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Zencefilin Faydaları Nedir?

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Zencefil, yaprak sapları ve sarımsı yeşil çiçekleri olan bir bitkidir. Zencefilli baharat bitkinin köklerinden gelir.

Zencefil Çin, Japonya ve Hindistan gibi daha sıcak Asya bölgelerine özgüdür, ancak şu anda Güney Amerika ve Afrika’nın bazı bölgelerinde yetişmektedir. Ayrıca şu anda Orta Doğu’da ilaç olarak ve yiyeceklerle birlikte kullanılmak üzere yetiştirilmektedir.

Zencefil genellikle, sabah bulantısı, kolik, mide fesatı, gaz, ishal, irritabl bağırsak sendromu (IBS), kanser tedavisinin neden olduğu bulantı, HIV / AIDS’in neden olduğu mide bulantısı, ameliyat sonrası kusma gibi iştah kaybı gibi çeşitli “mide problemleri” için kullanılır.

Diğer kullanımlar romatoid artrit (RA), osteoartrit, menstrüel ağrı ve diğer durumlardan ağrı kesicidir. Bununla birlikte, bu koşullar için zencefil kullanımını destekleyen güçlü kanıtlar yoktur.

Bazı insanlar yanıkları tedavi etmek için derilerine zencefil suyu döker. Zencefilden elde edilen yağ, ağrıyı gidermek için bazen cilde uygulanır. Zencefil özü, böcek ısırıklarını önlemek için cilde de uygulanır.

Yiyecek ve içeceklerde zencefil bir lezzetlendirici madde olarak kullanılır.

İmalatta, zencefil, sabun ve kozmetiklerde parfüm olarak kullanılır.

Zencefildeki kimyasallardan biri, müshil, anti-gaz ve antasit ilaçlarında bir bileşen olarak da kullanılır.

Zencefil Vücutta Nasıl Çalışır?

Zencefil bulantı ve iltihabı azaltabilecek kimyasallar içerir. Araştırmacılar kimyasalların öncelikle mide ve bağırsakta çalıştığına inanıyorlar, ancak bulantıyı kontrol etmek için beyin ve sinir sisteminde de çalışabilirler.

Kullanım Alanları ve Verimliliği Nasıl?

Şu Durumlar İçin Etkilidir:

HIV / AIDS tedavisinin neden olduğu bulantı ve kusma

Araştırmalar, 14 gün boyunca her bir antiretroviral tedavi dozundan 30 dakika önce zencefil almanın, HIV tedavisi alan hastalarda bulantı ve kusma riskini azalttığını göstermektedir.

Ağrılı adet dönemleri

Araştırmalar, adet döngüsünün ilk 3-4 günü boyunca 500-2000 mg zencefil tozu almanın, ağrılı adet dönemleri olan kadınlarda ve gençlerde ağrıyı hafifçe azalttığını göstermektedir. Kullanılan bazı spesifik dozlar, günde üç kez 500 mg zencefil ve günde dört kez 250 mg spesifik bir zencefil ekstraktı (Zintoma, Goldaru) içerir. Adet döneminin başlangıcından itibaren yaklaşık 3 gün boyunca dozlar verildi. Spesifik zencefil ekstresi (Zintoma), ibuprofen veya mefenamik asit ilaçlarının yanı sıra işe yarıyor gibi görünmektedir.

Sabah rahatsızlığı

Ağızdan zencefil almak, bazı hamile kadınlarda bulantı ve kusmayı azaltıyor gibi görünüyor. Ancak bulantı için kullanılan bazı ilaçlar kadar yavaş çalışabilir veya çalışmayabilir. Ayrıca, hamilelik sırasında herhangi bir bitki veya ilacı almak büyük bir karardır. Zencefil almadan önce, olası riskleri sağlık uzmanınızla görüşünüz.

Osteoartrit

Çoğu araştırma, ağız yoluyla zencefil almanın, osteoartritli bazı kişilerde ağrıyı hafifçe azaltabileceğini göstermektedir. Küçük bir çalışma, zencefilin kalça ve diz osteoartriti olan bazı kişilerde ağrı için ibuprofen kadar işe yarayabileceğini göstermektedir.

Ameliyat sonrası bulantı ve kusma

Klinik araştırmaların çoğu, ameliyattan bir saat önce 1 ile 1.5 gram zencefil almanın, ameliyattan sonraki ilk 24 saat boyunca bulantı ve kusmayı azalttığını göstermektedir. Bir çalışmada zencefilin bulantı ve kusmayı %38 oranında azalttığı bulundu. Ayrıca, ameliyattan önce hastaların bileklerine %5 zencefil yağı uygulanması, hastaların yaklaşık %80’inde bulantıyı önlüyor gibi görünmektedir. Ancak, ağızdan zencefil almak ameliyattan 3-6 saat sonra bulantı ve kusmayı azaltamayabilir. Ayrıca, zencefil mide bulantısı ve kusma ilaçlarıyla birlikte kullanıldığında ilave etkilere sahip olmayabilir. Ek olarak, zencefil bu olay için düşük riski olan kişilerde ameliyat sonrası bulantı ve kusma riskini azaltamayabilir.

