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Ginger belongs to the same family as turmeric and cardamom. Native to Southeast Asia, India and China, ginger is an integral part of the diet in that region and is valued for its aromatic, culinary and medicinal properties.

While we may be more familiar with favorite recipes like gingerbread or ginger cookies, ginger is more than just a seasoning – it has been used for centuries for its medicinal properties.

1. Stomach pain / nausea:

When dogs get older, their digestive systems simply don’t work the way they did when they were younger. Older, but certainly also young dogs, can experience stomach problems for various reasons, often without a real diagnosis. The slightest irregularity can lead to bloating, constipation, diarrhea or even vomiting. Ginger is great for this because it promotes healthy bowel movement. Moreover, it can also be used for travel sickness, when your dog becomes nauseous in the car.

2. Immune system support:

Ginger has antiviral, detoxifying and antifungal properties. Today, many dogs have a weaker immune system, making them much more susceptible to pathogens and viruses. Ginger can be used to strengthen a weakened immune system. This herb also promotes blood circulation, flushes out toxins, and also helps stabilize low blood pressure, all of which are common health problems in dogs.

3. Stimulates digestion:

The ingredients of ginger stimulate the pancreas to produce digestive enzymes, which help break down sugars and fats. In addition, ginger stimulates the production of saliva, bile and gastric juices. This accelerates the passage of stomach contents to the intestines, which reduces bloating. Ginger also improves peristalsis (contractions) in the intestines.

4. Purifying effect:

Ginger is known for its purifying properties, especially on the lymphatic system. It helps the dog’s body to remove harmful substances, especially in case of inflammation. Ginger as part of the diet prevents the accumulation of toxins in the organs. Ginger also stimulates blood circulation, keeping your dog nice and warm in cold conditions.

5. For joint complaints:

More and more research results are appearing that indicate that osteoarthritis is not caused by wear and tear, but by chronic inflammation. Due to ginger’s strong anti-inflammatory properties, it is understandable that it can help combat these chronic inflammations in your dog. Add to that the analgesic effect of ginger, and it is clear why this herb can help dogs with joint problems.

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