Item No: 1860-100
Ginger has risen to be among the top 12 spices most consumed in the United States. It is commonly used to help with an upset stomach.
The Commission E approved the internal use of ginger for impaired digestion for soothing upset stomach and the European Scientific Cooperative on Phytotherapy (ESCOP) indicates its use as an anti-emetic for minor surgical procedures and for prevention of nausea and vomiting associated with motion. There is a huge array of human clinical studies which have been conducted on the therapeutic effects of ginger over the past 30 years which validate these uses. Ginger has proven useful for women who experience pain and cramping during menses. Ginger has also proven useful in assuaging nausea and dizziness associated with movement. A variety of studies have also demonstrated anti-inflammatory and pain relieving actions and measure a strong antioxidant effect