Ginger Root Cures as ancient as the Garden of Eden!

Ginger root cures are said to originate from the Garden of Eden in European folklore and are written about in 7000 year old Chinese herbal text. They are believed by many to be tried and true miracle herbal treatments for some of today`s chronic conditions.

In India, practitioners of Ayurveda say that Ginger "has every good quality". In China it was used by sailors for motion sickness and other forms of nausea.

After the Greeks learned of this they took the herb back to their home land. In time, they learned to make toasted bread snacks as an after meal treat to prevent indigestion  which became known as ginger snaps.

In some studies it was found that ginger root cures were more effective for motion sickness and postoperative nausea then the leading pharmaceutical alternative.

In early colonization of the America`s ginger beer was used to calm the stomach and this later became the non alcoholic "ginger ail" which is still a popular treatment for nausea and associated headache.

Digestive Disorders
Ginger relieves digestive disorders in two ways. First it relaxes the muscles in the intestinal area. Then it provides digestive enzymes to help the body digest food more effectively. This helps relieve the symptoms of indigestion as well as aids the body in assimulating the nutrition from the food eaten more effeciently. More home remedies for indigestion

Helps prevent Stroke
Ginger remedies are useful in reducing factors associated with risk of stroke. It helps by reducing bad cholesterol and blood pressure along with reducing clotting associated with stroke.

Ulcer treatment and preventative
Ginger remedies have not been found to remove existing Ulcers, but this herbal treatment has been found to reduce symptoms of those with existing conditions and is useful as a preventative of ulcer formation.

Morning Sickness
Ginger remedies are likely one of the most effective natural treatments for pregnancy related nausea. Used in recommended doses it is considered safe and for many, very effective.

Drinking a strong cup of ginger tea or eight ounces of ginger ail is often enough to give fast, effective relief. As a preventative measure you can drink up to 3 cups of ginger tea daily. As ginger ail is often laidened with sugar I recommend the tea, but as an occassional change or treat, the ginger ail is fine.

Ginger Root Cures are also useful for the following conditions.

Arthritis | Bad Breath | Cold Sores | Common Cold | Constipation | Headache | PMS

In additions to the conditions already mentioned, ginger root cures are also recommended for belching, dizziness, flatulence, flu, mentrual cramping and jet lag, among others.

We believe that all illness is an imbalance in the body, mind and spirit connection. To regain balance we recommend eating more whole foods, exercise, practice meditation and deep breathing and find actively pursue a spiritual faith of your choosing.

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