Ginger Capsule

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Ginger the perennial herb is originated in India and was introduced the China at a very early date. Ginger has been used as a spice and medicine from ancient times by the India’s and the chines. Ginger was known in Europe in the first century A.D and was mentioned by discordance and Pliny. There are numerous references to ginger in Sanskrit literature and in Chinese medical treatises. The Sanskrit name Singabera gave rise to the Greek Zingiber and to the Latin Zingiber. Ginger has been used as a medicine in India from Vedic period and is called great medicine. Ancient physicians used it as a carminative or anti flatulent.

Galen, the Greek physician, used ginger to treat paralysis caused by phlegmatic imbalance in the body. Aviceena the Arab physician used it as an aphrodisiac centuries ago pomose also used ginger in the treatment of gout.

Ginger is pungent and a bit bitter in taste. It acts as digestive, carminative, stomach, anti pyreutic, generates heat expels flatus and cough, purifies blood and is invigorating. According to Hakeem Hashmi, well-respected unani practitioner, the composition of ginger varies with the type or variety, Region, Agro climatic conditions, methods of curing, drying, packaging and stomach. Ginger is widely used in local medicines in India and the Far East. Taken internally it is a stimulating carminative and externally, it is used as a rub efficient that is counter irritant for relief of muscular pain like many other spice, ginger is believed to have aphrodisiac properties.

DIGESTIVE DISORDERS:

In the treatment of dyspepsia, flatulence, colic vomiting spasms and other painful affections of stomach and the bowls not accompanied by fever ginger is extremely beneficial. Chewing a piece of fresh ginger regularly after meals prevents these ailments.
Half a teaspoon of fresh ginger juice, mixed with one teaspoon each of fresh lime and mint juices and a tablespoon of honey, constitutes an effective medicine for dyspepsia, nausea and vomiting due to bilcousness indigestion cause by intake of heavy non-vegetarian and fried fatty food morning sickness, jaundice and piles. This mixture should be taken thrice daily in the treatment of these conditions.

COUGH & COLD:-

One tsp mixture of juices- ginger, garlic & honey (in equal QTY) taken 2-3 time a day relieves bronchial congestion cures cough and gives relief in Asthma.

    # Heated ginger juice with honey (1-tsp each) 3 times a day for few days cures cold & Cough and gives relief in Asthma.
    # 10 gms of ginger pieces boiled in water taken with sugar and milk like tea 2-3 Times a day cures cold & coughs
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EARACHE:-

One drop of ginger oil (ginger juice boiled in mustered oil) put in ear relieves earache.

RESPIRATORY DISORDERS:

One teaspoon of ginger juice mixed with a cup of fenugreek decoction and honey to taste makes an excellent diaphoretic mixture to proliferate sweating and reduces fever in influenza. It acts as an expectorant in bronchitis, Asthma, whooping cough and tuberculosis of the lungs

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