Ginger and its active ingredient, gingerol, has been prescribed for patients suffering from inflammation for hundreds of years. While it is a popular recommendation for arthritis and gout, it is just as important for lupus, as patients often suffer from inflammation throughout the body. Swollen and aching joints is one of the most common symptoms of the disease, and ginger can directly treat those ailments. Ginger can be consumed directly, or a poultice can be prepared and applied to the swollen or inflamed areas. Ginger tea also has anti-inflammatory effects and is a particularly soothing option for many people.
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