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It’s been the longest while ever! I’ve missed everyone in here..your lovely comments, most especially 🙈. How have you been? I hope my blog post meets you well.. And, yes, I’m still having technical issues.. It would be rectified pretty soon.. I promise 😊
I came across this awesome piece from a sister’s blog 👉 Pharmbi. I found it useful and healthful. Trust me, there’s a whole lot to learn from it. I guess you can’t wait to find out! So, dear friends, keep calm and read through 😉 as you’ve always done! 😘
The use of ginger for cooking is widespread. It is known for its palatable taste and healthy benefits. It is also used as herbal remedy for some common ailments.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is effective against nausea, vomiting, motion sickness, weight loss and vertigo. However, it also increases bleeding time and should not be used together with
- anticoagulants such as warfarin, heparin
- Non-Steroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS) such as diclofenac, aspirin, Ibuprofen, piroxicam (felvin)
- Metronidazole (as it increases bioavailability and decreases removal of the drug from the body, leading to drug toxicity – very dangerous)
True, some people with conditions such as stroke, heart attack, deep vein thrombosis, atrial fibrillation or prolonged bed rest may need to take anticoagulants. However, taking these medications with ginger as a herbal supplement (or tea) is dangerous and may worsen side effects such as passing blood in urine or faeces, prolonged nosebleeds, vomiting or coughing blood among others. This may result in severe anemia and can be deadly.
It is however important to note that when used as a food product (in little quantity), the potential side effects as well as interactions of ginger with these drugs may be less pronounced than when it is used as a herbal supplement.
Source 👉 Pharmbi
On digesting this piece, I had to make some adjustments.. I’m sure you have some to make as well.. Please do! And don’t forget to spread the word too 😉
Stay Healthy Always!
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