Super Gingerols is an extract of ginger (Zingiber officinale) standardized to 20% gingerols which have multiple properties. It is traditionally used for digestive problems (upset stomach following a fatty meal) and especially for acid reflux. Indeed it is just as effective for this as the commonly-prescribed proton pump inhibitor (PPI) drugs but does not have the latter's long-term side-effects. In such cases, it is beneficial to combine it with Mastic Gum.
Ginger principal components are gingerols (including 6-gingerol) and shogaols. They are what gives ginger its smell, taste and activity. Along with cinnamon and turmeric, ginger is one of the three best-known spices in the world, known as much for the flavour they bring to cooking as for their health benefits. Ginger grows wild in tropical climates. Part of the Zingiberaceae family, the root is used as a spice in sweet and savory dishes.
Super Gingerols is a simple, natural and safe supplement. It is one of those basic nutritional supplements you should always have in your ‘first-aid kit' for relieving joint or muscle pain, nausea, and temporary digestive problems, as well as for maintaining long-term, optimal health:
Super Gingerols is purposely not combined with cinnamon in order to avoid possible interactions in sensitive individuals.
|Daily dose: 2 capsules
Number of doses per pack: 30
|Amount per dose|
|Extract of ginger standardised to 20% gingerols||400 mg|
|Other ingredients: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.|
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