Always read the label and follow the directions for use. Read the warnings before purchase.
Ginger is well known for its long historic use as both a culinary and medicinal herb. It has been used traditionally in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine to help relieve mild rheumatic aches and pains while also having effects in reducing abdominal distension and bloating.
Why use Caruso’s Ginger?
Caruso’s Ginger utilises a specific ginger extract containing 2.5mg of the active constituents gingerols. Gingerols have an anti-inflammatory action which may help to relieve symptoms associated with mild osteoarthritis such as mild joint pain, stiffness and swelling. Ginger also has benefits in promoting healthy digestive function and the anti-inflammatory effects may help in reducing menstrual pain and cramps.
Caruso’s Ginger has been formulated for:
• Decreasing nausea
• Reducing symptoms associated with motion/travel sickness
• Reducing morning sickness
• Decreasing indigestion
• Relieving digestive discomfort
• Decreasing symptoms associated with mild osteoarthritis
Directions for use:
For nausea and travel sickness: Adults and children over 12 take 1 tablet when required with food up to 4 times daily.
Children 6-12 years take half a tablet half an hour before travelling or when required with food up to 4 times daily.
For morning sickness: Adults take 1 tablet with food when required up to 4 times a day.
For symptoms of mild osteoarthritis and period pain: take 2 tablets daily with food or advised by your health professional.
Each tablet contains:
Zingiber officinale ext.dry.conc…………………25mg
From min dry root …………500mg
Std to gingerols 2.5mg
Free from: Sugar, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, corn, starch, soy, nuts, animal products, preservatives, artificial colours and artificial flavours.
Always read the label. Follow the directions for use. If symptoms persist, worsen or change unexpectedly, talk to your health professional.
Not to be used in children under the age of 6 years.
Take at least 2 hours away from pharmaceutical medications.
Please use caution when using in conjunction with blood thinners.
Advise your doctor of any medicine you take during pregnancy, particularly in the first trimester.