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 Post subject: General Botanical Aspects of Ginger
PostPosted: Sat May 03, 2008 10:21 am 

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Ginger is the rhizome of Zingiber officinale Rose., a herbaceous perennial belonging to Zingiberacea, and is believed to be native of south-eastern Asia. It is propagated through rhizomes. The rhizomes put forth erect, leafy stems, 30-90 cm in height. The base of the leaves sheathe the stem. The leaves are light-green, 15-20 cm long, narrow, lanceolate and with a prominent midrib. The flowers are small, yellowish, speckled, each with a purple speckled lip and borne on spike. When the plants are about 9 months old, the green leaves turn yellow.

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 Post subject: Aspects of Ginger in medicine
PostPosted: Tue Sep 23, 2008 5:31 pm 

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Ginger, valued as a spice since antiquity has been used through ages in almost all systems of medicine against many a maladies. It is now accepted as a drug of choice for nausea and vomiting even in severe pregnancy related morning sickness. A natural pain reliever and an anti-inflammatory agent, ginger has been clinically established as a drug for rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. It is also useful in curing ulcer and preventing heart attack and stroke. A number of active constituents have been isolated from the ginger oleoresin and characterized during the last three decades.
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