Ginger is a very effective spice that has anti-inflammatory benefits, but recent research has determined that ginger will strengthen the potency of asthma medication. It achieves this by relaxing the muscles in the airways. An asthmatic attack occurs when the bronchial tubes, which transport air in and out of the lungs, tightens and constricts, causing the discomfort. The chemical acetylcholine was exposed to a human ASM tissue sample, and scientists then treated the sample with a beta-agonist called isoproterenol, then added three components of ginger.
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