- Anti-emetic (anti nausea and vomiting)
- Gastrointestinal Support
- Cholesterol Support
- Improves Insulin Sensitivity
Ginger has been used as both a food and medicine throughout our history.
It's mainly known for its digestive benefits and being ' warming to the stomach'.
It is commonly used to stimulate circulation, treat various digestive disorders, as an anti-inflammatory agent for joint issues and pain, for premenstrual pain and as a stimulant heating agent.
Safety in pregnancy is not known, avoid use.
Use with caution if you have gallstones, gastric ulcers or reflux. In these cases use under naturopath supervision.
Gastric irritation, heartburn and bloating have been reported in clinical trials.
Antibiotics : May have an additive effect avoid concurrent use with antibiotics.
Warfarin : Increased bleeding risk. Avoid ginger tincture.
Antiplatelet drugs: Increased anti inflammatory and antiplatelet effects may occur
*Our naturopath will consult with you to ensure this is right for you.