Tony Matthews
January 11 2021

A recent study in rodents suggests that ginger might help treat people with lupus and those vulnerable to forming dangerous blood clots.

Ginger is a popular food ingredient throughout much of the world, but it might also harbor anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties.
Researchers at Michigan Medicine in Ann Arbor recently looked at whether ginger might help reduce symptoms of lupus. Specifically, they investigated the main bioactive compound of ginger root: 6-gingerol.
They published their findings in JCI Insight.

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