EXPLORING THE THERAPEUTIC POTENTIAL OF GINGER (ZINGIBER OFFICINALE) OIL AGAINST INFLAMMATORY PROCESS

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Hamza Afzaal
Momina Shahid
Nouman Mushtaq
Saira Arshad
Saleha Hameed
Ayesha Aslam
QuratulAin Shahid
Fatima Abid

Keywords

Anti-inflammatory, Ginger Oil, Inflammatory Process, Natural Remedy, Therapeutic Potential, Zingiber Officinale

Abstract

This research shows the effect of ginger (zingiber officinale) on inflammation by using various methods, like laboratory experiments and data analysis techniques. Then through HPLC (high-pressure liquid chromatography), the quantity is determined and by in-vitro tests such as the DPPH test, peroxide value test and FRAP are performed to assess gingerol’s and other phenolic compound’s anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant properties. The study findings reveal that ginger oil, rich in bioactive compounds can act against inflammatory responses by reducing inflammation significantly.

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