Quranic reference of ginger
Prophetصلی اللہ علیہ وسلم’s guidance about ginger
Arabic words written in below references are the words mentioned in respected Hadees. You can confirm the references of Hadees at sunna.com & Al-Maktab Al-Shamilah (المكتبة الشاملة) also.
Ginger pickle as a gift
1. Hazrat Abu Saeed Al khudri رضي الله عنه says that, the king of Rome, Byzantine sent to Nabi صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم a jar of ginger (الزنجبيل) pickle, as a gift (hadiya). Nabi صلی اللہ علیہ وسلم accepted the pickle, and gave it little-little to each person, even Abu Saeed رضي الله عنه got some. : Reference Abu Nu-aim: 161.
Part to be used is Root.
How to use
1. In food, pickle.
2. Tea, soup & in dishes.
3. In milk .
4. Chatni, Sweets, Vinegar & soups.
5. Dry powder of ginger can also be used.
6. Its juice can be used with honey, apple juice etc to reduce cholesterol.
7. but use in mild quantity.
8. Paste of it can be used on pain region, lesions etc.
9. Dry powder of ginger can be applied on fruits, in cold season, in cough and cold. .
Content of it
carbohydrates, sugars, fibers, protein, vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B7, C, calcium, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, selenium, volatile oils, sulphur Etc.
Scientific benefits of ginger
1. Increases digestion, removes gases & blocks.
2. Good in cold & cough, fever, infection, throat infection, sinus, eye diseases.
3. Increases sex drives and semen production.
4. Reduces cholesterol and triglyceride.
5. Increases urine output, reduces stomach pain.
6. Helpful in bronchitis, increases appetite.
7. Removes stomach diseases.
8. Purifies and strengthens the body.
9. Regulates menstrual cycle.
10. Add taste in food.
11. Helpful in sore throat
12. Best used is in winter season.
Science & Hadees regarding Ginger
1. Quran mentions ginger as one of the drinks of Paradise. The modern name, “ginger,” comes from the Arabic root, “zindshebil,” and as centuries have passed, we have discovered the amazing and miraculous healing properties of ginger. Ginger is one of the best known treatments and is the classic medicine for dealing with many digestive disorders. Ginger promotes Haraarate Gharazi (digestive and metabolic fire), which promotes digestive heat burning toxins, removes and lowers cholesterol deposits, as well as boosts the metabolism.
2. Ginger contains special enzymes responsible for catalyzing the proteins in your food, thus aids the digestion process and prevents cramps; this explains why ancient Greeks used to eat ginger after a large meal. Ginger is also particularly helpful when suffering from constipation.
3. Nausea and vomiting can be a problem when travelling (motion or seasickness), morning sickness during pregnancy, or while undergoing chemotherapy treatments. Ginger is known to relax and soothe the intestinal tract and alleviates symptoms of gastrointestinal stress.
4. In a study that measured its effectiveness as an anti-emetic (to stop vomiting) Ginger was put up against Dramamine, the most commonly used over the counter medication for motion-induced nausea. Ginger was not only more effective than the drug, but also showed no side effects compared to the drug. According to the American Cancer Society, ginger has been promoted as a cancer treatment “to keep tumors from developing.
5. The characteristic odor and flavor of ginger is caused by a mixture of zingerone, shogaols, and gingerols, volatile oils that compose one to three percent of the weight of fresh ginger. In laboratory animals, the gingerols increase the motility of the gastrointestinal tract and have analgesic, sedative, antipyretic & anti-bacterial properties. Gingerols can inhibit growth of ovarian cancer cells in vitro -gingerol (1-[4′-hydroxy-3′-methoxyphenyl]-5-hydroxy-3-decanone) is the major pungent principle of ginger.
Food for the brain
As a mood enhancer, ginger’s cineole content may help contribute to stress relief and it is said that dried ginger may improve poor memory (using 1 gram and powder in warm milk). Research shows that ginger can reverse the damaging side effects (headaches, migraines, eye damage, fatigue, drowsiness, depression, numbness, muscle spasms, nausea, rashes, rapid heartbeat, chest pain, etc) that Mono sodium Glutamate (MSG), a common food additive, has on vital dopamine, serotonin, and other neurotransmitters responsible for proper brain function.
Conclusion of Hadees
We are allowed to eat ginger.