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Ginger, cuffs and Digestive Drug Agency

Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is widely used as a spice in the kitchen in the world. One part is used rhizomes. In Indonesia, the ginger is the most important ingredient for the manufacture wedhang ginger, drink body warmers. Ginger was originally published in China, spread to India, Southeast Asia, West Africa and the Caribbean.

Ginger essential oil contains more than 3%, so that a distinctive flavor. The main components are sesquiterpenes with ginger (-)-Zingiberene main active ingredient. Sesquiterpenes were ß-sesquiphellandrene, bisabolene and farnesene. There are also links to the monoterpenes, ie, ß-phellandrene, cineol, and citral and in small quantities.

sharpness of ginger flavor is in the lead content of phenylpropanoids derivatives, namely gingerol and Shogaol. Ginger is the formation of saliva (stimulated saliva).

The FDA says that the herb ginger is generally recognized, safe to use, but can with certain drugs such as warfarin (anticoagulant to interact). Patients with gallstones should avoid ginger as it can stimulate the release of bile acids.

In experiments with laboratory animals that may gingerol from the digestive tract to move and also have increased analgesic efficacy (pain), sedative, antipyretic (reduces temperature), and anti-bacterial properties.

Chemical compounds in ginger also cure various forms of diarrhea, one of the most common cause of death in children in developing countries active. Apparently Zingerone chemical compounds against diarrhea caused by E. Active coli.

Through various studies, ginger also mengurangirasa nausea caused by seasickness, morning sickness, or the side effects of chemotherapy


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