That the ginger affects, confirmed by scientific researches,
because the ginger contains bioactive substances, people in Asia
benefit from their healing properties for thousands of years. It
can be used especially against the travel and morning sickness,
the nausea, the chemotherapy or anesthesia for an operation
and against seasickness, the ginger has created a place in the
medicine cabinet and in human medicine. The reason for the antiemetic (against vomiting) property of ginger is its direct effect given to the gastrointestinal tract. In principle, the conventional medicine recognizes long the positive effect of ginger on the gastric juice, saliva and bile formation and intestinal function as healing or at least supportive.
In terms of the effect of ginger for nausea however would come also antagonism of serotonin type 3 receptor in question, because serotonin is a tissue hormone and neurotransmitter that is widely known as happiness hormone, because it dampens a whole range of unpleasant emotional states such as for example, anxiety, aggression, sorrow and hunger. For depression, a lack of serotonin is neurochemical also frequently held accountable. Serotonin is therefore a feel-good hormone and actually the ginger is intended to improve your mood and aid slimming by attenuating the feeling of hunger, metabolism boosting and fat burning increases, because of the ginger rhizome, which contains a viscous balsam (oleoresin), the essential oils and a pungent material content, the gingerols and Shogaolen, there and which
are at many levels of the organism most effectively.
Gingerol and Shoganol
In ginger there are 3 different types of Gingerols to find:  -
 - and  -gingerol. To Emphasize is especially the drug  -
gingerol, because it is an anti-cancer (anti-carcinogenic), antiinflammatory
and immunosuppressive (adverse reactions of the
immune system-suppressing) certifies effect. Moreover,
scientists are exploring the properties from  -gingerol in
terms of its effect on asthmatic diseases. As proven true, the
antioxidant effect of ginger that supports a natural defense of
the body against free radicals. Free radicals attack the cells that
lead to change processes of cells and thus can grow the risk of
cancer. In this respect, the gingerols have already been
successfully used in the ginger in the treatment of intestinal and
skin cancer. Here, especially the anti-inflammatory effect of 
-Gingerols led that could possibly prevent the development of
tumors or at least limit them. Proven is also that it inhibits  -
gingerol expression of the enzyme cyclooxygenase-2, which
promotes inflammation in the joints. This works in much the
same way as ginger acetylsalicylic acid better known as the
active ingredient of aspirin, which inhibits also the
cyclooxygenase-2 enzyme - analgesic for headaches through to
migraine, with muscle pain, but also with painful inflammation
as Arthitis (joint inflammation).
Gingerols have also an antibacterial effect and inhibit the growth of gastric mucosal bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which positively could impact for treatment of stomach problems and possibly of gastric cancer pension itself. Particularly interesting here is to know that so-called Shoganole arise from the gingerols during the drying process of the ginger root, where an even more intense effect is attributed compared to the gingerols from the fresh ginger.
To this extent dried ginger encourages in cut or ground form the production of stomach acid and thus facilitates digestion. Ginger stimulates the metabolism and moreover also allows for better blood flow. This effect is interesting especially in the prevention against thrombosis, heart attack and stroke, because the improved blood circulation helps that there are no dangerous deposits in blood vessels form, which are considered the main cause of stroke, myocardial infarction and thrombosis.
Ginger contains despite the pungent materials gingerol and Shoganol also more than 160 other active ingredients, such as vitamin C and vitamin B6, and the minerals and trace elements
iron, magnesium, calcium, potassium, sodium and phosphorus. Moreover, in ginger chemical compounds act from the class of bicyclic monoterpenes such as borneol and bicyclic epoxymonoterpenes, which belong to the Limone oxides such as cineole. Both are used as essential oils in aromatherapy against respiratory problems use, but it also ensures that the ginger finds its use in respiratory diseases such as bronchitis or colds respiratory, but also in chronic and inflammatory respiratory diseases and asthma.
Other essential oils contained in ginger, are zingiberol, zingiberene and Diarylhetanoide. They support the pain relief and reduce inflammation, especially because the diarylhetanoide inhibit the formation of prostaglandins, which are involved in the development of fever, pain and inflammation.
Furthermore ginger contains resin acids and neutral resin.
The spectrum of application of ginger is so ambitious and so it finds its use mainly
- nausea and vomiting
- digestive aids
- for stomach strengthening
- to stimulate digestion and biliary function
- against diarrhea and excrement water
- to stimulate metabolism and circulation
- to stimulate all the organs
- to support cell renewal
- for the prevention of premature aging
- to improve circulation
- for muscle relaxation during tension, cramps and muscle soreness
- against arthritis and osteoarthritis
- against swelling
- against inflammation
- against all kinds of pain
- for prophylaxis endoparasites
- additionally in horses: laminitis, Spat, navicular disease, kissing spines, metabolic disorders (Cushing, EMS)
- additionally for dogs: spondylosis and all forms of arthritis, cauda equinum, metabolic diseases
Ginger contains essential oils and may not be used in cats due to glucuronidation weakness!
Ginger for worming
We would not always recommend ginger for worming, but during insignificant worm pressure it can have a preventive effect against endoparasites. Although Dr. Stefan Brosig reported that during long-term feeding of ginger at a dose of already 1.5 to 2 grams per 100 kilo body weight per day (warm-blooded) with many horses lead to an elimination or very significant reduction in worm infestation and that there are also clinical trials for dogs and sheeps (Iqbal et al J. Ethnopharmacol., 2006, 106, pp 285ff), but important is a control of the manure at regular intervals.
