For centuries, ginger root has been used as a folk remedy for a variety
    of ailments such as colds and upset stomachs. But now, researchers at
    the University of Georgia have found that daily ginger consumption also
    reduces muscle pain caused by exercise.

    While ginger had been shown to exert anti-inflammatory effects
    in rodents, its effect on experimentally-induced human muscle pain was
    largely unexplored, said Patrick O'Connor, a professor in the College
    of Education's department of kinesiology. It was also believed that
    heating ginger, as occurs with cooking, might increase its
    pain-relieving effects.

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