Zingiber or Suntha, also known as organica ginger extract, is a significant herb/spice in Indian families that is primarily grown in warm, humid climates, particularly in Madras, Cochin, and Travancore. Both the scraped & dried rhizomes as well as the green ones are used. According to Ayurveda, ginger has a strong, spicy flavor and is calming to vitiated vata and kapha. It possesses qualities that reduce intestinal spasms and reduce flatulence and is easily digested and absorbed from the intestines. By eliminating undigested (Aam) meal components, it purges the toxins from the tongue and stimulates appetite. The ginger rhizome's aromatic oil promotes salivary secretion, prevents foul breath, and stimulates the gastrointestinal tract.
In cases of a common cold or cough where the immune system is suppressed and a fever develops, organic ginger is also helpful. It aids in clearing excess mucus from the bronchi and respiratory system and lessens acute bronchitis, sinusitis, headache, and bodyache symptoms. Long-term relief from rheumatic disease symptoms, such as joint heaviness, discomfort, and warmth, can also be achieved by drinking hot water infusions of herbs, such as herbal tea, in the evening. When frequently drank, this herbal tea also functions as an antioxidant, clearing obstructions from blood vessels and reviving the lungs to increase oxygen levels. Together, the three extracts—known as Trikatu—ginger, black pepper (kali miri), and pippali (piper longum)—act as a carminative and boost the bioavailability of the medication taken with Trikatu.
Ginger extract is given topically to the afflicted joint area. Or put warm water on your forehead while using Nilgiri oil (Eucalyptus oil) as a local stimulant and rubefacient to relieve discomfort.
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