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Anti-Inflammatory Supplements after Total Knee Replacement
I meant raw ginger root is hard to eat. Anyone sho has tasted pure ginger will know
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You could use ginger in supplement (powdered capsule) or make a tea by steeping "coins" of the root. (You can also "long steep" and refrigerate to make iced tea)
Whatever you use to do, start one at a time, slowly, to see how your body responds. While both are culinary herbs as well, some bodies respond with gas, bloating, etc.
If you have a blender and like smoothies, you can dice up a small piece of ginger and add it to your smoothie. Trader Joe's has some pretty good Ginger Turmeric tea if you like tea.
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