Aqua, Ethanol, Zingiber officinales. (Extraction ratio 1:3, alcohol volume 45%).
What are the benefits of Ginger Tincture?
Historically, Ginger (also known as Zingiber officinale), was commonly used by the Ancient Greeks to help reduce digestive complaints.
Today, Ginger is used to help support digestion, reduce nausea and motion sickness whilst also helping people living with joint pain and arthritic conditions. The Wellness Practitioner Ginger Tincture can be taken when symptoms arise or before travelling.
What is Ginger?
Ginger is a herb that is commonly known as ‘ginger spice’, which is popular in cooking. It is part of the Zingiberaceae family, which is the same family as turmeric. The name “ginger” has changed over the years, but originally came from the Sanskrit word “srngaveram” which means “horn body” and describes its root. Ginger has white and pink buds that can develop into yellow flowers with the root being used commonly as a herbal remedy.
Why does this Ginger Tincture contain alcohol?
Alcohol is used as it is an excellent solvent for extracting herbal medicines. The amount of alcohol used in this herbal tincture is small and therefore does not have any intoxicating effects.
All of The Wellness Practitioner range of herbal remedies and nutritional supplements have been tested for safety and quality independently.
Who could benefit from taking this Ginger Tincture?
Adults who are living with inflammatory conditions that may cause pain, such as arthritis due to certain compounds in Ginger being thought to help reduce inflammation. People who experience occasional digestive discomfort such as bloating or nausea, and those who experience motion sickness may find it gives some relief. This information on the herbal remedy Ginger is based on traditional use only.
15 to 30 drops in little water, up to 3 times a day, or as directed by health practitioner.
Do not exceed stated recommended dose. A food supplement should not be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Please seek medical advice if pregnant or lactating. Store in a cool place, out of reach and sight of children.
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