Ginger and Cancer

06/04/2009 at 9:33 am 4 comments

A study conducted by the University of Rochester in New York has found that people who started taking ginger a few days before their chemotherapy had fewer and less severe bouts of nausea. The role of ginger as a medicine has been known traditionally amongst all the cultures and societies.It has been used by mothers and grandmothers all over the world for gastric problems and as a digestive.
Homeopathy has used ginger for the past hundred years or so.
As a homeopath, I would use it in potentized form for the vomiting of old drunkards and for diarrhea from drinking bad or impure water. It is also known to cure colic and diarrhea caused by eating melons, particularly cantaloupes.
It has been suggested in the past that ginger is not the right food to be given to persons with kidney disorders. In homeopathy, it is used to treat patients who have had a complete cessation of the function of the kidneys. (This is an example of the underlying law of nature- let likes be cured by likes).
In the Homeopathic Treatment of Bronchial Asthma, the patient who requires Ginger as a homeopathic medicine may have a severe attack and must sit up in the bed to breathe, but is surprisingly free from any anxiety about the disease. Such peculiarities and deviations from the expected are picked up by the homeopath to make his prescriptions.

For homeopathic consultation for your symptoms you may visit Homeopathic Healing or send an e-mail to office@drvaishnav.com to meet the Homeopathic Specialists.

Disclaimer: A detailed history followed by constitutional treatment by good and qualified homeopathic specialists is necessary to treat the complaints that appear during any disease. It is not advisable to resort to self-medication for any disease. The above-mentioned drugs are just a few of the remedies and are mentioned solely to create awareness about the efficacy of homeopathic medicines.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Richard Emmanuel Jones  |  11/27/2009 at 9:24 pm

    Let it not be said that homeopathy testing is not
    overt, honest, stringently conducted and results
    available for all to see. There can be little
    doubt amongst fair-minded people that there is
    a huge amount of proof as to it’s efficacy regarding
    burns, bruises, cancer, HIV, gastritis, heart disease,
    ulcers etc etc the list goes on and on. It is
    lovely to see this wonderful therapy shown in its true
    light at last

    Reply
  • [...] A regular article of our diet, it is probably used only by homeopaths as a medicine. The role of ginger (a common spice in our diet) as a medicine has also been known traditionally amongst all the [...]

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  • [...] need Aurum iodatum, Symphytum or Asafetida. Homeopathy has also found to be useful in treating the side effects of  chemotherapy and radiation. All these medicines are given in potentized form and help stimulate the self [...]

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  • 4. Vijay Vaishnav  |  01/10/2014 at 6:42 am

    The verdict is out. Ginger, which is used in homeopathy as the medicine Zingiber for treating asthma “without anxiety”, has now been found by researchers to simultaneously inhibit an enzyme that helps cause airway muscles to constrict and activating another enzyme that tends to relax the airways. Here is the link: http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304325004579298901639961332

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