Possible Ginger Side Effects, Contraindications and Caution
Ginger is a safe herb, and there are no obvious serious ginger side effects which we need to be unduly worried about.
Ginger has been used extensively in cooking and in a medicinal capacity for over 50 centuries now and it continues to gain more and more popularity all over the world.
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A note about the Possible Ginger Side Effects, Contraindications and Caution
Herbs are God and nature's gifts to us. While the use of herbs and herb remedies has brought excellent results for many people, do note that their health benefits may be limited when they are used in isolation. However, when combined with some basic dietary and lifestyle good health habits, such as a full body detox and a proper understanding and application of nutrition, the impact on one's health will be greatly magnified.
In natural health and healing, we believe that the body has the ability to heal itself of any disease, even supposedly incurable diseases. We also believe in holistic health and healing, as we realize that different parts of the human body are highly interlinked, often beyond Mans understanding. It is thus a good idea to apply these fundamental health steps no matter how remote or unrelated a health condition may seem.
When consumed in the right doses and right manner, there are no obvious side effects at all. However, from time to time, a few people have experienced heartburn, bloating, and stomach upset after taking ginger pills or capsules.
A few people have also experienced eye irritation, skin rashes, mouth irritation, and mild forms of depression after taking ginger medications. You may want to consult your primary care physician if this happens after taking ginger supplements.
Patients who are currently on various medications, for example warfarin, etc, need to seek proper medical consultation regarding starting on ginger medications.
Notice that the abovementioned possible ginger side effects deal with ginger pills, ginger capsules and ginger supplements in general. Ginger in its natural and pure food state is much safer.
When it comes to the ginger herb in its natural state, while they are no serious ginger side effects for us to be overly concerned about, we may still want to take note of some pointers and precautions.
Contraindications, Precaution and Caution when Using Ginger
Ginger does not typically come with toxic side effects. However, some people may be more sensitive to the strong tangy taste of it, while some may experience heartburn while consuming it. Excessive use may also cause digestive upsets.
There does not seem to have been contraindications noted with the use of ginger by pregnant women. They should, however, exercise caution by taking lower dosages of it. Long-term use while pregnant is generally also not advised.
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