The composition and properties of ginger
The composition of ginger include calcium, iron, asparagine, chrome, aluminium, Niacin, sodium, magnesium, linoleic acid, vitamins C, B1, B2, B3, and other useful items. This plant contains three percent essential oil, so it has a pungent and spicy aroma. Penelopedevine substance gingerol gives the ginger pungent taste.
In folk medicine most often used is ginger root. He is endowed with anti-inflammatory, analgesic, healing, tonic, resolving, bactericidal, antibacterial, stimulant, antispasmodic, diaphoretic, choleretic and carminative action.
Ginger strengthens the immune system, has antioxidant effects and soothes. A protection against parasites, stimulates digestion and appetite. Effective for allergies, flu, cold and sore throat. Stimulates the thyroid gland, improves cerebral blood circulation, reduces blood pressure.
You can find ginger root. Ginger is also sold in candied and powdered form.
Ginger for breast cancer
Scientists of the Faculty of biological Sciences of the University of King Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia, they have conducted studies, which proved that the ginger extract can be used in the treatment of cancer of the breast.
In their report the scientists noted that regular medicines have medium effectiveness and often have side effects.
Usually breast cancer is treated with hormonal therapy. While usingXia, selective modulators of estrogen receptors. Many patients suffering from metastatic disease, and patients receiving "Тамоксифен2, dying from the relapse.
Scientists have long been engaged in search of a safe cure for cancer. During the study, they worked on primary cancer cells a ginger extract. Ginger has shown anti-cancer properties – selective cytotoxicity. It has been proven that the plant may stop the reproduction of cancer cells. While healthy cells remain intact.
Ginger fights cancer genes and proteins, increases the production of proteins that can fight the disease, but also stops the production of enzymes that cause cancer. Scientists have concluded that ginger could be a breakthrough in modern Oncology.
Some scholars argue that the ginger extract will not help patients fully recover from breast cancer, but it reduces vomiting and nausea after chemotherapy.
It has also been reported that this plant prevents the development of malignant tumors.
How to use ginger in the treatment of breast cancer
For therapeutic purposes, using the powder of dried ginger root. A day should be consumed from 250 mg to 1 g of ginger, washing it down with a small amount of liquid. The dosage should be divided into several receptions.
All patients should consult your doctor and only then take ginger, as it can have an impact on blood clotting.