Ginger is good for you!

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  1. Zstar

    Zstar Veteran Member

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    I happened upon this video and was very intrigued.



    This Dr. has many videos on many subjects you may enjoy.
    Anyway I tried it. It works. I was getting winded very easily, due to my many years of smoking. Tried for the first time yesterday and was amazed. Ginger did everything he said it would within 60 seconds. Very impressive. What he does not accurately describe is that raw ginger root is beyond spicy, think jalapeno pepper. This morning I armed my self with saltine crackers and milk. Much better.

    You covid survivors may find this really helpful. Hope it works for all.
     
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    Interesting. I will have to try it.
    Have to admit, I was thinking it would be a risque pic of Tina Louise.
     
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    Well this looks better than bloodletting. I will have to give it a try.
     
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    You think ginger is good you should try looking up MCT oil and take that. The stuff is simply amazing, I have been using it for 7 years now and what a difference it's made for me.
     
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    ^^^^ I did try this several years ago. Did not do a thing for me. Glad it worked for you.
     
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    Theodoric of York would disagreeā€¦
     
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    I doubt it can hurt to try it.

    I'll have to put ginger on the grocery list.
    I can't think anyone would really like that "intense" taste so we'll see how that goes.



    Maybe this will flush that thought out of your head... :rolleyes:

    "Ginger" at 84.
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    Oh dont even get me started on a health rant. Nobody will talk to me anymore. I've been watching this guy daily for a couple years at least. He is good. Short vids, entertaining, informative.
     
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    Ginger has been good to me for sure. I`m married to a red head, have two red headed kids & two beautiful red headed granddaughters! Sorry I can`t help but comment.
     
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    So does it need to be eating the raw ginger or would a extract do the equivalent?
     
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