Secret Side Effects of Eating Ginger

Ginger overconsumption can induce heartburn, indigestion, and upset stomach. For people with sensitive stomachs or gastrointestinal problems

Ginger can thin blood due to its anticoagulant qualities. Ginger may help some people, but those with bleeding disorders or taking blood-thinning 

Ginger may reduce blood sugar, which is good for diabetics. If someone has low blood sugar or takes blood sugar-lowering drugs

Ginger allergies can cause rashes, hives, and breathing problems. Ginger allergies are rare but can be severe.

Ginger can impact how the body processes some drugs. Before eating ginger, ask your doctor if you use blood pressure or diabetes medication.

Ginger may increase bile production, which could cause gallstones or gallbladder troubles.

Ginger naturally lowers blood pressure. Ginger is healthy for many, but people with low blood pressure or who take blood pressure drugs

Ginger can irritate skin, especially in sensitive people. Though not from eating ginger, ginger-based lotions, oils, and creams may cause this.

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