Ginger root has been used for thousands of years in medicine, particularly in Asia. It's cheap, very easy to consume in cuisine or in tea, and is often used as a 'home remedy' to treat nausea, pain, and inflammation.
A widely shared remedy for feeling better after a big night out on the sauce.
Known to help reduce inflammation in the gut and improve digestion.
A widely shared remedy for easing that sick feeling.
Magnesium helps convert food into energy. Also helps promote good bone health by supporting the production of certain hormones.
Helps protect cells, prevent illness and fight off infection.
Vitamin B6 is important in helping your body store energy from protein and carbs. It's also critical to maintaining healthy levels of oxygen in your blood.
Known for anti-inflammatory properties, which can help with issues all over the body.
Absent Nutrients: Vitamin B12, Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Fatty acids, Cholesterol, Caffeine
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) % shown for adult females, as published by the NHS (UK).
Fructose, Lactose, Fructans and Galactans are known as FODMAPs – small carbohydrates, which can be the cause of many forms of digestive discomfort. Dieticians often recommend following a low-FODMAP diet to relieve recurrent bloating, gas, cramps, diarrhea or constipation.
Too much Ginger can cause sometimes cause acid reflux, irritate the mouth and cause diarrhea.