- Ginger has been clinically shown to help prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, and/or seasickness.
- Ginger has been used traditionally in Herbal Medicine as a carminative to help relieve digestive upset/disturbances including lack of appetite, nausea, digestive spasms, cramps, indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, constipation, and colic.
- Ginger has been used traditionally in Herbal Medicine as an expectorant and anti-tussive to help relieve bronchitis as well as coughs and colds.
- Stimulates circulation which may help relieve pain and inflammation associated with rheumatic conditions.
- Ginger has also traditionally been used to treat dysmenorrhea and ovarian neuralgia, and helps to relieve pain associated with menstruation.
How It Works:
There is an old Indian proverb that says, "Every good quality is contained in ginger." Ancient Indians used their native ginger in cooking, to preserve food and to treat digestive problems. This widely used condiment has a recorded history of medicinal usage in China dating from the 4th century B.C. The ancient Chinese sailors who used ginger to prevent seasickness were probably right. Ginger's anti-nausea action relieves motion sickness and dizziness (vertigo) as well as OTC medications, according to many studies. Ginger has an important positions in herbal tradition, particularly for digestive upsets. The herb’s warming effect helps stimulate circulation, promotes sweating, reduces fever, relieves colds and upsets of the respiratory system.
Medicinal Ingredients: Each capsule contains Zingiber officinale (ginger) rhizome 500 mg.
Non-medicinal ingredients: gelatin capsule (kosher).
Dosage: Anti Nausea- Adults, adolescents and children 6 years and under:Take 1-4 capsules daily. Take 1-2 capsules 30 min before travel, optionally 1 capsule every 4 hours as necessary, or 1 capsule 4 times daily to a maximum of 4 capsules daily.
Other uses- Adults, Adolescents and children 6 years and older:Take 1 capsule 4x daily.