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Zingiber officinale


(dans les territoires avec usage significatif TRAMIL)

  • Antigua Island : ginger
  • Barbade : ginger
  • Costa Rica : jengibre
  • Dominique : ginger
  • Guatemala : jengibre
  • Honduras : jengibre
  • Sainte-Lucie : ginger
  • Porto Rico : ginger
  • Porto Rico : jengibre
  • Saint-Vincent : ginger
  • Vénézuéla : jengibre

Usages significatifs TRAMIL

rhizome, décoction, voie orale8

Recommandations
Préparation et posologie
Références

Selon l’information disponible :

L’emploi contre l’asthme, le catarrhe, la grippe, le rhume, la diarrhée, les maux d’estomac, la fièvre, les flatulences, l’indigestion, la toux et les vomissements est classé REC sur la base de l’usage significatif traditionnel documenté par les enquêtes TRAMIL, les études de toxicité et l’information scientifique publiée.

L’emploi contre en cas de diarrhée doit être considéré comme un complément à la thérapie par réhydratation orale. Si l’état du patient se détériore (déshydratation avec langue sèche, pli persistant de la peau, oligurie, pleurs sans larmes), ou si la diarrhée persiste pendant plus de 2 jours, consulter immédiatement un médecin.

Si l’état du patient se détériore, ou si l'asthme, la fièvre ou les vomissements durent plus de 2 jours, les douleurs d'estomac ou l’indigestion plus de 3 jours, le rhume, la grippe ou la toux plus de 5 jours, consulter un médecin.

Etant donné le risque de l'asthme pour la santé, une évaluation médicale initiale est recommandée. L'utilisation de cette ressource peut être considérée comme un complément au traitement médical.

Le gingembre peut augmenter la biodisponibilité de la sulfoguanidine, en renforçant son absorption.

Les personnes traitées avec des anticoagulants oraux ou des anti-agrégants plaquettaires doivent consulter leur médecin avant de procéder à l’administration des préparations contenant du gingembre, car elles peuvent augmenter le risque d’hémorragies14.

La présence de calculs biliaires doit impérativement amener à consulter un médecin avant de procéder à l’ingestion de tout type de préparation à base de gingembre15.

Ne pas employer avec des femmes enceintes ou allaitantes, ni avec des enfants de moins de 6 ans16.

Le rhizome de Zingiber officinale est un condiment de consommation humaine relativement répandu et une source industrielle d’huile essentielle.

Pour tous les usages recommandés :

Préparer une décoction avec 20 grammes de rhizome frais correctement lavé et préalablement broyé dans 4 tasses (1 litre) d’eau. Faire bouillir 10 minutes dans un récipient couvert, laisser refroidir, filtrer et boire 1 tasse 2 à 4 fois par jour.

Toute préparation médicinale doit être conservée au froid et utilisée dans les 24 heures.

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Encuesta TRAMIL en Barlovento, Edo. Miranda de Venezuela. Centro al Servicio de la Acción Popular CESAP, Caracas, Venezuela.

2 BENEDETTI MD, 1994
Encuesta TRAMIL. Universidad de Puerto Rico, Mayagüez, Puerto Rico.

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Identification of the characteristic odorants in fresh rhizomes of ginger (Zingiber oficinale Roscoe) using aroma extract dilution analysis and modified multidimensional gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy. J Agric Food Chem 43(11):2941-2945.

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Isolation and identification of the five major sesquiterpene hydrocarbons of ginger. Phytochem Anal 2(1):26-34.

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Antiulcer furanogermenone extraction from ginger. Patent-Japan Kokai Tokkyo Koho-61 227,523.

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25 TANABE M, CHEN YD, SAITO KI, KANO Y, 1993
Cholesterol biosynthesis inhibitory component from Zingiber officinale Roscoe. Chem Pharm Bull 41(4):710-713.

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On the evaluation of the preparation of Chinese medicinal prescriptions (V) diterpenes from Japanese ginger "kintoki". Shoyakugaku Zasshi 44(1):55-57.

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28 KIKUZAKI H, NAKATANI N, 1993
Antioxidant effects of some ginger constituents. J Food Sci 58(6):1407-1410.

29 KIUCHI F, IWAKAMI S, SHIBUYA M, HANAOKA F, SANKAWA U, 1992
Inhibition of prostaglandin and leukotriene biosynthesis by gingerols and diarylheptanoids. Chem Pharm Bull 40(2):387-391.

30 HARVEY DJ, 1981
Gas chromatographic and mass spectrometric studies of ginger constituents. identification of gingerdiones and new hexahydrocurcumin analogues. J Chromatogr 211(1):75-84.

31 YUSUFOGLU H, ALQASOUMI SI, 2008
High performance thin layer chromatographic analysis of 10-gingerol in Zingiber officinale extract and ginger-containing dietary supplements, teas and commercial creams. FABAD J Pharm Sci 33:199–204.

32 MASADA Y, INOUE T, HASHIMOTO K, FUJIOKA M, UCHINO C, 1974
Studies on the constituents of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) by GC-MS. Yakugaku Zasshi 94(6):735-738.

33 ANON, 1982
Analgesic formulations containing shogaol and gingerol. Patent-Japan Kokai Tokkyo Koho-82 46,914.

34 CHEN CC, ROSEN RT, HO CT, 1986
Chromatographic analyses of isomeric shogaol compounds derived from isolated gingerol compounds of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe). J Chromatogr 360:175-184.

