MHP-MIRACLE Ginger Powder + Cane Sugar
? Cane sugar is a good source of glucose and, as far as we know, it helps replenish the body and increase its energy. Sugar cane juice is considered to be alkaline shaped food because it contains high concentrations of calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, and manganese. It still retains some molasses and moisture in the plants, so technically, each food consumes less sugar and calories, making it healthier. Bentong Ginger also seems to be able to help prevent colon cancer and constipation on the enzymes trypsin and pancreatic fat.
?Scientific evidence shows that Bentong ginger contains hundreds of compounds and metabolites, some of which may contribute to health and healing.
?Among them, gingerol and shogaol have been extensively studied.
?Bentong Ginger is suitable for cooking, and its health benefits include relieving nausea, loss of appetite, motion sickness, and pain.
?The phenolic compounds in Bentong ginger help to reduce gastrointestinal (GI) irritation, stimulate saliva and bile production and inhibit gastric contraction when food and liquid pass through the digestive tract.
?At the same time, Bentong ginger also seems to be beneficial to enzyme trypsin and pancreatic lipase and increases motility through the digestive tract.
?This suggests that Bentong ginger can help prevent colon cancer and constipation.
?Antibacterial King-Ginger Powder: Ginger, which contains high concentrations of active plant compounds, has a little-known antiviral activity. Researchers have discovered that certain compounds in ginger (such as gingerol and zingerone) can inhibit virus replication and prevent the virus from entering host cells (the cells that are native to the body).
?Ginger can kill the virus: These results indicate that ginger can reduce the incidence of sore throats, reduce symptoms, and improve recovery. Laboratory instructions indicate that ginger stimulated the immune system and killed the virus.
?Ginger is a natural antibiotic: Ginger. The scientific community also recognizes that ginger is a natural antibiotic. Several studies, including one published in 2017, have demonstrated that ginger can resist many bacteria.