Source : : Ginger, Zingiber officinale, saunth,
Form : : Capsules / Ginger Extract-5%
Found In : : India, Nepal,
Ginger is a medicinal plant that has been widely used in Ayurvedic and Tibb-Unani herbal medicines all over the world and has a long history of use in traditional systems of medicine. Gingerol and shogaol are two most active constituents of ginger based preparations. They are reported to demonstrate antiemetic, antipyretic, analgesic, antiarthritic, and anti inflammatory activities. Ginger, the rhizome of Zingiber officinale, is one of the most widely used species of the ginger family (Zingiberaceae) and is a common condiment for various foods and beverages.
Vitaminhaat's curcumin with piperine, Ginger capsules enhanced formula delivers curcumin complex added piperine per serving includes 95 percent HPLC curcuminoids 450mg 95 percent, piperine 5mg and Ginger 100mg Per Capsule.
Health Benefits :
The gingerols and shogaols were subsequently identified as the main anti-emetic compounds in ginger.
Early Indian and Japanese research found that oral and intragastric application of fresh ginger decoction produced a stimulant action on gastric secretion. 6-gingerol and 10-gingerol were identified as the active components and fresh ginger also contains a proteolytic enzyme.
Ginger and 6-gingerol inhibited experimental gastric ulcers in rats. Fresh ginger decocted in water resulted in symptomatic improvement in 10 patients with peptic ulcers.
Ginger extract inhibited carrageenan-induced paw swelling and was as active as aspirin. Essential oil of ginger inhibited chronic adjuvant arthritis in rats.
Ginger exerted a powerful positive inotropic effect on isolated guinea pigs left atria. Gingerols were identified as the active components.
Extracts of ginger have pronounced antioxidant activity comparable to that of synthetic antioxidant preservatives.
Vitaminhaat's curcumin 95%, ginger 5% boswellia serrata AKBA 30%, piperine 95% per capsule for better joint health. Ginger is carminative, pungent, stimulant, used widely for indigestion, stomachache, malaria and fevers. It is chiefly used to cure diseases due to morbidity of Kapha and Vata. Ginger with lime juice and rock salt increases appetite and stimulates the secretion of gastric juices. It is said to be used for abdominal pain, anorexia, arthritis, atonic dyspepsia, bleeding, cancer, chest congestion, chicken pox, cholera, chronic bronchitis, cold extremities, colic, colitis, common cold, cough, cystic fibrosis, diarrhoea, difficulty in breathing, dropsy, fever, flatulent, indigestion, disorders of gallbladder, hyperacidity, hypercholesterolemia, hyperglycemia, indigestion, morning sickness, nausea, rheumatism, sore throat, throat ache, stomach ache and vomiting. Ginger, in conjunction with other pungent Ayurvedic herbs, increased the bioavailability of a number of drugs by promoting their absorption and/or protecting them from being metabolized in their first passage through the liver.