The overall rating for ginger is 3 out of 3 meaning there is evidence that this supplement lives up to its expectations. Using this supplement should lead to positive results.
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Overall Effectiveness Rating
The overall effectiveness rating for ginger is 3 out of 3. This rating means the evidence is clear on the supplement's ability to deliver positive results. Using this supplement will lead to positive results. Note, this effectiveness rating is for ginger as a whole; there are also individual ratings for the claims below.
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Research Rating for Ginger
There is one study in the database on ginger; the research rating is 20. A score above 80 means the effectiveness rating for this supplement is reliable. A score under 80 means there is insufficient evidence to ensure a reliable effectiveness rating. Note, this research rating is for ginger as a whole; there are also individual ratings for the claims below.
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Products Containing Ginger
|Products Names||Amount of Ginger|
|Destroy The Enemy (DTE) Capsules||100mg|
|Max Balance||Amount not listed.|
|Thermal Black||Amount not listed.|
|Full list of all 86 products containing Ginger.|
The overall ratings above are an average of the individual claim ratings below. Individual claims may have higher or lower ratings compared to the supplement's overall rating. For example, some supplements may have excellent backing for one claim, but be completely useless for another. Click on a claim below for more information.
|Recovery Claims||Effectiveness Rating||Research Rating|
|reduce muscle soreness|
The Supplement Database includes 1 studies on ginger dosing. These studies indicate an effective dose is 3 grams per day. For a more detailed dosing analysis visit: Supplement Dosing for Ginger.
|Title of Study|
|Influence of Ginger and Cinnamon Intake on Inflammation and Muscle Soreness Enduced by Exercise in Iranian Female Athletes|