The clinical research on ginger

This study delves into the scientific research on ginger (Zingiber officinale), a common spice known for its medicinal properties. By examining data from, the researchers explored various clinical trials involving ginger to understand its health benefits. They found that ginger is being tested for its effectiveness in treating conditions like nausea, pain, high blood pressure, and more. Despite promising results from individual trials, there is a need for more comprehensive research to confirm ginger’s therapeutic potential. The study highlights a significant gap in the final reporting of clinical trial results, emphasizing the necessity for further detailed studies to validate ginger’s health benefits.

The full text can be requested from the authors or accessed at the website of the publisher: Matin, M., Matin, F. B., Ksepka, N., Wysocki, K., Mickael, M. E., Wieczorek, M., Horbańczuk, J. O., Jóźwik, A., & Atanasov, A. (2024). The clinical research on ginger (Zingiber officinale): Insights from analysis. Planta medica, 10.1055/a-2357-7064. Advance online publication.

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