Advanced Therapy - Organic Ginger Extract Benefits - Medicine

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Ginger oil has a pleasingly pungent aroma with a thin evenness, and is light yellow in color. The scent differs based on the quality and distillation of the ginger used. Nevertheless, distilling of fresh ginger root provides most aromatic superior ginger oil. Ginger is a rhizome or the underground stem of a perennial herb that is used as a medicine, preservative and spice. Ginger oil is an energizing, warm and spicy oil which is extracted from a strong ginger root. It is used as a treatment for inflammation, menstrual disorders, respiratory conditions, nausea and stomach upset. Also, it is used as aromatherapy which can generate feelings of courageousness and self-assurance, due to which it is called as ‘the oil of empowerment’. Ginger oil usually works as a stimulant, tonic, and an antiseptic as well as a laxative and therefore is used in a number of pharmaceutical products. Since olden days, ginger oil has been used as a medicine. According to an ongoing study by Future Market Insights, increase in demand for natural personal care products can drive the growth of global ginger oil market.

Healing Rheumatoid Arthritis – Ginger Oil & Superfoods

According to a recent news, a new research by scientists have listed the superfoods that can help in fighting the symptoms of the crippling condition. Green tea, olive oil, blueberries and ginger are the main superfoods that can help combat rheumatoid arthritis. The scientist advise patients to include the superfoods in their diet so that the autoimmune, debilitating and progressive disease can slow down. Other foods listed that have anti-inflammatory effects are pomegranates, grapefruit, dried plums, spice turmeric, whole grains as well as specifically fish oil.

The scientists also suggest to follow a plan-based diet than a meat based diet. They say that these superfoods and diet can reduce the pain and stiffness of the joints by dropping down inflammatory chemicals called cytokines, that which is released by the immune system. The superfoods and diet can also lower oxidative stress, which is, the capacity of the body to detoxify or counteract harmful chemicals. Furthermore, the research team advices to intake probiotics and to quit smoking and drinking. Another researcher recommends that, consuming spices and fruits, vegetables, specific dietary fibres and excluding foods that cause damage and inflammation on a regular basis can help the patients handle the effects of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Fish Oil Supplementation to Improve Pregnancy Outcomes

Additionally, the new research also suggests that the pregnant women must eat more fish as it can improve the child’s growth. According to Swedish scientists, the children born to mothers who consumed around 400g oily fish every week during pregnancy had higher communication and language skills. Also, not more than 400g must be consumed by the mother as it has probable effects of mercury. For safety, the researchers collected blood samples from a considerable group of women in the 17th week of gestation. Moreover, prenatal mercury exposure was calculated by asking women to report details about their halfway consumption during pregnancy.

Later, a questionnaire was filled by the mothers reporting about their child’s communication and language skills at the age of five. At Public Health’s Institute in Norwegian, scientist conducted a statistical analysis calculate the impact of mercury. According to that, they found out that, mothers who ate seafood less than 400g a week had successful benefits out of it.
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