Antiarthritic Activity of Zingiber officinale (Ginger): A Review
Keywords:Arthritis, Drugs, Ginger, Herbs
Arthritis is an inflammatory, chronic, and progressive autoimmune disease of joints. It is characterized by swelling, pain, and inflammation of different joints of human body. Almost half of the people of this world are suffering from arthritis, from there the woman are more prone to affect by arthritis than man. In the 21st century, the medical field develop different types of drugs and therapy to prevent arthritis. However, until now, there is no effective drug or therapy which can cure arthritis, so in this developing era, scientists are doing research on the herbs which can cure arthritis. There are many herbs which carry the antiarthritic activity, among those Zingiber officinale is the most prevalent and prior herbs which contain many constituents that can cure the arthritis. Hence, in this review, we are discussing about the antiarthritic activities of Z. officinale (Ginger).
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