Gingerols are the active substances in Ginger root extract. Scientific studies have demonstrated that Ginger is an excellent natural stomach-soother and digestive system tonic. In addition, Ginger possesses a number of constituents that may support healthy cardiovascular function, encourage a balanced immune system response, and may help to temporarily alleviate menstrual pain and osteoarthritic pain.
Native to tropical Asia, ginger is a perennial cultivated in the tropical climates of Australia, Brazil, China, India, Jamaica, West Africa, and parts of the United States. The rhizome, which is used medicinally and as a culinary spice, is harvested at 6 to 20 months; taste and pungency increase with maturity. The plant carries a green-purple flower in terminal spikes; the flowers are similar in appearance to orchids. Historical uses for ginger include headaches and migraines, blood pressure and flow, chills, and colds.
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Benefits and dosage
1. Digestive Support
Ginger root is a medicinal herb used primarily for the treatment of dyspepsia (discomfort after eating), this includes the symptoms of bloating, heartburn, flatulence, and nausea. It is also considered helpful as a preventative for motion sickness and as a digestive.
2. Relieve Nausea
Ginger appears to be highly effective against nausea.
For example, it has a long history of use as a sea sickness remedy, and there is some evidence that it may be as effective as prescription medication. Ginger may also relieve nausea and vomiting after surgery, and in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. But it may be the most effective when it comes to pregnancy-related nausea, such as morning sickness.
3. Painful menstrual periods
Some research shows that taking 1500 mg of ginger in three divided doses daily for the first three days of menstrual periods can reduce menstrual pain severity and other symptoms.
Taking ginger can modestly reduce pain in some people with a form of arthritis called osteoarthritis. It involves degeneration of the joints in the body, leading to symptoms like joint pain and stiffness.
Recommended Dosage:250-1000 mg daily
Medical and health industry
Dietary Supplements, medicine, Ointment for arthritis
Digestive Support, Relieve Occasional Nausea, Cold relief, Anti-Inflammatory
Daily chemical industry
Soap, shampoo, dish detergent
Fragrance, antibacterial, hair tonic
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) considers ginger to be a safe food supplement (“generally recognized as safe”).
Large doses carry the potential for adverse reactions. Mild GI effects (eg, heartburn, diarrhea, mouth irritation) have been reported.
Packing and Storage
Packed in 25kg paper drums with two plastic bags inside.
Please store in well closed containers away from moisture and heat.