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    Ginger-EX? Ginger Extracts

    GingerExtracts1Ginger (Zingiber officinale Rosc.) is a perennial herb that grows in India, China, Mexico and several other countries. It has been used as a Traditional Chinese Medicine over 2,500 years to treat abdominal bloating, coughing, vomiting, diarrhoea and rheumatism, etc. In India, Ginger is also used for the treatment of inflammatory joint diseases, such as arthritis. Revered around the world for its pungent taste, ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a natural spice that is also widely prized for its medicinal properties.

    The dried rhizome of ginger contains approximately 1-4% volatile oils. These are the medically active constituents of ginger; they are also responsible for ginger’s characteristic odor and taste.

    The aromatic principles include zingiberene and bisabolene, while the pungent principles are known as gingerols and shogaols. The pungent constituents are credited with the antinausea and antivomiting effects of ginger.

    Currently Botaniex provides the following specifications:

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    Ginger Extracts


    Gingerols 5%~20%

    Ginger Extracts

    Ginger-EX? EO

    Ginger Essential Oil

    Latin Name Zingiber officianale Rosc. GingerExtracts1
    Plant Family Zingiberaceae
    Part of Plant Used Rhizome
    • Antioxidant, anti-aging and quench free radicals
    • Treat migraine, rheumatism and arthritis
    • Anti-tumor
    • Treat morning and motion sickness, nausea and stomachache
    • Anti-bacterial and anti-inflammation
    • Improve stomach, liver and intestine health
    • Reduce dizziness
    • Improve blood platelet level and cardiovascular function
    • Control chronic pain
    Molecular Structure
    MechanismGinger posesses antiemetic, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and cardiotonic properties. Ginger is a cholagogic agent that promotes the flow of bile into the intestine, especially through contraction of the gallbladder. Pharmacologically active components of the oleoresin include gingerols, a class of structurally similar cardioactive compounds, and shogaols. The gingerols produce concentration-dependent inotropic effects through activation of sarcoplasmic reticulum calcium adenosine triphosphatase.


    • Ginger, in all available forms, is very safe to take for a wide variety of ailments.
    • Some people report heartburn after taking ginger.
    DosageStandardized extract in pill form: Take 100 to 200 mg every four hours or up to three times a day.
    For motion sickness: Take l00-150 mg two hours before departing and then every four hours afterward as needed.
    For aching muscles: Add a few drops of ginger oil to 1 tablespoon of a neutral oil (such as almond oil), blend well, then rub the mixture into the painful area.
    For rheumatoid arthritis: Take 100-200 mg three times a day or drink up to four cups of ginger tea daily.
    For chronic pain: Either take 100-150 mg three times daily or blend a few drops of ginger, lavender, and birch oils with 1 tablespoon of a neutral oil (such as almond oil), and gently massage the mixture into the affected areas.
    For cold and allergy relief: Drink up to four cups of ginger tea daily as needed. Folk practitioners also recommend chewing fresh ginger, drinking real ginger ale, or squeezing juice from a fresh ginger root and mixing it with a spoonful of honey

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