Ginger Is 10,000 times Stronger Than Chemo (And Only Kills Cancer Cells)
Ginger is one of the healthiest flowering plants whose rhizome and ginger root is widely used around the globe as a spice and traditional medicine. It has been used as medicine since ancient times.
Ginger has strong antioxidant properties and helps fight against cancer cells. According to some studies, ginger is effective in killing cancer cells and has shown to be used as an alternative to many cancer medications. Being an excellent source of antioxidant, it reduces oxidative stress, fights against free radicals, and prevents cellular damage that can lead to diseases like cancer.
Health benefits of ginger
A study conducted by Georgia state university illustrated that ginger extract was able to reduce the size of prostate tumors in mice up to 56%. Other than that, ginger showed potent anti-inflammatory properties and reduced the production of inflammatory hormones in mice.
Ginger contains a component known as 6-shogaol. According to a PLoS study, the effect of this component in targeting breast cancer stem cells is superior to tumor suppressing medications and chemotherapy.
Cancer stem cells are the root of wide ranges of body cancers as they promote the growth of cells that make up a tumor colony. Stem cancer cells need to be destroyed as they can regrow or renew themselves even if there is just less than 1% of them present in the body. The new studies show 6-shagoal to be more effective in targeting cancer stem cells than any other medication.
Research published in the journal of biomedicine and biotechnology showed ginger could be having auspicious effects against breast cancer. Researches showed that the medicinal plant fights cancer cells without affecting healthy breast cells.
The latest study on the effects of ginger against cancer showed that 6-shogaol exhibits activity against stem cancer cells. This compound is produced when the ginger root is dried or cooked, and it has some properties that make is superior to many chemotherapeutic treatments for cancer.
The study illustrated that this compound showed cancer destroying effects without affecting non-cancer cells or causing any harmful effects. It concluded that the component present in ginger only works against cancer cells and does not affect healthy cells - which is a very efficient property of ginger.
A study trial was conducted in 2013, in which 20 participants having a risk of developing colorectal cancer were given 2g of ginger for 28 days. Biopsies showed that ginger had potent effects in colon tissues, and findings indicated ginger to be effective in preventing colorectal cancer.
Ginger is being consumed for cancer treatment and to treat the effects of cancer-induced nausea, inflammation, and vomiting. Meta-analysis has shown ginger to be safe for managing nausea during pregnancy. Studies usually use a higher dosage of ginger on patients. Further research is required to discover more effects of ginger supplements on the body and against different types of cancer. Therefore, before shifting from prescribed medication towards other substances or natural remedies, always consult the doctor and related healthcare professionals.