Contraindicated for bleeding or blood clotting disorder; diabetes; or any heart conditions
Ginger has been used medicinally in Asia for over 2,500 years, and it has played an integral role in Chinese, Indian, and Japanese medicine since the 1500s. Ginger is one of the most widely studied herbs today due to its lengthy history, and much of the research verifies traditional uses of ginger. Ginger has 3 functions that are especially beneficial to pregnant and postpartum women. It may reduce or eliminate morning sickness, stimulate milk supply, and alleviate neonatal colic distress.