This favorite holiday spice promotes digestion and helps calm a queasy stomach.*
You experience occasional indigestion or nausea*
You experience morning sickness associated with pregnancy*
You are prone to physical or mental stress and want to maintain a balanced immune response.*
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lactose, corn, egg, fish, shellfish, treenuts, peanuts and gluten. Cross contamination may occur.
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Combination may result in an additive effect of blood becoming too thin, potentially increasing the risk of side effects like bruising or bleeding.
Stress, diet, or pregnancy can cause occasional digestive upset. Ginger stimulates digestion and promotes gastrointestinal comfort.* It helps ease temporary symptoms of nausea, and ordinary morning sickness associated with pregnancy.*
Though Ginger is commonly used for digestive support, it is also associated with several other health-supportive benefits.* Ginger's sharp, spicy flavor comes from its natural oils, especially gingerol. Gingerol is a phytochemical with antioxidant activity and is thought to support cellular integrity and a healthy immune system balance.* It may also support normal cardiovascular function by inhibiting substances associated with blood clots.*
Take with food and plenty of water
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