35 SCHWERTNER HA, RIOS DC, 2007
High-performance liquid chromatographic analysis of 6-gingerol, 8-gingerol, 10-gingerol, and 6-shogaol in ginger-containing dietary supplements, spices, teas, and beverages. J of Chromatography B856(1-2):41-47.

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37 SCHULTZ JM, HERRMANN K, 1980
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38 FU HY, HUANG TC, HO CT, DAUN H, 1993
Characterization of the major anthocyanin in acidified green ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe). Zhongguo Nongye Huaxue Huizhi 31(5):587-595.

39 NELSON EK, 1920
Constitution of capsaicin, the pungent principle of ginger. II. J Amer Chem Soc 42:597-599.

40 LIN ZK, HUA YF, 1987
Chemical constituents of the essential oil from Zingiber officinale Roscoe. of Sichuan. You-Ji Hua Hsueh 6:444-448.

41 ERLER J, VOSTROWSKY O, STROBEL H, KNOBLOCH K, 1988
Essential oils from ginger (Zingiber officinalis Roscoe). Z Lebensm-Unters Forsch 186(3):231-234.

42 DUKE JA, ATCHLEY AA, 1986
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43 KIUCHI F, SHIBUYA M, KINOSHITA T, SANKAWA U, 1983
Inhibition of prostaglandin biosynthesis by the constituents of medicinal plants. Chem Pharm Bull 31(10):3391-3396.

44 SRIVASTAVA KC, 1984
Aqueous extracts of onion, garlic and ginger inhibited platelet aggregation and altered arachidonic acid metabolism. Biomed Biochim Acta 43(8/9):5335-5346.

45 ADACHI I, YASUTA A, MATSUBARA T, UENO M, TERASAWA K, HORIKOSHI I, 1984
Macrophage procoagulant activity. Effects of hot water extracts of several Kanpo-prescriptions on macrophage procoagulant activity, I. Yakugaku Zasshi 104(9):959-965.

46 PODLOGAR JA, VERSPOHL EJ, 2012
Antiinflammatory effects of ginger and some of its components in human bronchial epithelial (BEAS-2B) cells. Phytother Res 26(3):333-336.

47 KUO PL, HSU YL, HUANG MS, TSAI MJ, KO YC, 2011
Ginger suppresses phthalate ester-induced airway remodeling. J Agric Food Chem 59(7):3429-3438.

48 MASCOLO N, JAIN R, JAIN SC, CAPASSO F, 1989
Ethnopharmacologic investigation of ginger (Zingiber officinale). J Ethnopharmacol 27(1/2):129-140.

49 WOO W, LEE E, HAN B, 1979
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53 PANTHONG A, SIVAMOGSTHAM P, 1974
Pharmacological study of the action of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) on the gastrointestinal tract. Chien Mai Med Bull 13(1):41-53.

54 KASAHARA Y, SAITO E, HIKINO H, 1983
Pharmacological actions of Pinellia tubers and Zingiber rhizomes. Shoyakugaku Zasshi 37(1):73-83.

55 SAKAI K, MIYAZAKI Y, YAMANE T, SAITOH Y, IKAWA C, NISHIHATA T, 1989
Effect of extracts of Zingiberaceae herbs on gastric secretion in rabbits. Chem Pharm Bull 37(1):215-217.

56 MINAIYAN M, GHANNADI A, KARIZMADEH A, 2006
Anti-ulcerogenic effect of ginger (rhizome of Zingiber officinale Roscoe) on cystemine induced duodenal ulcer in rats. DARU J of Pharmaceutical Sciences 14(2):97-101.

57 MOWREY DB, CLAYSON DE, 1982
Motion sickness, ginger and psychophysics. Lancet 82(1):655-657.

58 GRONTVED A, BRASK T, KAMBSKARD J, HENTZER E, 1988
Ginger root against seasickness. A controlled trial on the open sea. Acta Otolaryngol (Stockholm) 105(1/2):45-49.

59 HOLTMANN S, CLARKE AH, SCHERER H, HOHN M, 1989
The anti-motion sickness mechanism of ginger. A comparative study with placebo and dimenhydrinate. Acta Otolaryngol (Stockholm) 108(3/4):168-174.

60 WOOD CD, MANNO JE, WOOD MJ, MANNO BR, MIMS ME, 1988
Comparison of efficacy of Ginger with various antimotion sickness drug. Clin Res Pract Drug Reg Affairs 6(2):129-136.

61 FISCHER-RASMUSSEN W, KJAER SK, DAHL C, ASPING U, 1991
Ginger treatment of hyperemesis gravidarum. Eur J Obstetr Gynecol Reprod Biol 38(1):19-24.

62 PILLAI AK, SHARMA KK, GUPTA YK, BAKHSHI S, 2011
Anti-emetic effect of ginger powder versus placebo as an add-on therapy in children and young adults receiving high emetogenic chemotherapy. Pediatr Blood Cancer. 56(2):234-238.

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66 CARBALLO A, 1995
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Safety and efficacy of Zingiber ofcinale roots on fertility of male diabetic rats. Food and Chemical Toxicology 48(10):2920–2924.

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