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Ginger Root Tea

Ginger Root Tea

Known for its' support in healthy digestion and in treating diabetes.*


    Ginger Root (Zingiber officinale, imber, cochin ginger, ardraka, jengibre)


    ACTIONS: Antinausea, Antiseptic, Antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle), Carminative (relieving flatulence), Diaphoretic, Emmenagogue (stimulate menstrual flow), Rubefacient (enhances blood flow in area applied), Stimulant (increase energy in the body by enlivening the physiological functions)*


    MEDICINAL USES: Ginger root is best known for the treatment of motion sickness. It has been shown to be more effective than over-the-counter medications for nausea, motion sickness, and seasickness. Ginger also effectively stimulates peripheral circulation, making it effective for bad circulation, chilblains, and cramps. In feverish conditions, ginger acts as a useful diaphoretic, promoting perspiration.*


    Ginger contains a proteolytic enzyme that has been shown to reduce inflammation and help repair damaged joints and cartilage tissue, hence its' use in treating arthritis and joint pain. Ginger demonstrates anti-inflammatory effects in rheumatoid arthritis due to dual inhibition of cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase. It also has been shown an ability to inhibit the actions of prostaglandins.*


    It improves circulation in the pelvis and often used in reproductive tonics for men and women, as well as formulas for menstrual cramps and PMS. Ginger lowers blood-level triglycerides linked to diabetes and heart disease. Its' antiseptic properties make ginger highly effective in treating gastrointestinal infections, and is used in formulas for food poisoning.* 


    As a gargle, it helps relieve sore throats. Externally, it is the base of many treatments for fibrositis and muscle sprains.*


    PREPARATION & DOSAGE: To make decoction, put 1-2 teaspoons of ginger into 1 cup of water, bring to a boil, and gently simmer for 10-15 minutes, 3x daily.

    To achieve the best results, follow Dr. Sebi's Nutritional Guide, which reflects an African Biomineral Diet. Since food is medicine, the true healing comes from daily eating choices with the support of herbal remedies.


    SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS: Large doses (12-14g) may enhance the effects of anticoagulant drugs. There is caution in using ginger for morning sickness during pregnancy, but traditional Chinese medicine tells us simply not to use more than 2g of dried ginger daily during pregnancy. 

    *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

    Consult your healthcare practitioner prior to use if your pregnant or breastfeeding, taking any medication, or if you have a medical condition.


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