The REAL Benefit of Ginger

Find out when to take ginger and when NOT to take ginger.

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0:00 Introduction: Ginger health benefits
1:40 When not to eat ginger
3:04 Check out my other video on apple cider vinegar and lemon!

In this video, we’ll discuss some of ginger’s health benefits and when it may not be an appropriate remedy.

For thousands of years, ginger has been used as a powerful remedy for many conditions.

Some of the amazing benefits of ginger include:
• Antimicrobial properties
• Anti-inflammatory properties
• Anti-diabetic properties
• Anti-cancer properties
• Helping with menstrual pain
• Helping with arthritis
• Increasing HDL
• Improving heartburn

One of the most well-known uses of ginger is its ability to relieve nausea. Ginger can help with nausea associated with chemotherapy, pregnancy, menstruation, and surgery.

Ginger has some contraindications, so it may not always be the best remedy for you. Don’t take ginger if you’re on Warfarin or other blood thinners like aspirin. Ginger helps thin the blood, so you also won’t want to take it if you have a bleeding disorder.

Ginger inhibits insulin, so don’t take it if you’re on insulin. Ginger can lower blood pressure, so avoid it if you’re taking blood pressure medication. Ginger also stimulates the gallbladder, so don’t consume it if you have gallstones.

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Dr. Eric Berg received his Doctor of Chiropractic degree from Palmer College of Chiropractic in 1988. His use of “doctor” or “Dr.” in relation to himself solely refers to that degree. Dr. Berg is a licensed chiropractor in Virginia, California, and Louisiana, but he no longer practices chiropractic in any state and does not see patients, so he can focus on educating people as a full-time activity, yet he maintains an active license. This video is for general informational purposes only. It should not be used to self-diagnose, and it is not a substitute for a medical exam, cure, treatment, diagnosis, prescription, or recommendation. It does not create a doctor-patient relationship between Dr. Berg and you. You should not make any change in your health regimen or diet before first consulting a physician and obtaining a medical exam, diagnosis, and recommendation. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

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Thanks for watching! I hope this explains when and when not to consume ginger. I’ll see you in the next video.

Dave McKinnon
 

  • @DiogenesTheFrog says:

    Not new, we have been using ginger in India since time immemorial. Whenever I get a cold I don’t have pharmaceutical pills, I have ginger tea

    • @geethatm7883 says:

      Exactly, ginger with black pepper tea s given to that person suffering from cold or stomach upset in India

    • @ZaniahSlayed says:

      Not new in America either my family has used it everyday my whole life

    • @Drberg says:

      Thanks for sharing another usage of ginger.

    • @DiogenesTheFrog says:

      @@Drberg wow! My comment was read by the legendary dr.berg himself!

      Love you, you’re doing god’s work educating the masses on how to heal ourselves! Thank you for everything that you do!

    • @Drberg says:

      You are very welcome, thanks for watching and for the kind acknowledgement!

  • @basslover1345 says:

    I juice a big piece of ginger every day with lemon or celery. I am 62 and I have no problem. Thank God

  • @johnq.public3302 says:

    Buy ginger at the grocery store, cut off 3-4 thing slices and steep in hot water for about 5-10 minutes. Delicious. Thanks for another great vid Doc!

  • @bethmainagakunga4017 says:

    Ginger shots and lemon every morning..❤❤❤ is great

  • @saltylatte5991 says:

    My drink of choice is fresh ginger, turmeric mixed with boiling water flavored with lemon and honey to taste.

  • @C.N.1 says:

    Ginger may positively impact testosterone production.
    Testosterone is essential for male health, and diet can play a role in its regulation.
    Oh, I’m not talking ginger snaps. 😐 Have a great day, everyone! From the United States of America! 👊

  • @bhaskervm99 says:

    Since the time of covid i started to take ginger tea three times a day and it helped me in many ways. I live in India.

  • @romanroman260 says:

    appreciate you Sir👍
    cheers from Ukraine 🇺🇦

  • @louiseahmedtropicalplantgr5000 says:

    Im just recovering from pneumonia and having a slice of ginger in my tea every day has made a difference.

  • @zinavs says:

    Thank you DR.Berg
    ginger and garlic in the food processor.
    Mix with a little bit of olive oil
    A tablespoon every day
    is addictive. Lol
    Delicious!
    Blood pressure is down.

    • @ewa5803 says:

      I do this too. I sometimes also add some lemons (with a little bit of peel) and olive oil and salt. Delicious healthy dressing that goes with almost everything. You can make a bigger portion and store part of it in a freezer.

    • @zinavs says:

      @@ewa5803 I squeeze a half of the lemon with a glass of water and drink this every day.
      For many years.
      Stay healthy!

  • @alexab2016 says:

    I dehydrate ginger and lemons and turn them into powder that I mix with apple cider vinegar and warm water and a bit of honey
    I drink this once a day 😊

  • @BainsPummy says:

    Good morning Dr Berg, I’m drinking Ginger,Lemon and ACV every morning for years. You are saving lives.Thank You Sir.

  • @armoredcorefan2719 says:

    I drink ginger teas everyday. Not only it’s good for you, but ginger has also been used to make gingerbread cookies.

  • @mekman4 says:

    Ginger and Flax seeds are where I started my natural remedy journey. Ginger was very eye opening.

    Thank you always!

  • @JazzyGems111 says:

    I keep my ginger in the freezer to prolong freshness. I then just use a cheese grater to use what I need. I also dehydrate grated ginger and store in jars. Love it! Thanks Dr. Berg! ❤️

  • @chris_economou says:

    I have been drinking ginger tea on a daily basis for years. I first fell in love with the root when I was pregnant in 2007. I swear by this tea as part of my health routine.

  • @charifyks2500 says:

    Ginger and turmeric are the ultimate superfoods ever!

  • @Sharon-hr2 says:

    Thank you DR.Bergrn ginger and garlic in the food processor.rnMix with a little bit of olive oil rnA tablespoon every dayrn is addictive. LolrnDelicious! rnBlood pressure is down

  • @user-lb6dh4xd9p says:

    Thank you for your sharing this ❤❤❤

  • @ChefTillDeath says:

    Been waiting for this video my whole life

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