Ginger: Top 55 health benefits uses


25. Useful in arsenic poisoning

Gingerol found in ginger attenuates arsenic poisoned cells by induced oxidative stress and plays a corrective role in improving insulin signaling. In another study, ginger reduce the adverse effects of arsenic toxicity in  bone marrow cells.

26. Prevention of Alzheimer’s disease

Ginger can reverse behavioral dysfunction, useful in prevention  and/or treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.

27. Useful in gout disease

Gout is a rheumatic disease that is manifestated by an intense inflammation secondary to monosodium urate crystal deposition in joints. Ginger contain 6-shogaol , that  has a strong anti-inflammatory effect and can be regarded as useful tool for the treatment of acute gouty arthritis.

28. Prevent kidney failure

Consuming ginger provide therapeutic protection to kidney from oxidative stress and toxins. That helps to prevent the risk of kidney failure, acute kidney injury,  kidney dysfunctions and other chronic kidney diseases like development of diabetic glomerular hypertrophy. It also protect from kidney damage associated with diabetes and reverse diabetic-induced complications.

Study has found that ginger can be beneficial adjuvant therapy in patients with acute and chronic renal failure, and to prevent disease progression and delay the need for renal replacement therapy.

29. Anti-microbial

Both in vivo and in vitro results confirm the efficacy of black pepper, ginger and thyme extracts  as natural antimicrobials and suggests the possibility of using them in treatment procedures.

30. Prevent accumulation of fat

Dietary ginger and other spice compounds enhance fat digestion and absorption in high-fat fed situation through enhanced secretion of bile salts and a stimulation of the activity pancreatic lipase. At the same time, the energy expenditure is facilitated by these spices to prevent the accumulation of absorbed fat.

31. Boost metabolism

Phytochemicals present in ginger aids cholesterol metabolism and fatty acid oxidation, which act as anti-obesity and aids in weight loss.

32. Enhances nutrient absorption

Including dietary spices like ginger have a beneficial effect on intestinal villi by increasing the absorptive surface of the small intestine, providing for an increased bioavailability of micronutrients.

33. Anti-parasitic and anti-protozoa

Study has confirmed the potential therapeutic effects of ginger extracts against parasitic and protozoa infection as a promising alternative therapy to the commonly used antigiardial drugs.

34. Protection against radiation

Ginger act as a radioprotective agent that helps to prevent radiation induced illness and lethality.

35. Prevent paraben associated toxicity

Parabens  are found in many cosmetic, beauty products are toxic to health. That are responsible for allergies, hormonal imbalance and other health problems.Intake of ginger extract ameliorates paraben induced biochemical changes in liver and kidney.

36. Decreases blood urea

Study has concluded that ginger may have a beneficial effect for removal of urea from plasma and it may be considered as a therapeutic herb to manage kidney function in patient with uremia.

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