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  • Geri Legg

    Ten Natural Remedies for Gas & BloatingDrinking ginger tea and eating fresh ginger root are two of the best remedies for gas. Add small amounts of ginger (both dried and fresh) to your food, as desired. You can also take a teaspoon of fresh grated ginger before meals for gas relief.

  • Kathy Ottman

    Natural Cures Not Medicine: 10 HEALTH BENEFITS OF GINGER

  • Kayla Meier

    Ginger root is native to India and China and has been used medicinally for centuries. The health benefits of Ginger include; improved digestion, helps nausea, helps morning sickness, treats ulcers, helps with arthritis, gets rid of colds & flu, and is an anti inflammatory.

  • Rita

    Ginger Root: Home Remedies for aches and pains, menstrual cramps, constipation, motion sickness, crohn's disease, poor circulation, kidney stones, and more... ~ Megan's Mind

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