Ginger is an important part of many herbal regimens, namely because of its stimulating effects on the body. Raynaud’s Disease results in a lack of warm oxygenated blood to the extremities of the body, and makes those areas of the body “cold”. Ginger and its primary ingredient, gingerol, have long been considered “warm”, in the sense that they heat up the body and stimulate the circulatory system. You can consume ginger in a number of ways, from powdered forms and supplements to comforting ginger tea.
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