Individuals aged 40 and above often encounter issues with joint pain and osteoarthritis in the knees, leading to discomfort and restricted movement.
Studies conducted abroad on ginger reveal that it contains anti-inflammatory properties, supporting its traditional use for addressing joint and knee pain.
Experiments on animals with ginger and turmeric extracts demonstrated their effectiveness in reducing pain and inflammation in joints.
Pam Stone, a health expert from Australia, states that:
“Ginger possesses pain-relieving properties. It is effective in suppressing pain and inflammation in joints and muscles. Incorporating ginger into your diet aids in faster recovery from muscle pain.”