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Ginger Anti Nausea
Ginger possesses antioxidant properties and may be added to edible oils and
fats to protect them against oxidative rancidity. The phenolic
constituents of the alcohol-soluble fraction of the spice are responsible for
the anti-oxidant effect. Ginger is valued in medicine as a carminative and
stimulant to the gastro-intestinal tract. It is much in vogue as a
household remedy for flatulence and colic. An extra of ginger is used as
an adjunct to many tonic and stimulant and rubefacient. Alchoholic
extracts of the spice have been found to stimulate the vasomotor and respiratory
centers of anesthetized cats; they also stimulate and heart. Ginger is
reported to contain an anti-histaminic factor. In veterinary practice,
ginger is used as a stimulant and carminative in atonic indigestion of horses
Directions: Take 1 or 2 capsules twice daily with meals.