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Ginger is one of the most versatile home remedies for a number of health conditions, including the painful cramping and inflammation of dysmenorrhea. Menstrual cramps are experienced by almost every young woman at some point during her menstrual cycle, but ginger can effectively reduce inflammation and pain associated with this condition. Ginger has a number of antioxidant compounds, including its active ingredient, gingerol, which can boost overall health, regulate hormonal levels, and provide relief for the intense cramping and pressure of dysmenorrhea. Protection Status
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