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Top 5 Signs of Ginger Deficiency

Thursday, 10 Feb 2011 03:44 PM


Ginger has several medicinal benefits. A ginger deficiency can lead to various kinds of sickness including flu, common cold, nausea, headache, joint pain, and arthritis.
 
Cough and cold are common signs of ginger deficiency. Consumption of adequate amounts of ginger can help cure cough, cold, and flu. Dried ginger helps treat cough, may cure rheumatism, and improves poor dietary habits. High quality vitamins or ginger supplements help cure congestion, cough, and cold.

Gastric disress including flatulence and gas are signs of ginger deficiency. Regular consumption of ginger prevents the formation of gas in the stomach. Ginger juice boosts digestion and regulates high sugar levels, while ginger root helps treat ulcers. Regular consumption of ginger, like ginger tea is good for the stomach.

Ginger juice helps regulate the production of prostaglandins hormones that contribute to spasmodic cramping at night.

Motion and morning sickness may also be signs of ginger deficiency.

Weak bones and persistent joint pain may also be signs of ginger deficiency. Ginger juice helps develop strong bones and alleviates joint pain. Regular consumption of vitamins, and ginger supplements with honey,  reduces joint stiffness in the case of arthritis. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and aids arthritis treatment.

Diarrhea in children may also be a  sign of ginger deficiency. Ginger helps stop bouts of diarrhea, reduces stomach spasms, and may help avoid constipation, especially in children. When mixed with herbs and various vitamin supplements, ginger can reduce fatigue, cure arthritis, and even osteoarthritis.

In some cases, a deficiency of ginger may lead to a weak heart. Because of its cholesterol lowering and blood thinning properties, ginger is useful for treating heart disease.
The nutritional qualities of ginger are increased when it is mixed with black salt and lemon

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