Ginger has been a part of natural medicine for centuries. This powerful root is used for treatment of many diseases due to its numerous healing properties. Even modern science recognizes the health benefits that ginger offers. Ginger contains gingerols, umbrellas, and shogaols-anti-carcinogenic compounds, according to a study published in the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology. Numerous other studies have also confirmed that ginger is very efficient in destroying cancer cells in prostate, ovarian, and colon cancer. Hence, some people consider that the anti-carcinogenic properties of ginger can even be more efficient than chemotherapy.

 

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Ginger destroys prostate cancer cells

An American study, published in the British Journal of Nutrition, showed that ginger extract can stop the development of prostate cancer cells when it is consumed on a daily basis, 100 mg per weight. The results showed that ginger extract also decreased the growth of prostate cancer in around 56% of respondents. It was estimated that 100 grams of fresh ginger per day can lead to the same results in adults weighing up to 70 kilograms. Furthermore, according to the study, ginger did not influence other cells in the organism, such as the bones or the stomach cells, which divide quickly. All in all, ginger is a more efficient treatment for prostate cancer than chemotherapy, since chemotherapy also influences the healthy cells in the organism.

Ginger destroys ovarian cancer cells

Angiogenesis describes the progression of cancer. If the angiogenesis is stopped in the early phase, then cancer can be efficiently prevented. A study published by the BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, discovered that the growth of cancer cells can be disabled by the active ingredients in the ginger root which have anti-angiogenic properties. In fact, the study showed that ginger is highly useful in preventing and treating ovarian cancer. Studies presented by theAmerican Cancer Association, done by the researchers from the University of Michigan, showed that ginger efficiently destroys cancer cells. Additionally, ovarian cancer cells do not become resistant to this type of therapy, as is the case in chemotherapy. All in all, ginger is very useful for patients diagnosed with ovarian cancer, more than chemotherapy, since it has less side effects and it is less toxic.

Ginger and colon cancer

In 2003, at a Frontiers conference for cancer prevention, researchers showed important evidence about ginger’s ability to prevent colon cancer. Another study, from 2015, published in the Journal of Nutrition showed that ginger is not beneficial only in preventing colon cancer, but that its root can destroy already existing colorectal cancer cells. This makes ginger a therapeutic option for patients diagnosed with colon cancer.

Why is ginger a better option than chemotherapy?

More and more evidence point out that ginger is highly beneficial in prevention of several types of cancer including ovarian, prostate, and colon cancer. One of the biggest advantages of ginger is the natural and less invasive treatment than chemotherapy. This means that ginger destroys cancer cells, while the healthy ones remain untouched. What’s more, it is not toxic. One drawback could be that ginger extract has not yet become an acceptable anti-carcinogenic treatment, because further research is needed. Namely, most of the studies conducted by now were either done in vitro or with mice.

Since ginger benefits are undisputed, the best thing you can do to take out the most from ginger is to include it in your diet. Recommended daily intake is 4g rams per day. Pregnant women should intake only 1 gram per day.

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Ginger has been a part of natural medicine for centuries. This powerful root is used for treatment of many diseases due to its numerous healing properties. Even modern science recognizes the health benefits that ginger offers. Ginger contains gingerols, umbrellas, and shogaols-anti-carcinogenic compounds, according to a study published in...