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Can Ginger Help Heal Type 2 Diabetes?

Can Ginger Help Heal Type 2 Diabetes?

| Mar 16, 2018

Ginger is a wondrously healing and versatile plant. Besides being a pungent, spicy addition to a wide variety of dishes, it also offers an impressive array of specific health benefits, many of which we’ve discussed in previous articles. Ginger extract has been shown to be effective against bacterial, viral, fungal, and parasitic pathogens (which gives […]

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Ginger More Effective than Chemotherapy (and much more)

Ginger More Effective than Chemotherapy (and much more)

| Jan 28, 2018

After reading one of our many articles about the healing marvels of turmeric, you may have headed to your local health food store or coop to pick up some raw root. If so, you probably noticed that it’s very often displayed alongside ginger. These botanically related roots are similar in many ways—they share the same […]

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Ginger: The “Natural” Medicine

Ginger: The “Natural” Medicine

| Aug 30, 2017

Ginger is valued for many reasons—as a delicious, pungent spice, a tasty tea ingredient, sometimes even as a natural home remedy—but rarely as a bonafide medicine. This beautiful, golden root of ancient and widespread origin has been used for over 5,000 years in the healing systems of India and China, and yet it has been […]

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Combine Superfoods to Make them EVEN MORE Healing

Combine Superfoods to Make them EVEN MORE Healing

| Jun 23, 2016

“Superfoods” have been the object of both admiration and criticism in recent years. Some health experts claim that “superfood” is merely a label that allows product manufacturers to charge a significantly higher price. They argue that in many cases, superfoods aren’t actually any more healing or nutritionally rich than some of our more run-of-the-mill dietary […]

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