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Ginger?
Posted by: Diogenez ()
Date: December 15, 2011 04:55AM

i really enjoy Ginger. after listening to Natural hygienists Fry , Shelton, Graham and they talked about why not to use garlic but i never hear any talk about ginger. and i found this: Remedies using Ginger - [phxnaturalmedicine.wordpress.com]

thank you for your comments!

life vs lifelessness



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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Tamukha ()
Date: December 15, 2011 08:07AM

Ginger is known to help correct a variety of disorders. NTs will argue that it is "too stimulating," but "stimulating" is a relative term; I don't have a problem with raw ginger, so I use it when I feel like.

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Diogenez ()
Date: December 15, 2011 09:08AM

'spice' ? yea i make fruit ginger nut things that i copied from the moms(again), sharing is caring. the 100% vegan cafe we coop together to make has any raw option and very well received the more people are learning about the science behind health nutrition and seeking a direct experience .

i don't really feel it a stimulant or herb but more a aide.

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: omega-3 ()
Date: December 15, 2011 09:36AM

Too stimulating for me.

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: December 15, 2011 09:40AM

I love it. I could just eat slices of it on it's own, that's how much I love it. Fantastic grated or juiced and added to warm/hot water to stave off a cold, it's amazingly powerful.

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: powerlifer ()
Date: December 15, 2011 09:48AM

This is where natural hygeine theorists fail to understand the differences between stimulants.

Ginger is not a stimulant in the way coffee is. Ginger does not stimulate the CNS(central nervous system) and thus doesn't adversely effect the adrenal glands in the way caffeine does.

Ginger is a digestive stimulant though but not one i would recommend, as ginger is a potent ant-acid and thus neutralizes stomach acid.

There are better choices basically, depending on what you are using ginger for. Nothing wrong with using small amounts of it though for flavour.

[www.vegankingdom.co.uk]



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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Diogenez ()
Date: December 15, 2011 11:14AM

i use my pampered chef slap chopper! so easy

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Prana ()
Date: December 15, 2011 12:22PM

I like a tiny bit of ginger, but it can be too intense for me.


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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: pborst ()
Date: December 15, 2011 01:48PM

It's more powerful dried than fresh. And keeps longer. I like a little fresh ginger with beet and purple cabbage juice.

Paul

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Anonymous User ()
Date: December 15, 2011 02:03PM

It's hard to use it up fresh before it gets all wrinkly but if you wrap it up it keeps very well in the freezer. Easier to grate as well winking smiley.

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: Diogenez ()
Date: December 15, 2011 02:36PM

when the oils of nuts are in it i find it holds for over a month combined with the fruit oils too , all natural

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Re: Ginger?
Posted by: rzman10001 ()
Date: December 18, 2011 04:50PM

omega-3 Wrote:
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> Too stimulating for me.


Even in small amounts? about the size of a nickel would be enough maybe even too much for some, it is very strong and healing I think we should all try to use a little here and there. Maybe some can't tolerate like anything else.



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