What does ginger do to your body?

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Ginger is a spice that is often used in Asian cooking and is also known for its medicinal properties. It has been used in traditional medicine for centuries for its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.

Ginger and inflammation

Ginger may also help reduce inflammation in the digestive system. This can help improve digestion and reduce bloating and flatulence.

Ginger and nausea

Ginger is also known for its anti-nausea effects. It can help with motion sickness, morning sickness and nausea due to chemotherapy. Ginger can slow gastric emptying, helping food stay in the stomach longer and reducing nausea.

Ginger and Digestion

Ginger can also aid digestion. It can help relieve stomach cramps, gas and indigestion. Ginger can increase the production of stomach acid, improving digestion. In addition, it can promote the absorption of nutrients.

Ginger and the immune system

Ginger can also boost the immune system. It contains antioxidants that can help fight harmful substances in the body. In addition, ginger may reduce the risk of infections and shorten the duration of colds and flu.

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Ginger has numerous health benefits and can contribute to a healthy body in several ways. That's also why we use it at Good Jamu in our Island Ginger jamu. It can reduce inflammation, relieve nausea, aid digestion, boost the immune system and regulate blood sugar levels. Add ginger to your diet or drink it as a tea to take advantage of the benefits this spice has to offer. Try one of our recipes to make it easier to integrate ginger into your daily life.

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