The proof that God has thought of everything when he created the planet is in front of us. And by creating roots and tubers, God has thought to man, his beloved creature, infusing health in the roots, which would be of service to man for life on God’s planet.
Ginger is among God’s greatest medicines in the world. Ginger has long been used to treat inflammation and nausea, but the results which were presented in the class of the American Association for Cancer Research reveal that in each instance when ginger powder was used to treat cancer cells, they were all destroyed after exposure to this ingredient. In medical parlance this is called apoptosis (programmed cell death).
When ginger is present, the cancer cells even attack each other, and it is called autophagy. While ginger is considered as a great natural remedy for those who undergo chemotherapy (nausea), people with cancer can use it on their own in large quantities. However, for full and almost certain cure of cancer, for the treatment it is recommended only ginger, without chemotherapy and in combination with other natural drugs, such as honey.
Another study that shows that ginger ability to fight ovarian cancer states: Ginger prevents growth and modulates the secretion of angiogenic factors in ovarian cancer cells. The use of dietary substances as ginger has potential in the treatment and prevention of ovarian cancer.
A wide range of medicinal properties in treating various diseases!
It has been cultivated for thousands of years, it was mentioned centuries before Christ in China, and in the Middle Ages it saved people from the plague, treating heart problems. As in the past, today it is mostly used in kitchens back in Asia, and the specific exotic oriental and global popularity and long process of ripening are the reason for its slightly higher price.
The value of ginger is in the content of its active substances that have analgesic, sedative, antipyretic and antibacterial effects. Consumption of ginger treats gastrointestinal disorders caused by travel sickness or pregnancy. Also, ginger has no undesirable side effects, such as for example, drowsiness, which appears after taking pharmaceutical preparations. It facilitates digestion (stimulates peristalsis and the secretion of gastric juice), works against flatulence and reduces stomach cramps. Ginger is also taken to boost the appetite.
It has a preventive effect against infectious diseases as an antiseptic (destroying microorganisms), stimulates the secretion of mucus and in this way relieves cough and relieves pain in the throat. It also acts anti-inflammatory, it relates to many diseases, among other things, to rheumatoid arthritis – when taking ginger it reduces pain, swelling and morning stiffness, and improves joint mobility. It acts as an anticoagulant, i.e. prevents blood clotting and thrombus formation.
It acts beneficially to the liver and reduces cholesterol. It helps with migraines and other types of headaches. Also, ginger lowers fever. It acts as an antioxidant, i.e. against the damaging effects of free radicals, and among other things, it contains curcumin and acts against cancer and atherosclerosis.
Ginger can be used in unlimited quantities, as a spice, as a juice or tea in food or drink. As a spice it is present in all stores, and as a root – look for it in stores of organic food.
Try this bulbous plant donated by God, and if your wish is big enough, with God’s help you’ll get rid of diseases and ailments!