger) produced a significanttetradecanoyl-phorbol-13- acetate increase in insulin levels and a(TPA) attenuated the skin decrease in fasting glucose levelspapillomagenesis initiated by 7,12 in diabetic rats. In an oral glucosedimethylbenz[a] anthracene in tolerance test, treatment with Z.female ICR mice. officinale was found to decrease 30. Reactive nitrogen species significantly the area under the(RNS), such as nitric oxide (NO) curve (i.e. the extent of absorption)and its derivatives, e.g. of glucose and to increase the areaperoxynitrite (ONOO-), have been under the curve of insulin in STZ-proposed as being able to influence diabetic rats.signal transduction and cause DNAWeb: www.ayurvedaelements.com • Email: ayurvedaelements@gmail.com17 Orchard Road, Chatswood NSW Australia 2067Phone- 0011 61 2 9904 7754 • Texts 0425 233 426  
  • 4. 4  Its Just a Ginger TeaCollected from: various researches and studies.By Rama Prasad   mediators. Long-term activation of microglial cells is suspected to contribute to the neuron loss in Alzheimers disease. 38. Ginger can inhibit the activation of human monocytic THP-1 cells by different pro- inflammatory stimuli and reduce the expression of a wide range of inflammation-related genes in these microglial-like cells. Consequently, ginger extract may be useful in delaying the onset and the progression of neurodegenerative disorders involving chronically activated microglial cells in the central nervous system. 39. Ginger Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings 40. Avoid in heartburns, in 36. Acute hyperglycemia evokes overheated and bleedinggastric slow wave dysrhythmias via conditions,endogenous prostaglandin 41. Ginger may interact withgeneration. Ginger exhibits slow surgical medications includingwave antiarrhythmic effects. anesthesia, leading to arrhythmias, 37. Ginger may benefit people at poor wound healing, bleeding,risk of Alzheimerʼs disease An photosensitivity reaction, andimportant feature for Alzheimers prolonged sedation. [28] Ginger hasdisease is neuritic plaque. Neuritic may also interact with certainplaques are extracellular deposits anticoagulants and analgesics toof beta-amyloid peptides (Abeta). In cause bleeding.  the central nervous system neuriticplaques are surrounded byactivated microglial cells expressingpro-inflammatory cytokines,chemokines, and neurotoxicWeb: www.ayurvedaelements.com • Email: ayurvedaelements@gmail.com17 Orchard Road, Chatswood NSW Australia 2067Phone- 0011 61 2 9904 7754 • Texts 0425 233 426