Menstrual flow is the uterus lining shedding, so it originates in the uterus and would leave the uterus via the cervix. The cervix is at the top of the vaginal canal, the vaginal canal then is the passageway through which the menstrual flow passes.
Ginger does not affect the menstrual flow.
Menstrual flow is blood, uterine tissue, discharge, and cervical mucus. Menstrual flow occurs during menstruation, also known as a period.
Menstrual flow will normally be red, but during lighter flow it will take time for the blood to leave your body and thus it will turn brown. It is completely normal for menstrual flow to look red or brown and alternate between the two because menstrual flow isn't a constant flow.
A woman has her menstrual flow during menstruation, which is at the start of her menstrual cycle. The typical menstrual cycle is around 28 days, meaning she should menstruate roughly every month.
Menorrhagia is excessive menstrual flow, and metrorrhagia is abnormally frequent menstrual flow.
Menstrual flow consists mainly of uterine cells, uterine tissue and blood. Menstrual flow will also contain vaginal discharge, cervical mucus, and vaginal skin cells that are carried along by the menstrual flow as it passes through the vaginal canal.
Menstrual flow comes from the uterus - it is the secondary uterine lining that builds up during the menstrual cycle in preparation for possible pregnancy. Menstrual flow is then expelled via the cervix and through the vaginal canal.
The opening through which menstrual flow flows is the vaginal opening. Menstrual flow leaves the uterus via the cervix and then passes through the vaginal canal.