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Ginger Root (Certified Organic) - 450 mg
Nourishes Digestive Tract Health! *
100 capsules

Ginger Root (Certified Organic) - 450 mg

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Traditionally used to help support bowel and digestive tract health, circulation problems, digestion, headache, colon issues, nausea and more. *

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"been taking ginger root as a mild non steroidal anti inflamatory for many years - keeps my osteoartritus in check - trick is it takes about a month to kick in"  -- Shawn

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ZIN Product Number: 517702
Size: 100 capsules
Weight: 0.18 lbs (0.08 KG)
Size (inches): 1.77" X 1.77" X 3.86"
Size (cm): 4.5 cm X 4.5 cm X 9.8 cm


Ingredients: Ginger (450 mg) (Root) (Certified Organic)

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Water

Description - Research and Analysis


Zingiber officinale, Roscoe (Zingiberaceae). Commonly called ginger. In French it is Gingembre; in German, Ingwerwurzelstock.


Ginger comes from a perennial tropical plant that grows in many parts of the world. Ginger from Jamaica is the most prized and the most difficult to obtain. Total worldwide production is thought to exceed 100,000 tons.

The plant has large flowers that look much like orchids, but the flowers produce neither fruits nor seeds - the plant reproduces through it's rhizomes. A volatile oil is distilled from ginger's rhizomes. It contains a complex mixture of molecules called terpenoids. The main terpenoid is called zingiberene, but the mix of terpenoids depends on where the plants have been grown. Gingerols, the plant components that impart the spicy taste, are not contained in the volatile oils - they are obtained by solvent extraction. The spiciest, most pungent ginger components, called shogaols, are not even found in fresh plants. They form during the drying process. Terpenoids, gingerols, and shogaols all exert effects on the body.


Ginger-containing products were used to help support nausea and indigestion by Chinese physicians more than 2000 years ago. Traditional herbalists attributed different actions to different parts of the plant. Fresh rhizomes were used to help support nausea and coughs, dried rhizomes were used to help support stomach aches and back pain. Over the years, ginger has become one of the most commonly used food additives.

Traditional Support Uses

Carminative and antiemetic (fights vomiting).

Commission E Recommendations

Ginger can be used to help support dyspepsia (upset stomach) and motion sickness.

Possible Effects

Ginger exerts positive effects on the digestive, cardiovascular, and central nervous systems. It may also be a powerful anti-inflammatory agent. However, the only action ever to be evaluated in clinical trials is the ability of ginger to help control nausea. Several different clinical trials have shown that ginger can reduce motion sickness, and that ginger (along with the use of vitamin B6 and acupressure) also helps support the nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy.


When used to help avoid motion sickness or the morning sickness of pregnancy, the recommended dose is 1 to 2 grams of the powdered rhizome. For other purposes, the dose is 0.25 to 1.0 grams of powdered rhizome three times a day.

According to the British Pharmacopeia, the dose of Weak Ginger Tincture (1:5, 90 percent ethanol) is 1.5 to 3 milliliters up to three times a day.

For Strong Ginger Tincture (1:2, 90 percent ethanol), the dose is 0.25 to .5 milliliters up to three times a day.


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Take 1 capsule, 3 times daily, with meals.



Gingerols, and possibly other components as well, can have a marked effect on contraction of the muscles in the bowel, and in the passages connecting the gallbladder to the intestine. There are no clinical reports of anyone with gallstones ever getting worse because they took ginger, but Commission E warns against using ginger if you have gallstones. (Commission E also warns against use by pregnant women.)

Drug Testing

No component found in ginger rhizomes, or in the volatile oil, has ever been shown to interfere with workplace urine drug screening tests.


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ginger root  Ginger Root (Certified Organic) - 450 mg

been taking ginger root as a mild non steroidal anti inflamatory for many years - keeps my osteoartritus in check - trick is it takes about a month to kick in

-- Shawn
-- April 1, 2007

ginger root  Ginger Root (Certified Organic) - 450 mg

a non-steriodial anti-inflamitory - i use it for osteo-arthritus - takes about one month before the effect kicks in - been using it for many years - the effect has not diminished - dose remains the same not like aspirin

-- Darliece
-- April 5, 2007

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