Ginger at breeding and gestation
The question of whether ginger may administrated to pregnant
mares or pregnant female dogs, is difficult to answer. Basically,
ginger is ascribed a blow promotional and blood-thinning effect,
which may entail the risk of a premature birth or of stronger
bleeding at birth. While we can report from personal experience
that we put ginger at the feel-good dose (3 grams per 100 kg) in
pregnant and lactating mares and we never could find adverse
effects, but the risk should be discussed with a veterinarian and
must ultimately taken by the pet owner.
However, very good experience we have seen in the treatment of fertility: Problem mares treated with ginger at the feel-good dose showed significant steeds and a significant increase in fertility.
Administration and dosage of ginger
For its lemon-like aroma sharpness cineole is responsible, ithe
contrast is determined by the gingerol.
Both may not liked by some people and animals are partially even more sensitive in this respect. In horses, it is mainly the citrus scent, which bothers them and less the sharpness.
Es ist also immer sinnvoll, bei allen Tieren mit sehr geringen Mengen von 3 bis 5 Gramm zu beginnen und diese langsam zu steigern. Eventuell kann man den Ingwer für Pferde in Apfelmus einrühren, ihn mit entzuckerten Rübenschnitzeln geben oder ihn in eingeweichten Heucobs verstecken.
For dogs it sometimes helps to wrap the ginger at melted cheese (also improves the effectiveness of gingerols because the cheese protects them from gastric juices), offer it at cat food or mix it with liverwurst. Because of their aggressive-looking gastric juices however dogs are also able use, coarsely chopped dried ginger, which smells less intense.
The problem of ginger enjoyment lies in the dog and at the human being in the crowd, which is required for an effect, because in horses most drugs act significantly more intense than it is the case at the same dose in humans and dogs. By comparison, the anti-inflammatory dose aspirin lies at warmblood horse about 3 grams per day, while much lighter people it is 1 to 2 grams!
The reason for this lies in the gastric digestion. In the horse, the stomach is less digestive organ, but more "disinfection chamber" and gate to the intestine, while dogs and humans have a much more pronounced gastric digestion and helps an aggressive stomach acids during digestion. Finally, the dog must, for example, also digest bone fragments belonging to his natural food, while a horse actually has to catch mainly vegetable cellulose.
Unfortunately, the gingerols of ginger are not very acidresistant, which means dogs and humans need a larger dose of ginger, to achieve the same effect as horses.
After the experience of Dr. Stefan Brosig body weight relates to its effectiveness of ginger during pure joint diseases and direct oral administration behaves (without protective jacket against the gastric juice) therefore for
Horse: human being: dog approximately as 1 : 7 : 10.
This means, first, that when a horse per 100 kg of body weight requires 3 to 5 grams of ginger as a feel-good dose, a man with 50 kilogram of body weight should take 11 to 18 grams of ginger and a dog of 50 kg body weight should receive at least 15 to 25 grams of ginger to be comfortable. If joint pain and inflammation are alleviated, it would need according to the dose calculations by Dr. Stefan Brosig for a medium-sized German Shepherd (approximately 35 kg body weight) 30 g ginger in dogs the dose ginger would be with about 1 g per kg of body weight.
Since it is difficult to administer such amounts of ginger to a
dog, many dog owners forego in advance supporting on ginger
Here, the ginger can be dosed lower when it is administered or taken at capsules that are swallowed whole, because they protect the gingerol from stomach acid! This decomposition process is bypassed in the stomach and there is a significant increase in the effectiveness! Dr. Stefan Brosig uses in this application in humans a dose of 3 to 10 grams made of ginger. In the dog, this would correspond to an amount of approximately 4 to 15 grams per 100 kilograms. So a 30 kilograms heavier Shepherd would not need more than 30 grams of ginger, but would be sufficient with 1.5 to 4.5 grams made of.
Important in the dosage however is mainly the gingerole in ginger. It must be at least 2%. Ginger with lower gingerole is although less sharp and more comfortable for dogs and humans in taste, but it also needed again a higher dose to achieve the same effect.
If ginger is stirred and drunk quickly in as much liquid (room temperature warm milk or juice), it is also quickly passed into the intestines and exposed so not too long the acidic intestinal environment of the stomach, which reduces the effectiveness of Gingerols.
The dose of ginger is also dependent on the type of complaints that it is intended to relieve:
For joint problems of horses a gift of more than the wellbeing dose may show (3 to 5 g per 100 kg bodyweight) astounding success, while some have to use 10 to 12 g per 100 kg bodyweight in case of problems with tendons, ligaments or muscles, in order to achieve freedom from pain. In a navicular disease may be also displayed a dose of 20 g per 100 kg body weight.
This raises the question of whether such a high dosage on time may not be harmful. Basically, we can conclude that even a dose of 150 g per day for a 600 kg heavy warmblood horse was tolerated with severe laminitis over a period of eight weeks very well and without visible adverse effects. However, the dose was distributed over three doses.
Dr. Stefan Brosig advises for older horses in principle for permanent feeding ginger at the feel-good dose. We take this tip gladly and look forward to a very vital seniors, but how a owner decides finally and whether he administers ginger permanently at the feel-good dose of his four-legged friend, is the patient-dependent and in case of doubt, the advice of a veterinarian should be sought, to avoid any risk.
As wellness dosage applies:
- for horses 3 to 5 grams per 100 kg body weight
- for dogs 1 gram per kilo of body weight / with a gift in a capsule 0.4 to 1.5 grams per 10 kg body weight
- for humans 2.1 to 3.5 grams per 10 kg body weight / dose at a capsule at a 0.3 to 1.0 grams per 10 kg body weight
Often, the feel-good dose can alleviate the discomfort and
health problems significantly.
In case the dose should not yet have the desired effect, it should be slowly increased (in horses to 5 g / in dogs and humans to 1 g). The improvement arises immediately if the appropriate dose is reached, which should then be maintained.
So if you use the ginger wisely, it will find a wonderful helper for various health problems.
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