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Role of Ginger in Medicine and Dentistry- An Interesting Review Article

@article{Sudarshan2012RoleOG,
  title={Role of Ginger in Medicine and Dentistry- An Interesting Review Article},
  author={Ramachandran Sudarshan and G. Vijayabala},
  journal={The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={66-72}
}
  • Ramachandran Sudarshan, G. Vijayabala
  • Published 2012
  • Medicine
  • The Southeast Asian Journal of Case Report and Review
  • Ginger is a natural herb used in our day to day life. It has potential health benefits which are yet to be explored. Its potential properties are known in natural medicine for thousands of years. Its use is more popular in south East Asia as a kitchen spice. Its uses are reported in many respiratory, digestive and inflammatory disorders. Uses of ginger in dentistry are minimal but significant. This review furnishes the niceties concerning the uses of ginger in oral care. 
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