Ginger is used to treat everything from colds to constipation. Ginger can be used fresh. In powdered form (ginger spice), or candied. The flavor between fresh and ground ginger is significant
y different. That means they can be substituted for one another in many recipes. You can replace 1/8 teaspoon of ground ginger with 1 tablespoon of fresh grated ginger, and vice versa.
Consuming ginger and ginger products, in addition to taking any anti-nausea medications as prescribed, may provide some comfort for a queasy stomach during cancer treatment.
Rosemary is a hearty, woody Mediterranean herb.
Rosemary has needle like leaves and is a good source of antioxidants. Rosemary is commonly used in Mediterranean cooking .It included as a primary ingredient in Italian seasonings. It is also use to add flavor to soups, tomato-based sauces, bread, and high-protein foods like poultry, beef, and lamb.
Rosemary can help with detoxification, taste changes, indigestion, flatulence, and other digestive problems, and loss of appetite. Try drinking up to 3 cups of rosemary leaf tea daily for help with these problems.
Turmeric is an herb in the ginger family.
it’s one of the ingredients that make many curries yellow and gives it its distinctive flavor. Curcumin appears to be the active compound in turmeric. This compound has demonstrated antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, potentially protecting against cancer development.
For preventing and treating some cancers, including colon, prostate, breast, and skin cancers turmeric can be used . Results appear promising, they have largely been observed in laboratory and animal studies.
Chile peppers is a compound that can relieve pain.
When capsaicin is applied topically to the skin, it causes the release of a chemical called substance P. Upon continued use. The amount of substance P eventually produced in that area decreases, reducing pain in the area.
Chile peppers need to be handled very carefully because of their cause burns if they come in contact with the skin.
If you want to harness the power of chile peppers, ask your oncologist or physician about prescribing a capsaicin cream. It has shown pretty good results with regard to treating neuropathic pain (sharp, shocking pain that follows the path of a nerve) after surgery for cancer.
Chile peppers is that they may help with indigestion.
Garlic includes chives, leeks, onions, shallots, and scallions.
Garlic has a high sulfur content . It is also a good source of arginine, oligosaccharides, flavonoids, and selenium, all of which may be beneficial to health. Garlic’s active compound called allicin gives it its characteristic odor and is produced when garlic bulbs are chopped, crushed, or otherwise damaged.
Garlic intake reduces the risk of cancers of the stomach, colon, esophagus, pancreas, and breast. several studies explain that It appears that garlic may protect against cancer through numerous mechanisms, ncluding by inhibiting bacterial infections and the formation of cancer-causing substances, promoting DNA repair, and inducing cell death. It supports detoxification and may also support the immune system and help reduce blood pressure.
Peppermint is a natural hybrid cross between water mint and spearmint.
Peppermint has been used for thousands of years as a digestive aid to relieve gas, indigestion, cramps, and diarrhea. Peppermint may also help with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and food poisoning. It appears to calm the muscles of the stomach and improve the flow of bile, enabling food to pass through the stomach more quickly.If your cancer or treatment is causing an upset stomach, try drinking a cup of peppermint tea. Many commercial varieties are on the market, or you can make your own by boiling dried peppermint leaves in water or adding fresh leaves to boiled water and letting them steep for a few minutes until the tea reaches the desired strength.
Chamomile have medicinal benefits.It has been used throughout history to treat a variety of conditions. Chamomile may help with sleep issues. If sleep is problem, try drinking a strong chamomile tea shortly before bedtime.
Chamomile mouthwash has been studied for preventing and treating mouth sores from chemotherapy and radiation therapy. There is no harm in giving it a try, provided your oncologist is not opposed. Simply make the tea, let it cool, and rinse and gargle as often as desired.