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What are the benefits of eating more ginger? What are the benefits of ginger

Ginger is an ingredient that we often eat in our diet. Ginger can remove the fishy smell, cover up the bad taste of food, and make food more delicious. In addition to these functions, ginger also has a great effect on health. Can ginger dispel cold and relieve pain? As for ginger's other functions, let's have a detailed understanding.

Ginger has the function of detoxification and sterilization. Gingerol in ginger enters the body and can produce an antioxidant enzyme. It has a strong ability to deal with oxygen free radicals, much stronger than vitamin E. Ginger can stimulate gastric mucosa, cause reflex excitation of vascular motor center and sympathetic nerve, promote blood circulation, stimulate gastric function, and achieve the functions of strengthening stomach, relieving pain, sweating and antipyretic. Ginger can also enhance the secretion of gastric juice and peristalsis of intestinal wall to help digestion; Zingiberene and zingiberene in ginger also have obvious antiemetic effect.

Ginger has the effect of inhibiting skin fungi and killing Trichomonas vaginalis. It can treat various carbuncle and sore. Ginger can inhibit the activity of cancer cells and reduce the toxicity of cancer, which can play the role of cancer prevention. Ginger has the effect of sweating, relieving exterior, warming lung, relieving cough and detoxification. It can treat exogenous wind cold, stomach cold, vomiting, wind cold cough, abdominal pain, diarrhea, fish and crab poison, etc. It is worth noting that ginger should not be eaten at night. Its gingerol stimulates intestinal peristalsis, which can enhance the function of spleen and stomach during the day. At night, it has become a major problem affecting sleep and intestinal injury, so it is not suitable to eat at night.

The above paragraphs are a good introduction to the benefits of eating more ginger. I believe that as long as you read the above contents carefully, you will have a deeper understanding and a more proficient grasp of these benefits. Of course, I would also like to remind you that we must be clear about the people ginger is suitable for, but also to understand some of its food taboos, so as to give full play to the role of birth ginger.