The traditional folk medicinal herb, Ginger Root, has been used for ages to help with various ailments such as upset stomachs or colds. Now muscle pain can be added to that list. Scientists at the University of Georgia recently demonstrated how ginger root can be useful as an anti-inflammatory agent for sore muscles. Up until now this had been a theory, but never tested clinically with humans. The researchers reported that consuming ginger root offered a 25% reduction in muscle pain after working out. “The economic and personal costs of pain are extremely high,” said Patrick O’Connor, a professor in the College of Education’s department of kinesiology. “Muscle pain generally is one of the most common types of pain and eccentric exercise-induced muscle pain specifically is a common type of injury related to sports and/or recreation (e.g., gardening). Anything that can truly relieve this type of pain will be greatly welcomed by the many people who are experiencing it.” To read the complete study click here.
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