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  1. kind2creatures

    Ginger to Improve Markers for Type 2 Diabetes

    The value of Ginger for Type 2 Diabetes. Full article here. http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/modest-dose-ginger-improves-8-markers-diabetes-type-2
  2. kind2creatures

    GINGER'S Evidence-Based Health Benefits

    Ginger has many evidence-based health benefits including anti-inflammatory, cancer fighting, diabetes, nausea, digestion and much more. Read all the benefits and tips on what forms to use and buy here...http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2014/06/30/ginger-health-benefits.aspx
  3. kind2creatures

    Ginger Herb

    September Herb of the Month: Ginger Zingiber officinale is a warming, spicy and soothing culinary herb used for 5,000 years in Chinese medicine and Ayurvedic healing practices. Ginger contains more than a dozen anti-viral components which treat many common ailments. Its anti-viral and pain...
  4. kind2creatures

    Herbs for Digestive Health

    Discovering Digestive Health: Top Herbs Our digestive system is one large system, with a lot of opportunity for things to go wrong along the way! The two major causes of almost every gastrointestinal disorder is diet and stress! Eating a healthy diet, maintaining a healthy weight, exercising...
  5. kind2creatures

    Benefits of the Spice/Herb Ginger

    Article on some of the basic benefits of Ginger...http://www.naturalnews.com/035574_ginger_herb_healing.html
  6. HeavyTZM

    herbs and spices?

    Hey guys, I'm thinking about getting into making some of my own pills with a capsule machine. I currently take 3 tsp of cinnamon and 1 tsp of cayenne a day. I don't like taking the cayenne, so I was thinking about making some pills with that. I would like to make some more pills with other...
  7. kind2creatures

    How To Use Fresh Ginger

    Lauded for its digestive and anti-inflammatory benefits, fresh ginger offers a unique, spicy-sweet bite and warming effect. Originally from Southeast Asia, ginger “root” is actually a rhizome—an underground-growing stem. It’s very fibrous; for easy prep, peel and then chop against the grain, or...
  8. kind2creatures

    Ginger, Green Tea and Cancer

    Good article and links regarding Ginger, Green Tea and cancer... Read Full Article: http://www.healthyfellow.com/904/ginger-green-tea-and-cancer/#more-904
  9. G

    lupus and fibromyalgia

    Woke up one morning in April with inflamation and not being able to move in early April and the road since then has been on that gives me new symptoms each week. More testing will take place, but the rumetologist is leaning towards lupus. I seem to need 12hrs sleep on weekends and less than 8hrs...
  10. kind2creatures

    Pickled Ginger

    Homemade Pickled Ginger - Eat well and thrive by Dianne Wawrzyniak-Marshall (NaturalNews) The sapor of fresh, mature ginger root is half spicy and peppery, somewhat lemony, slightly sweet and pungent. Mingling a sweet and sour brine-pickling liquid with ginger adds new dimensions of taste...
  11. kind2creatures

    Healthy Pumpkin Butter

    Recipe: Healthy Pumpkin Butter This is a wonderful recipe that is appropriate for vegans and those seeking a low glycemic and healthy option. 1 15-oz can pumpkin puree 1/2 cup agave syrup 1 t. cinnamon 1/2 t. ginger 1/4 t. ground cloves 1/8 t. nutmeg Pinch of salt Preparation: Combine...
  12. saved1986


    Co worker needs advice. I found ginger root helps, anything else?
  13. K

    Morning sickness

    In pregnancy the golden rule is not to use any form of medication, including herbs, unless absolutely necessary. But morning sickness can be very distressing and in some cases threaten maternal nutrition. Ginger is a traditional remedy for the problem - a fact backed up by four sound studies -...
  14. kind2creatures

    Ginger Ale's Amazing Health Benefits

    Ginger Ale's Amazing Health Benefits ==================================== According to a health dictionary, Ginger means "nutrition", and Ale means "medicinal". Last year, caretakers in my farmland planted a lot of ginger. As a result, we harvested almost 10 sacks of ginger. The problem was...
  15. G

    Echinacea and Garlic

    Okay, everyone! For those are interested, here's another article in memory of Mother. This one is about home remedies involving echinacea and garlic. I would appreciate feedback, especially anyone who has used echinacea and/or garlic as a cold or flu remedy. Thanks, Greenmom...
  16. Harry Hirsute

    Ginger - The Statin Alternative?

    I don't think statins have much, if any, place in modern medicine. But, if one is considering using a statin ... why not give ginger a try first? http://www.vitasearch.com/get-clp-summary/37855
  17. scorpiotiger

    using ginger

    recently, I fixed some yogurt for a chinese friend of mine. My latest way to fix yogurt is to grate fresh ginger into plain yogurt, and add sweetener. oh! it is so good! My friend was surprised, and she uses ginger all the time and eats yogurt, but hadn't tried combining the two. so, I'm...
  18. Harry Hirsute

    High Protein Drink, Ginger & Chemotherapy

  19. Harry Hirsute

    Ginger May Help Protect Against Alcohol-Induced Liver Damage