Ginger is a perennial plant with lubricated rhizomes. The plant has several stems up to two meters high and has spear-shaped leaves and branched like fingers and has yellow flowers with purple lips. Ginger is known by several names such as ginger, sage, African ginger, black ginger, and Jamaican ginger. . Ginger is a perennial plant with lubricated rhizomes. The plant has several stems up to two meters high and has spear-shaped leaves and branched like fingers and has yellow flowers with purple lips. Ginger is known by several names such as ginger, sage, African ginger, black ginger, and Jamaican ginger. . The used part of the ginger plant: rhizome, rhizome oil, ginger is scientifically known as Zingiber officinalis. Chemical contents of ginger: Ginger rhizomes contain volatile oil at a rate between 3-2.5 The main compounds in this oil are: phellandrine.Linallol.Alph-Zingiberene.Curcumene.beta-bisabolene, and it also contains another group Franesen.Zingeberol Neral.geranial.D-Camphor.beta. The most important compounds of this group are known as Gingerols that contain Aryl alkanes. It is the compound to which the spicy taste in ginger is attributed, in addition to the gingerol gingerdiols group, which is also a spicy substance. The roots also contain Shogaol, which is one of its most important compounds, Shogaols, and contains a large amount of starch. Medicinal uses of ginger: Ginger is one of the best natural medicines in the world. Ginger has been the subject of extensive research. Its therapeutic benefits are largely due to its resinous volatile oil, and a clinical study has been conducted on the effect of ginger on dizziness, seaweed, and vomiting in general. That study was conducted at St. Bartholomew Hospital in London in 1990 and they found that ginger was more effective as an anti-emetic than the prescribed drugs. In China, experiments were conducted on patients suffering from dysentery and found that 70% of patients with dysentery were cured. Ginger was also studied as an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, ulcer, and as a pain reliever. Six clinical studies were studied, and studies proved the effectiveness of ginger, and there was another study on cholesterol, and it turned out that ginger Lowers the level of cholesterol in the blood. Boiled ginger, sweetened with honey, is used for cases of cold, cough, expelling flatus, and soothing colic, by taking a teaspoon of ginger powder and adding it to a cup of boiling water and leaving the mixture to soak for 15 minutes, then add a tablespoon of honey and mix it well, then drink it at the rate of a cup in the morning and another at bedtime. . Ginger is used as a chew to stimulate blood circulation and for cases of indigestion. Boiled ginger is used at a rate of one teaspoon, added to a cup of boiling water, left for 10 minutes, and then drunk at a rate of a cup three times a day to alert the stomach, heart, and blood circulation, and against stress for the vocal cords. Ginger is used at a rate of one teaspoon, added to a cup of boiling water, stirred well, and then drunk hot to activate saliva secretion, remove phlegm and sweat the body. Ginger extracts found in supplementary food stores are used at a rate of two capsules (200 mg) before traveling on sea or air flights for those suffering from seasickness or vomiting on the plane. A maximum of one capsule is also used to treat morning sickness in a pregnant woman. Ginger mixed with anise is used for cases of satiety, nausea and excessive phlegm. Ginger is used in making Arabic coffee, especially in the countryside. It is also used in many jams, stews and pastries, such as biscuits, klejja and others. Ginger is used as a popular drink in winter time. It warms, refreshes and revitalizes the body. Ginger enters menstruation medications and is also used as a stimulant for epilepsy.