Currently the age of the population is increasing as a result of increased life expectancy Ageing is defined as the progressive loss of physiological integrity which can be characterized by functional impairment and high vulnerability to various types of diseases such as diabetes hypertension Alzheimer's disease (AD) Parkinson#x2019 s disease (PD) and atherosclerosis May 25 2019Some studies have shown that ginger has reduced pain and inflammation in patients with osteoarthritis and muscle discomfort and also ginger consumption is recommended in patients with arthritis muscle pain such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis in the traditional medicine (Srivastava and Mustafa 1992 Altman and Marcussen 2001

Recent perspectives on the medicinal potential of ginger

Introduction Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) is a well-known and widely used spice and condiment especially in Asia The rhizome of ginger contains several interesting bioactive constituents and possesses health-promoting properties Interestingly in recent years the demand for ginger has been growing in North America not only for the use as a food

Dec 12 2016The question was whether or not ginger treats osteoarthritis The researchers randomly divided the patients into two groups and treated half of them with a ginger (Zingiber officinalis) compress and half with a ginger transdermal patch – a patent-pending product from New Zealand The patients applied the patch or compress daily

Dec 27 2016Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and thus has been studied as a treatment for arthritis—with mixed results More research is needed on ginger for arthritis (as well as other proposed herbal remedies) according to several research reviews

Aug 04 2020Material loss of the two ginger varieties was in the range of 4 0 to 5 82% for all the moisture contents studied PROCEED NOW TO DOWNLOAD PAGE INTRODUCTION 1 1 Background of the Study Ginger (Zingiber Officinale Roscoe) belongs to the plant family of Zingber raceae It is an erect herbaceous plant which produces underground tuberous stems

Ginger Zingiber officinale family: Zingiberaceae aka: jiang gingembre Ingwer zenzero shoga saenggang gengibre jengibre ingefra Ginger [1] or ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale consumed as a delicacy medicine or spice It

Ginger for Joint Health

Asian herbal spice ginger seems to improve rheumatoid arthritis Popular Asian herb ginger is believed to have soothing and restorative properties It seems to support optimal joint health through: Reducing inflammation By reducing inflammation ginger seems to significantly improve symptoms of common joint conditions such as arthritis Overview Ginger Zingiber officinale

Ginger is thought to help with arthritis due in part to its ability to inhibit prostaglandin and leukotriene production (Srivastava and Mustafa 1992) Ginger As A Treatment Or Preventative For Cancer Research has shown that ginger may be effective in the prevention or treatment of certain types of cancers

2 4 Beneficial Effects of Zingiber officinale on Arthritis Associated Symptoms Ginger has been cultivated since ancient period as a source of medicinal plant in China as well as other countries all over the world for use as a spice and for therapeutic benefits [] Evidences reported that consumption of ginger aids in relieving pain of joints associated with rheumatoid arthritis []

Ginger can help with this type of muscle pain perhaps by reducing inflammation in the taxed muscle But ginger can help with other types of pain too Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis suffered by approximately 20 to 27 million people in the U S This wear-and-tear condition affects the large weight-bearing joints in the body

Mar 10 2020Researchers have presented evidence that ginger can reduce blood pressure by blocking calcium channels (Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology Jan 2005) Ginger for Joint Pain: Arthritis sufferers who couldn't use NSAIDs for pain relief reported good results from highly standardized ginger extracts (Natural Product Research June 2017) In

and two landraces of ginger (Zingiber officinale) Fifteen (15) gamma (γ)-ray induced mutants lines and two landraces of ginger were planted in 2017 early cropping season in the Teaching and Research Farm Department of Crop Science Faculty of Agriculture Forestry and Wildlife Resources Management University of Calabar Calabar Nigeria

Jan 27 2019Ginger is a natural anti-inflammatory that also offers other health benefits In fact the versatile plant can even help boost your mental health Ginger (Zingiber officinale) comes from the rhizome or root of a flowering plant native to China but the spice can grow in any area that is warm and humid Aside from its use as a natural remedy for digestive disorders ginger

including arthritis rheumatism sprains muscular aches pains sore throats cramps constipation Ginger the rhizome of the Zingiber officinale has shown therapeutic role in health management since Further research is defensible to test [6]-gingerol in

Natural antibiotic: Research looks at potential of ginger

Dec 04 2019Ginger is a well-known spice often used in Asian cuisine especially in Indian Thai and Chinese cooking Also known by its scientific name Zingiber officinale ginger belongs to the same family as other medicinal spices like cardamom and turmeric In traditional medicine the root of the ginger plant is used to alleviate digestive problems relieve nausea and

Dec 04 2019Ginger is a well-known spice often used in Asian cuisine especially in Indian Thai and Chinese cooking Also known by its scientific name Zingiber officinale ginger belongs to the same family as other medicinal spices like cardamom and turmeric In traditional medicine the root of the ginger plant is used to alleviate digestive problems relieve nausea and

Hazem M Shaheen Abdelwahab A Alsenosy in Bioactive Food as Dietary Interventions for Arthritis and Related Inflammatory Diseases (Second Edition) 2019 5 4 Ginger Zingiber officinalis (ZO) also known as ginger is a common spice used in Asian cuisine and a traditional remedy for joint diseases in ethnomedicine 27 Nevertheless the ginger extract inconsistently

- 7 5 %) is a crude extract of ginger rhizome that can obtained by solvent extraction followed by removal of solvents while ginger oil can be obtained by water extraction or steam distillation The composition of the ginger rhizome is summarized in Fig 2 Cultivation Z officinale also known as ginger belongs to the family

Mar 10 2020Researchers have presented evidence that ginger can reduce blood pressure by blocking calcium channels (Journal of Cardiovascular Pharmacology Jan 2005) Ginger for Joint Pain: Arthritis sufferers who couldn't use NSAIDs for pain relief reported good results from highly standardized ginger extracts (Natural Product Research June 2017) In

Dec 04 2019Ginger is a well-known spice often used in Asian cuisine especially in Indian Thai and Chinese cooking Also known by its scientific name Zingiber officinale ginger belongs to the same family as other medicinal spices like cardamom and turmeric In traditional medicine the root of the ginger plant is used to alleviate digestive problems relieve nausea and

3 It inhibits pain A review of 8 clinical trials shows that ginger's anti-inflammatory effect helps in the reduction of pain 247 patients treated with ginger extract showed a significant reduction in knee pain in the 6-week study Mild GI effects were reported in the ginger group 2g of ginger taken daily can reduce pain stemming from vigorous exercise

Aug 04 2020Material loss of the two ginger varieties was in the range of 4 0 to 5 82% for all the moisture contents studied PROCEED NOW TO DOWNLOAD PAGE INTRODUCTION 1 1 Background of the Study Ginger (Zingiber Officinale Roscoe) belongs to the plant family of Zingber raceae It is an erect herbaceous plant which produces underground tuberous stems

Objective To evaluate the efficacy and safety of a standardized and highly concentrated extract of 2 ginger species Zingiber officinale and Alpinia galanga (EV EXT 77) in patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee Methods Two hundred sixty‐one patients with OA of the knee and moderate‐to‐severe pain were enrolled in a randomized double‐blind placebo‐controlled