North American Herb & Spice


Tasty with Health Benefits
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  • Supports Good Digestion
  • Antiseptic, Antioxidant and Anti-inflammatory
  • Expectorant (Mucous Expelling)

Tasty with Health Benefits


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Ginger Supports Good Digestion
(stomach aches, heart burn, diarrhea, spasms, nausea, vomiting)

(infections, dysentery, food poisoning, malaria)

Expectorant – Mucous Expelling
(aids respiratory problems, helps beat common cold and flu congestion and coughs)

(muscle and joint aches, headaches)

Ginger is Good for Heart Health
(lowers cholesterol, prevents blood clots)

(kills free radicals, reducing risk of tumors and slows aging)

(increases sexual desire and helps impotence)

Gingerol is great for use in cooking and beverages.

North American Herb & Spice, Tasty with Health BenefitsCold-extracted ginger oil, complete with the naturally occurring and potent ginger flavonoids.

Sourced from Indonesian ginger – the most powerful aromatic type of ginger known with the highest density of flavonoids.

Aromatic and tasty spice ideal for adding to juice or water as an after dinner treat.

Directions for Use

Take 2 or more drops as needed, under your tongue with juice/water.

Ideal for use in cooking and beverages.

Recommended Use

Supports good digestion, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and helps beat common cold and flu congestion and coughs.

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Ginger has been used in Asia for thousands of years for relief from arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, muscular aches and pains, catarrh, congestion, coughs, sinusitis, sore throats, diarrhea, colic, cramps, indigestion, loss of appetite, motion sickness, fever, flu, chills, and infectious disease.

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