Ginger

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When you feel a stomachache coming on, either from eating too much food, or perhaps eating something that had gone off, ginger ale is often the only beverage that makes you feel better. This is because of the “ginger” in that ginger ale. Ginger has potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties that make it important for dozens of health conditions, but it is particularly effective at soothing the stomach. Ginger is an anti-spasmodic as well, thus helping your bowel movements to regularize, and the antibacterial effects of ginger can also help to eliminate any underlying bacterial infections causing the stomachache.

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