Patients with lung diseases should not eat ginger for a long time
Ginger is a rhizome of the ginger genus, which is warm in temperature. Its unique "gingerol" can stimulate the gastrointestinal mucosa, congest the gastrointestinal tract, enhance digestion, and effectively treat the cold and cold food caused Bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, etc. In addition, ginger has the effects of excitement, perspiration, cooling, and refreshing during the hot season, which can relieve symptoms such as fatigue, fatigue, anorexia, insomnia, and vomiting. It can also be used to treat headaches, coughs, and abdominal pain, vomiting and diarrhea caused by colds.
However, for patients with lung diseases, it is not suitable for long-term consumption of ginger. Ginger contains volatile oil, mainly gingerol, gingerol, phlellene, citral, linalool, and the like, and contains spicy ingredients such as gingerol, gingerol, which are decomposed to form gingerone, gingerolone. People will feel hot after eating ginger. This is because it can expand blood vessels, speed up blood circulation, and open the pores of the body. Therefore, people with yin deficiency and fire, hot red eyes, or swelling, sores, pneumonia , Lung abscess, tuberculosis, gastric ulcer, cholecystitis, pyelonephritis, diabetes, hemorrhoids are not suitable for long-term consumption of ginger.