Baş dönmesi (baş dönmesi)

Zencefil almak, mide bulantısı dahil baş dönmesi semptomlarını azaltıyor gibi görünüyor.

Şu Durumlar İçin Etkili Değildir:

Egzersizin neden olduğu kas ağrısı

Araştırmalar, zencefil almanın egzersiz sırasında kas ağrısını azaltmadığını gösteriyor. Ayrıca, zencefil almak egzersiz sonrası kas ağrısını tedavi etmeye veya önlemeye yardımcı görünmemektedir.

Hareket tutması ve deniz tutması önlenmesi

Çoğu araştırma, seyahatten 4 saat öncesine kadar zencefil almanın hareket hastalıklarını önlemediğini göstermektedir. Bazı insanlar kendilerini daha iyi hissettiğini bildiriyorlar, ancak çalışmalar sırasında yapılan gerçek ölçümler aksi belirtiliyor. Ancak bir çalışmada zencefil, hareket hastalığına bağlı mide rahatsızlığını azaltan ilaç dimenhidrinatından daha etkili gibi görünmektedir.

Şu Durumları İyileştirdiğine Dair Yeterli Kanıtlar Bulunmamaktadır:

Ani solunum sistemi yetmezliği (Akut solunum sıkıntısı sendromu)

Araştırmalar, 21 güne kadar günlük 120 mg zencefil ekstresi uygulamasının ventilatör desteği olmayan gün sayısını, tüketilen besin miktarını artırdığını ve ani solunum sistemi olan kişilerde yoğun bakım ünitelerinde geçirilen süreyi azalttığını gösteriyor. Bununla birlikte, zencefil ekstresi bu hastalığı olan kişilerde ölüm oranlarını etkilemiyor gibi görünmektedir.

Tüberküloz için kullanılan ilaçlardan karaciğer hasarı

Tüberküloz tedavisinde kullanılan bazı ilaçlar karaciğer hasarına neden olabilir. Bu ilaçlarla birlikte zencefil almak, bazı insanlarda karaciğer hasarını önlemeye yardımcı olabilir.

Bulantı ve kanser tedavisi nedeniyle kusma

Bulantı karşıtı ilaçlarla birlikte zencefil almak, kanser ilaçları ile tedavi edilen kişilerde gecikmiş bulantı ve kusmayı önlüyor gibi görünmemektedir. Bu tür bulantı ve kusma kanser tedavisinden bir gün veya daha sonra ortaya çıkar. Zencefilin kanser ilaçlarından kaynaklanan ani bulantı ve kusma üzerine etkisi çelişkilidir. Bazı araştırmalar, bulantı önleyici ilaçlarla birlikte kullanıldığında yardımcı olduğunu göstermektedir. Diğer araştırmalar olmadığını gösterir. Zencefilin yalnızca bazı kanser ilaçlarının neden olduğu mide bulantısını azaltmaya yardımcı olması mümkündür. Zencefilin, kanser ilaçlarının yol açtığı mide bulantısını azaltmaya yardımcı olması, mide bulantısı önleyici ilaçlarla kullanıldığında, kendi başlarına çok iyi sonuç vermemesi de mümkündür.

Kronik obstrüktif akciğer hastalığı (KOAH)

Araştırmalar, 8 hafta boyunca günde iki kez zencefil içeren spesifik bir kombinasyon ürününden (AKL1, AKL International Ltd) iki kapsül almanın KOAH’lı kişilerde solunum semptomlarını iyileştirmediğini göstermektedir.

Şeker hastalığı

Zencefil almak, şeker hastası olan bazı kişilerde kan şekerini düşürüyor gibi görünüyor. Günde en az 3 gram zencefil dozunun gerekli olduğu görülüyor. Düşük dozlar yardımcı olmayabilir. Ve faydaların görülmesi yaklaşık 2-3 ay sürebilir.

Mide Fesatı (dispepsi)

Araştırmalar, yemekten bir saat önce tek bir gram 1.2 gram zencefil kökü tozu alınmasının, yemeğin dispepsi hastalarında bazılarından ne kadar çabuk boşaldığını göstermektedir.

