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Ginger is well known for its long historic use as both a culinary and therapeutic herb. It has been used traditionally in both Ayurvedic and Chinese systems of therapeutics to help with many of the ailments for which it is still used today. It has been used traditionally to help relieve mild rheumatic aches and soreness and digestive discomfort.
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 joint pain, stiffness and swelling. The anti-inflammatory action has also been shown to help reduce period pain and cramping.
Caruso’s Ginger has been formulated for:
• Symptoms associated with motion/travel sickness
• Morning sickness
• Digestive discomfort
• Symptoms associated with mild joint degeneration
For nausea and travel sickness: Adults and children over 12 take one tablet when required with food up to four times daily.
Children 6-12 years take half a tablet half an hour before travelling or when required with food up to four times daily.
For morning sickness: Adults take one tablet with food when required up to four times a day.
For symptoms of mild joint degeneration and period soreness: take two tablets daily with a meal or advised by your professional.
Active Ingredients. Each tablet contains herbal extracts eqiv. to:
Zingiber officinale root dry extract
derived from Zingiber officinale whole dried root 500mg
Standardised to 2.5mg gingerols
Sugar, dairy, lactose, gluten, wheat, yeast, animal products, eggs, peanuts, soy, corn, sarch, flavours and preservatives,
Take at least 2 hours away from other therapeutics.
Please use caution when using in conjunction with blood thinners
Advise your professional of any therapeutics you take when expecting, particularly in the first trimester