Women's Health - References & External links
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- The properties of Zingiber Officinale supporting Women's Health:
- STANISIERE, Julien; MOUSSET, Pierre-Yves; LAFAY, Sophie. How Safe Is Ginger Rhizome for Decreasing Nausea and Vomiting in Women during Early Pregnancy? Foods, 2018, 7.4: 50. PMID:29614764
- BOONE, Sarah; SHIELDS, Kelly M. Treating pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting with ginger. Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2005, 39.10: 1710-1713. PMID:16131535
CONCLUSIONS: While data are insufficient to recommend ginger universally and there are concerns with product quality due to limited regulation of dietary supplements, ginger appears to be a fairly low-risk and effective treatment for nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy. In low doses, this may be appropriate for patients not responding to traditional first-line therapies.