We all know that ginger is a powerful herb or spice with many proven health benefits. It is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that are beneficial for your brain and your body and especially helpful for breastfeeding mothers. Some of you might be wondering if ginger is useful when you\u2019re breastfeeding your little angels. Worry no more because ginger is believed to help mothers to heal from childbirth. It\u2019s also thought to be a milk booster that stimulates milk production. Credit: The Sugar Tree Why consider eating ginger while breastfeeding? Credit: Birthing and Beyond Ginger is listed amongst one of the common food agents that will effectively increase the production of breast milk. The ketones gift in ginger boosts the system and scale back conditions of inflammation and also helps scale back the health discomforts of nausea, vomiting, and dead cells. Here are some benefits of ginger during breastfeeding: Credit: Dreamstime.com 1. Ginger stimulates digestion Mothers who breastfeed are prone to suffer from bloating, constipation, indigestion and gas. Ginger helps improve their appetite and energy level at the same time. 2. Ginger helps get rid of nausea Ginger is known to help prevent morning sickness 3. Ginger helps combat respiratory disorders Respiratory and nasal congestion can be prevented by consuming ginger. It helps fight allergies and also cold. 4. Ginger improves blood circulation Ginger contains compounds like gingerols and zingerone that have a warming effect on the body, resulting in good blood circulation throughout the body. It will also support your heart health and also prevent a high chance of you from getting heart attacks and strokes. 5. Ginger helps strengthen immunity and reduces stress Ginger helps improve body resistance to diseases and enables you to calm down which helps in reducing stress levels of cortisol. Side effects of ginger Credit: Atlanta Mart Private Limited Ginger isn\u2019t harmful to pregnant or breastfeeding mothers, but too much of everything can be bad too. Ginger is also not suitable for everyone. Do take note if you are experiencing any of the following: 1. If you have a mild stomachache, diarrhoea and gassy stomach. 2. Do not consume ginger if you have excessive blood loss during childbirth unless you have already spoken to your doctor because ginger can increase your risk of bleeding. 3. If you are taking certain medications such as blood thinners, heart and blood pressure medication, diabetic medication, aspirin, or if you have any allergies, you should consult your doctor because ginger can interfere with these medications. All in all, ginger is still safe for mothers who breastfeed and even for pregnant moms. It can also promote healing after childbirth and help stimulate the production of breast milk too. Parents let us know what you think about this article or share your story below. To find more parenting advice, and products head over to\u00a0Motherhood.com.my.