Ginger is undoubtedly one of the healthiest foods you can consume, and its countless benefits have been confirmed by many scientific studies.
It detoxifies the body, boosts the immune system, helps digestion, treats digestive issues, and much more.
Yet, there are times when it is best to avoid the consumption of ginger as it might lead to certain side-effects. These are the 4 conditions which restrict its use:
- Blood Disorders
Ginger boosts the blood flow, so it is beneficial in the treatment of obesity, Raynaud’s disease, or peripheral artery disease.
Yet, it should not be used in the case of hemophilia, a blood disorder which is characterized by an inability of the blood to clot, as it might neutralize the effects of the medications for the condition.
Avoid ginger if you take prescription drugs for diabetes and high blood pressure, as it affects the effects of insulin, beta-blockers, and anticoagulants, and acts as a blood thinner, degrading the blood pressure.
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