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Zingiber officinale

Proven Health Benefits of Zingiber officinale

Ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe, Zingiberacae) is a medicinal plant that has been widely used in Chinese, Ayurvedic and Tibb-Unani herbal medicines all over the world, since antiquity, for a wide array of ailments that include arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, muscular aches, pains, cramps, indigestion, hypertension, dementia, fever, infectious diseases.
Ginger is a strong anti-oxidant and may either mitigate or prevent generation of free radicals. It is crucial for countering the rigours that accompany male enhancements and activity and keeps your appetite healthy.
Research references
a.          Sutalangka, Chatchada, and Jintanaporn Wattanathorn. "Neuroprotective and cognitive-enhancing
effects of the combined extract of Cyperus rotundus and Zingiber officinale." BMC complementary and
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b.          Nabi, Najar Urfan, et al. "Natural Remedies for Improving Learning and Memory-Review." International
Journal of Pharmaceutical and Phytopharmacological Research
 3.2 (2017): 161-165.
c.          Wattanathorn, Jintanaporn, and Chatchada Sutalangka. "Novel Food Supplement “CP1” Improves Motor
Deficit, Cognitive Function, and Neurodegeneration in Animal Model of Parkinson's
Disease." Rejuvenation research 19.4 (2016): 273-285.
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interventions in ASEAN Plus Six Countries: a systematic review." PloS one 10.1 (2015): e108681.
e.          Lim, Soonmin, et al. "Ginger improves cognitive function via NGF-induced ERK/CREB activation in the
hippocampus of the mouse." The Journal of nutritional biochemistry 25.10 (2014): 1058-1065.
f.            S Panickar, Kiran. "Beneficial effects of herbs, spices and medicinal plants on the metabolic syndrome,
brain and cognitive function." Central Nervous System Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current
Medicinal Chemistry-Central Nervous System Agents)
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g.          Saenghong, Naritsara et al. “ Zingiber Officinale Improves Cognitive Function of the Middle-Aged Healthy
Women.” Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine: eCAM 2012 (2012): 383062. PMC.
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