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Relaxant and anti-spasmodic herbs: Ginger Root

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Ginger has thick, underground stems (tuberous rhizomes), and it is these knotted and branched rhiz-omes, commonly called the “root,” which are used in cooking and for medicinal purposes. Records of its use in China date to the fourth century BC. As an antispasmodic, ginger is effective in […]

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Herbs for healthy hearts and circulation: Ginger

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Ginger is a pungent, spicy herb native to southern Asia. For thousands of years, ginger has been an important herb used in traditional Asian medicine. It is now cultivated throughout the tropics in countries as diverse as Jamaica, India, and China. It is used as a spice […]

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Herbs for healthy digestion: Ginger Root

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Ginger is a pungent, spicy herb native to southern Asia. For thousands of years, ginger has been an important herb used in traditional Asian medicine. It is now cultivated throughout the tropics in countries as diverse as Jamaica, India, and China. It is used as a spice […]

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1 Anti-inflammatory herbs: Ginger

Excerpt from Dr. Susan Lark’s Healing Herbs for Women Ginger is a pungent, spicy herb native to southern Asia. For thousands of years, ginger has been an important herb used in traditional Asian medicine. It is now cultivated throughout the tropics in countries as diverse as Jamaica, India, and China. It is used as a spice […]

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