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What is 6-gingerol

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The biological active ingredient of Jianggen (zingiber officina), a medicinal plant and dental caries having anti-vision, anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties.buy ginger extract - ZHENYIBIO

6-gingerol is separated from the root of the plant Zingiber Officinale (Ginger). It is a growing reed-like plant, the annual stalk, approximately one meter (3 to 4 feet).

Ginger produces blooming white and pink flower buds, blooms into yellow flowers. Due to its aesthetic attractive and plant-to-heating, ginger is often used as a landscape around the subtropical family. Traditionally, when the stem is collected; it is immediately dried, burns or washes and scratches to kill it and prevent germination.

Biological activity of 6-gingerol

Zingiber Officinale Roscoe, Zingiberaceae is a medicinal plant, which is widely used in Chinese, Ayurveda and other global herbs since ancient times, in order to include arthritis, rheumatism, sprain, muscle pain, pain, sore throat , Sore throat, spasm, constipation, indigestion, vomiting, hypertension, dementia, fever, infectious diseases and worm.

Ginger has been approved for the German Committee E, which is responsible for regulating the country's use of herbal products in the country. Ginger has recently scientifically studied nausea and vomiting related to syncope, surgery, pregnancy and cancer chemotherapy.

There may be several mechanisms in the distinguishing characteristics of ginger. According to reports, the quality of the stop spout may come from ginger's anti-ammissone 3 on gastrointestinal and central nervous system. In the study of ginger (6-, 8- and 10-ginger alcohol) in the study of guinea pig (6-, 8- and 10-ginger alcohol) found to inhibit anti-ochastic 3 receptor function. In addition, these active ingredients have been shown to affect the stomach power, and may have anti-acne effect on gastrointestinal systems.