What is ginger?
Oral ginger is used for driving disorders, morning nausea, cramps, colic, digestion, flatulence, nausea caused by chemotherapy, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, loss of appetite, migraine and discontinuation of SSRI therapy (selective serotonin withdrawal inhibitors).
Ginger is most used as a cure for colds and to improve circulation. Namely, when you feel anger, trembling and other first symptoms of a cold, ginger tea is used as a means of extinguishing.
In chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting, there are contradictory data on ginger efficacy, which probably leads to the conclusion that the reaction is individual. There is evidence that ginger may have mild effects in osteoarthritis. In combination with white onion, devil claw and omega 3-6-9 fatty acids, better results are achieved in rheumatic changes. Studies have shown that results are only apparent after a few weeks of use, in terms of pain relief during standing, during movement and stiffness of the joints. However, it can not fully restore functionality of the bone-muscle system.