Ginger is good for arthritis

Ginger (Zingiber officinalis) is a tropical plant and has been cultivated for thousands of years in India and China.

The Ginger roots are harvested when it is about 10 cm. long and is used particularly as a spice and as an example are one of the ingredients in curry.

It stimulates our circuit and therefore it is also used in treatments against rheumatic diseases. Several scientific studies suggests that supplementation of ginger can benefit people with osteoarthritis. It is clear that ginger can reduce mild pain and increase mobility in osteoarthritis of the knees and hips.

Ginger also inhibits the clumping of blood platelets, which is really good for the circulation.

Eventually promotes ginger digestion, is antiseptic, antipyretic, expectorant, warming and are useful in the treatment of colds and flu, as it is inflammatory inhibitory.