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Health benefits of Ginger (Adrak)

Ginger has been used as a medicine and spice since ancient times throughout the world. For centuries, it has been an important ingredient in traditional Ayurvedic, and Unani medicines for the treatment of different diseases. As ginger has contents like vitamin C, zinc, carotenoids, zinc, iron, phosphorous, copper, manganese, fiber, and proteins, it has numerous health benefits to offer.
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Ginger helps improve digestion by increasing the absorption of food which thereby helps improve metabolism. Due to this, the regular intake of Ginger water might help reduce body weight. It also helps manage cardiovascular diseases due to its antioxidant property as it prevents the cell damage caused by free radicals. Drinking a cup of Ginger tea before traveling can even help prevent the symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea and vomiting. Ginger helps improve the sexual performance in men by increasing the testosterone levels (male sex hormone) and also improves sexual desire due to its aphrodisiac property. Ginger is also found to be effective for women in managing menstrual pain due to its antispasmodic and analgesic properties.
Topical application of Ginger removes excess oil from the skin and manages certain skin infections. Ginger is also effective in controlling hair loss as well as promoting hair growth. Application of Ginger juice on skin might help control acne formation.

For more details about benefits of ginger (Adrak)read below

1.Lowers the risk of heart disease and stroke

Ginger is one of the best home remedies to prevent heart disease and stroke. Ginger, onion, garlic are superfoods and they contain an anti-blood clotting properties. These herbs keep your heart healthy and protect it from stroke and heart attack. 

2.Lower Blood Sugar

Ginger may have very powerful anti-diabetes properties according to Healthline. In 2015, a study on the effects of ginger on fasting blood sugar levels of type 2 diabetics found that participants who used 2 grams of ginger a day saw a reduction of 12 percent. It also improved hemoglobin A1C – a marker for long-term blood levels – by 10 percent. This is an easy way to reduce your blood sugar levels.

3.Boost Hair Health

The people of East Asia have used ginger as a means to promote hair growth for years. In fact, one study found that there’s a ginger remedy for solving hair problems like hair loss, dandruff and split ends. To create a ginger-based treatment, blend together onion and ginger and various oils (like olive, caster and aloe), then apply to damaged hair.

4.Reduce bad cholesterol

Brissette says ginger can help lower LDL cholesterol levels (the bad kind!), reducing your risk of heart disease. A small recent study affirmed these findings, demonstrating that control groups who consumed three grams of ginger (that's about half a teaspoon) three times a day experienced a significantly higher reduction in triglyceride and cholesterol than the placebo group.

Nutritional profile of Ginger

There are several types of ginger available, however, according to the USDA nutrient database, 1 teaspoon of raw ginger root contains: 

.04 grams protein
.01 grams fat
.36 grams carbohydrates
.03 grams sugar
.01 milligrams iron
.01 grams zinc

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