Prevent Motion Sickness with This Ingredient

Enjoy the ginger that comes with your sushi, snack on crystallized ginger, or order a ginger beer or ginger ale that contains gingerroot. Ginger is a tried-and-true remedy for motion sickness. Bonus: In a recent issue of the Journal of Pain, study participants who lifted weights had 25 percent less postworkout pain when they were eating 2 grams (about 2 teaspoons) of raw ginger each day for 10 days. This may be thanks to gingerols, antioxidants in ginger that reduce inflammation.


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