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derived from ginger

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Aphios Corporation today announced the launch of its SuperCool(TM) Gingerol dietary supplement product for calming stomachs and healthy digestion.
The scientists incubated two separate pancreatic cancer cell lines with varying concentrations of gingerol for different durations.
Hold onto that C of A and send a sample of that material to your laboratory for gingerol analysis (your lab can help you figure out exactly what they should be testing if it is not obvious to you).
Some ginger constituents (Srivastava, 1986), among them gingerol, gingerdione (Flynn et al.
the total gingerol content was measured to be less than half that.
In one of these studies, published in the Journal of the Science and Food of Agriculture in 2014, researchers found that overweight rats that were given gingerol, a compound found in ginger, lost weight after a 30-day supplementation with ginger.
1 Ginger contains gingerol, an essential oil, which has been used since ancient times for its antiinflammatory and pain killing (analgesic) properties.
It is rich in many healthy components and has a strong aroma caused by the compound gingerol.
Gingerol: Gingerol, in ginger, gives it powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties
Gingerol metabolite and a synthetic analogue Capsarol inhibit macrophage NF-kappaB-mediated iNOS gene expression and enzyme activity.
A re-examination of gingerol, shogaol, and zingerone, the pungent principles of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe).
17] reported that gingerol inhibited CSP-induced nephrotoxicity by suppressing oxidative stress.
Ginger:It's been used as an antisickness remedy for centuries, as it contains volatile oils like gingerol, believed to stimulate saliva and gastric function.