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Ginger 1oz

Ginger 1oz
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Stimulant, dispeptic [settles upset stomach], diaphoretic [promotes elimination by sweating], diuretic [water retention], carminative [dispels gas], digestaid
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GINGER

Although Ginger has been known and enjoyed by both sexes in Japan and China for thousands of years, it can be truly said to be especially the woman's friend. Ginger is traditionally used with great relish as a digestaid by Chinese and Japanese and is served with the food.

For the woman, increased circulatory flow to the reproductive organs carries warmth and remove obstructions. If flow of milk is too scant and the baby demands feeding every two hours, rest can be afforded by enriching the milk flow by mother taking Ginger. The stimulating and warming effect when taken as a tonic are a true comfort, especially in northern climates.

Should a person decide to put a little Ginger in his or her life, the benefits of the herb will not be disappointing. Many an upset stomach has been prevented and corrected by the used of Ginger. It's action is swift and effective.

Russian experience reports great relief with Ginger in the maladies of migraines, alcohol and lymphatic problems, as well as heart troubles, heart palpitations and lack of stamina in children.

Dosage | 1 to 40 drops as desired. If tormenting gas, 40 to 80 drops in a cup of water and then go someplace where you can be alone.

This information is about historical observations and historical information relating to herbs. This information is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice by licensed physicians. A person should consult a physician regularly in all matters relating to medical problems, especially in matters of diagnosing, treating or curing diseases or other physical or mental conditions. This information has not been verified by the American Medical Association or the Food and Drug Administration.


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