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When Is The Best Time To Take Ginger?

Maximise the benefits of our incredible Sri Lankan Ginger by optimising when you're taking it for the effects you're looking for!

In The Morning ☀️

Strengthens immune system

We all know the wonders of Ginger when you have a cold, especially in a warm drink with lemon! Ginger has been shown in scientific studies to support the body in dealing with both bacterial and viral infections.

Have 1-2 servings daily.

Supports headache relief

If you suffer regularly from headaches, you need to know this…taking Ginger was found in a 2013 study to be just as effective as a common migraine drug it was tested against and without side effects (Phytotherapy Research).

Eases period cramps

Get a handle on your monthly cramps by taking Ginger each morning – it has been found in several studies to significantly reduce painful cramps, along with the associated nausea.

Start with 1 serving daily a few days before your period and continue throughout. If needed, increase to 2 daily servings.

Helps morning sickness

A study on pregnant women suffering nausea and vomiting found that the group who took 1g Ginger daily (equal to 2.5 capsules) had an 85% rate of improvement in their symptoms (The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 2009).

Have 1 serving daily. If needed, increase to 2 servings.

With A Meal (or up to 1 hr before eating) 🥗

Weight loss and a slimmer waist

Ginger increases our sensitivity to insulin, an effective way to reduce the body’s signals to store fat, especially around the middle! Several studies have found it to lead to significant losses in weight and waist circumference (Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders).

Beat bloating and gas

The positive effect of Ginger on the whole digestive tract is amazing – it has been found to improve bloating, along with gas and stomach upsets (Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2019).

Boosts digestion

Ginger has been shown to aid stomach contractions and increase the speed of stomach emptying (World Journal of Gastroenterology, 2011). Perfect when you have a heavy meal coming up.

Reduce over-acidity and indigestion

A compound in Ginger has been shown reduce acid 6-8 times more effectively than acid blocking medications. (Molecular Nutrition and Food Research, 2007).

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