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Mahan Kajkolah, Fatemeh Mousavi, Ashkan Asgari, Asadollah Asadi, Arash Abdolmaleki,
Volume 10, Issue 3 (Summer 2022)

Introduction: The current mode of treatment based on synthetic drugs is expensive and causes genetic and metabolic alterations. However, a safe mode of treatment is needed to control the development and progression of the disease. According to this, herbal medicines and their compounds have less toxicity and side effects than conventional medicines. It is proven that herbal medicines can play an important role in disease management through their biological activities. The medicinal value of these plants lies in some chemicals that have a specific physiological function in the human body. Ginger is mentioned as one of the most important herbal remedies in many ancient texts of traditional medicine. It also controls a wide range of diseases in traditional medicine. In addition, ginger has strong anti-inflammatory, anti-appetite, and antioxidant effects (to control the production of free radicals). Furthermore, it has been widely used to treat nervous system diseases, such as memory impairment, epilepsy, neurotoxicity, and pain. Moreover, the majority of therapeutic properties of this plant are due to the presence of 6-Shogaol, which is a major bioactive component of this plant. Conclusion: Ginger and its components could be considered promising factors in the treatment of some neurological disorders.

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