Ginger is probably most often heard when talking about ginger bread houses or popular spices used in meals but amazingly it has a number of astonishing health benefits. Many of Gingers shocking medical and general health benefits include preventing colds, fevers, nausea and arthritis and additional research proves that ginger can be used to prevent motion sickness and vomiting during pregnancy (Zanteson, lori 2014). One study done on pregnant women shows that 88% of those tested saw relief from nausea with just one...
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