Ginger

Updated February 28, 2022

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The articles listed below can be found in the directory list:  Ginger Directory Listing

Ginger is an amazing spice and medicinal. There is strong research support for its use for the stomach as well as the joints.  The dried spice retains much of its unique characteristics though drying does change the actual compounds.

In cooking 1 tsp fresh grated ginger = 1/4 tsp of dried ginger, a 4:1 ratio.  2 TBSP of  fresh ginger = 1.5 tsp of dried ginger.

Ginger A Folk Remedy Put to the Test _ Berkeley Wellness

Ginger_Science of Cooking_ Ask the Inquisitive Cooks!

What Is the Equivalent of Fresh Ginger Root to Ground Ginger (and some info about the differences)

Optimization of extraction conditions for the 6-Shogaol-rich extract from ginger

Occurrence, Biological Activity and Metabolism of 6-shogaol.2018

Active Components of Ginger Potentiate B-Agonist–Induced Relaxation of Airway Smooth Muscle by Modulating Cytoskeletal Regulatory Proteins.2013.r

Neuroprotective Effects of 6-Shogaol and Its Metabolite, 6-Paradol, in a Mouse Model of Multiple Sclerosis.2019

The Amazing and Mighty Ginger – Herbal Medicine – NCBI Bookshelf.r

Ginger-Grilled Sirloin Salad with Watercress Salad _ Berkeley Wellness.r