gingerol


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Noun1.gingerol - derived from ginger; source of the hotness of ginger
ginger - perennial plants having thick branching aromatic rhizomes and leafy reedlike stems
chemical irritant - a substance producing irritation
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Ginger:It's been used as an antisickness remedy for centuries, as it contains volatile oils like gingerol, believed to stimulate saliva and gastric function.
Ginger: | Used as an antisickness remedy for centuries as it contains volatile oils like gingerol, believed to stimulate saliva and gastric function.
Ginger: | Used as an antisickness Ginger: | Used as an antisickness remedy for centuries as it contains volatile oils like gingerol, believed to stimulate saliva and gastric function.
Other spice-derived phytochemicals, such as capsaicin, cardamonin, dibenzoylmethane, diosgenin, gambogic acid, gingerol, thyoquinone, urosolic acid and zerumbone have been show the ability to suppress NF-kB activation in a similar manner.
The science of epigenetics now indicates that both curcumin and gingerol (a key compound in ginger) can--in addition to inhibiting inflammation and modulating cell signaling pathways--reawaken these tumor-suppressing genes, turning them back on to block cancer
Ginger is known to have pronounced antioxidant, antiinflammatory, antiemetic, antidiabetic and anticancer properties, many related to the diarylheptanoids and gingerol related compounds.
Gingerol, a powerful antioxidant is found to interrupt a pathway responsible for the activation of a factor involved in diabetes.
Its main active ingredient is gingerol, which is thought to encourage blood flow and ease pain.
The main active component in ginger which gives it its distinct flavour, gingerol, has been shown in research to slow the growth of human tumours in mice.
Its main active ingredient is gingerol, a substance thought to encourage blood flow and ease pain.
Ginger: This fragrant root contains several antioxidant plant chemicals including gingerol and zingerone.