Saturday, January 1, 2011

Banish Tired with Ginger


Banish Tired with Ginger
Banish Tired with Ginger - Ginger is one of the ingredients used in the plural enough daily food or Asian societies. This spice has a distinctive aroma and flavor, plus an excellent benefits for the body.

So far we know ginger is used in foods to add flavor and created a drink to warm the body. Apparently, in addition, ginger is also good to nourish the body, including relieve nausea, vomiting, pregnant women, nausea due to chemotherapy, intoxicated by the movement, until the muscle tension. Regarding the usefulness eliminate muscle tension was only recently recognized by researchers who found that ginger has a content similar to drugs in pharmacies, such as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen.

Researchers at the University of Georgia and Georgia College and State University divided 74 respondents in the three groups. One group provided raw ginger, ginger one another given the heated, and the other, a placebo in the form of powder mixed with warm water, one more in the form of powders which are consumed directly. They were asked to eat ginger before the workout lifting weights. Those who consume ginger admitted has decreased pain in muscles after exercise by 25 percent compared to that consumed ginger false.

It was concluded, ginger appears to have similar strength painkiller (pain relievers). Chris Black, PhD, professor of kinesiology at Georgia College and State University, explained that according to his research, ginger contains anti-inflammatory, against the enzyme that makes sick, just as aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen. Therefore, people who consume ginger does not feel or experience swelling of muscle after lifting a heavy load.

According to Black, you can use ginger as a pain reliever muscle in the following manner:

1. Can be used at any time, it's better than taking pain medication. According to him, consuming about 2 tablespoons of ginger tea a day (2 grams), is expected to meet the need. He do not know what long term effects of consumption of ginger. Black estimates that, because it has a similar content of aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen, excessive use of ginger can cause blood thinning, or problems for a sensitive stomach. However, the research he did, no side effects reported by the respondents.

2. Black recommends that you eat ginger every day for a week before you engage in activities that will lead to inflamed muscles, like running a marathon, climbing a cliff, or gardening all day. On the day of strenuous activity, and thereafter it is also recommended. No matter what time it is consumed ginger.

3. Ginger comes in many forms, either mixed with tea, powder, capsules, or in the form of original roots. Black says, no matter in what form of ginger is consumed. Can also be used as additional cooking.

1 comment:

  1. I bet you won't guess which muscle in your body is the muscle that gets rid of joint and back pains, anxiety and excessive fat.

    If this "hidden" most powerful primal muscle is healthy, we are healthy.

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