Alkol Rahatsızlığı

İlk araştırmalar, içmeden önce zencefil, turunçgil mandalina ve kahverengi şekerin bir kombinasyonunun alınmasının, mide bulantısı, kusma ve ishal gibi alkol kalıntılarından kaynaklanan belirtileri azalttığını göstermektedir.

Yüksek kolestorol

Araştırmalar, 45 gün boyunca günde üç kez 1 gram zencefil almanın, yüksek kolesterolü olan insanlarda trigliserit ve kolesterol seviyelerini düşürdüğünü göstermektedir.

Yüksek tansiyon

Zencefil ile siyah çay içmek, diyabetli ve yüksek tansiyonlu kişilerde kan basıncını az miktarda azaltabilir.

Böcek ısırığı

İlk araştırmalar, Trikatu’nun zencefil, uzun biber ve kara biber özleri içeren cilde uygulanmasının sivrisinek ısırığının boyutunu azaltmadığını göstermektedir.

İrritabl barsak sendromu (IBS)

Sadece zencefil almak IBS semptomlarını iyileştirmiyor gibi görünüyor. Ancak diğer bitkisel maddelerle birlikte zencefil almak yardımcı olabilir. Bu kombinasyon ajanlarının yararının zencefilden mi yoksa diğer bileşenlerden mi kaynaklandığı belli değildir.

Eklem ağrısı

Araştırmalar, 8 hafta boyunca zencefil içeren belirli bir kombinasyon ürününün (Instaflex Ortak Destek, Direct Digital, Charlotte, NC) kapsüllerinin alınmasının eklem ağrısını% 37 azalttığını göstermektedir. Ancak bu ürün eklem sertliğini azaltıyor veya eklem işlevini iyileştirmiyor gibi görünüyor.

İşgücü Enerjisini Yükseltir

Yapılan çalışmaların kanıtları, zencefil yağı içeren su ile yıkanmanın işgücünün süresini arttırdığını göstermektedir.

Ağır adet kanaması (menoraji)

Zencefil almak, ağır menstrüel kanaması olan bazı genç kadınlarda adet kanamasını azaltabilir.

Migren baş ağrısı

Bazı raporlar, zencefil ve ateşli bir arada tüketmenin migren ağrısının uzunluğunu ve yoğunluğunu azaltabileceğini göstermektedir. Bununla birlikte, etkilerin zencefilden, nezaketten veya kombinasyondan kaynaklandığı açık değildir.

Ameliyat sonrası iyileşme

Ameliyattan önce cildinize lavanta ve zencefil yağlarının teneffüs edilmesi ve tatbik edilmesi, ameliyat sonrası çocuklarda sıkıntıyı azaltıyor gibi görünmemektedir. Ağız yoluyla zencefil almak, bademciklerini çıkarmış olan çocuklarda ağrının azalmasına ve yara iyileşmesinin iyileşmesine yardımcı olabilir.

Romatoid artrit (RA)

Zencefilin RA hastalarında eklem ağrısını azaltmada yardımcı olabileceğine dair bazı kanıtlar vardır.

Yutma sıkıntısı

Kanıtlar, zencefil ve akasma kökü içeren bir ürünün ağızda püskürtülmesinin, inme mağdurlarında yutma ile ilgili ciddi sorunları iyileştirdiğini göstermektedir. Ancak, yutma şiddetli sorunları daha az olan kişilerde yararlı değildir. Ayrıca, tek bir zencefil tablet alarak yaşlanma nedeniyle yutma güçlüğü çeken insanlara yardımcı olmaz.

Kilo kaybı

Yalnız zencefil almak, obez kişilerin biraz kilo vermelerine yardımcı olur. Bir zencefilin diğer otlarla birlikte alınması, kilo kaybında tutarlı gelişmelere yol açmaz.

  • Anoreksiya.
  • Bağırsak bakteriyel enfeksiyonu (Kolera).
  • Kellik.
  • Kanama.
  • Soğuk algınlığı.

Seçici serotonin geri alım inhibitörleri (SSRI’lar) olarak adlandırılan ilaçların kullanımının kesilmesi.

  • Grip.
  • İştah kaybı.
  • Diş ağrısı.
  • Diğer durumlar.

Bu kullanımlar için zencefili derecelendirmek için daha fazla kanıt gereklidir.

Yan Etkileri

Zencefil ağızdan uygun şekilde alındığında GÜVENLİDİR. Bazı insanlar mide ekşimesi, ishal ve genel mide rahatsızlığı gibi hafif yan etkileri olabilir. Bazı kadınlar zencefil çekerken ekstra adet kanaması bildirmişlerdir.

Zencefil cildinize kısa süreli, uygun şekilde uygulandığında GÜVENLİDİR. Bazı insanlar için ciltte tahrişe neden olabilir.

WebMD, Ginger.

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