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Appendicits is a very common disorder that will affect nearly 10% of all people in their lifetime. The symptoms are typically pain and discomfort in the bowels and abdomen, as well as constipation and an upset stomach. Nausea and vomiting are also common, which is where ginger first comes in. Not only is ginger famed for its ability to soothe the stomach, and prevent vomiting, but it is also rich in antioxidants and anti-inflammatory compounds. This can prevent your appendicitis from getting any worse, and if used early enough, can keep you from needing an operation! Protection Status
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