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Migraines? Powdered Ginger May Help

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  • With its sweet, curiously pleasing spiciness, ginger has many uses, whether it’s fresh, dried, crystallized, candied, pickled, preserved, powdered or ground, lending itself well in numerous baked goods, stir-fries and tea
  • After centuries of traditional use of ginger for nausea, headaches and other maladies, clinical studies show it’s just as effective and works just as fast as the leading prescription drug, sumatriptan (Imitrex)
  • Ginger is far cheaper than sumatriptan and has far fewer side effects, as sumatriptan often causes heartburn, vertigo, dizziness, sleepiness, numerous more serious complications and even death

By Dr. Mercola

Using ginger for physical symptoms, not just for its flavor, is as old as traditional Chinese medicine, which has thousands of years of success in its wake. East Indian Ayurvedic medicine has rendered medicinal use of ginger for centuries as well.

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