Ginger Nanoparticles May Be Inexpensive, Nontoxic IBD Treatment, VA Researchers Say

Ginger Nanoparticles May Be Inexpensive, Nontoxic IBD Treatment, VA Researchers Say
A study by researchers at the Atlanta VA Medical Center  revealed that nanoparticles derived from fresh ginger root may be an effective treatment for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. In the lab, Veterans Affairs scientists transformed raw ginger into what they call “ginger-derived nanoparticles” (GDNPs) using a process that begins with a standard kitchen blender,

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