This spicy herb helps settle occasional stomach upset and may help with motion sickness.
Improves digestion and appetite, reduces nausea and vomiting.
- Nutritionally supports the digestive process.
- Helps settle occasional stomach upset.
- May help prevent motion sickness.
How It Works:
Researchers have found that ginger may help settle the stomach during times of occasional nausea, motion sickness and morning sickness.
Take 1 capsule with a meal twice daily.
Quantity: 100 Capsules
Amount: 500 mg each
Say "NO' to nausea
Ginger root is an aromatic stimulant that improves digestion and appetite.
It is more effective than Dramamine for motion sickness.
Rather than blocking the feelings of nausea in the brain, it acts directly on
the stomach and liver to reduce nausea and vomiting. Ginger also stimulates
the circulatory system.
Some users sprinkle ginger powder between two layers of cloth around limbs to
improve poor circulation.
It is warming during cold weather.
A study has shown that ginger can prevent the onset of migraine headaches, especially
if they start with strong nausea or vertigo.
Another study showed that a moderate amount of ginger is a safe remedy for morning
sickness during pregnancy; it helps about 2 out of 3 sufferers.
Chinese practioners urge caution during pregnancy
with large (3-12 grams/day) doses of ginger.
These large amounts are needed for ginger to be effective as an anti-inflammatory
Ginger [Digestive] has been cultivated for thousands of years in China and India.
It was written about in many ancient Chinese herbal texts and is an ingredient
in as many as half of all Chinese herbal combinations. The Chinese use it to
buffer the effects of stronger herbs, and they drink it widely in tea.
The root has a strong, sweet scent.
Each capsule contains 500 mg ginger rhizome.
Take one capsule with a meal twice daily.
Amount Per Capsule: Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale) 500 mg*
*Daily Value not established
Other Ingredients: Kosher gelatin and water.