PROPERTIES: Antiemetic, unnatural, circulatory stimulant, suppressed cough, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, relaxes peripheral blood vessels, sweating, expectorant.
Ginger tincture is used effectively for various digestive disorders, such as indigestion, nausea, gas and colic. Its antiseptic properties make it important for gastrointestinal infections as well as some types of food poisoning. It stimulates the circulatory system and helps blood flow in the skin. It is an important herb for chilblains and poor blood circulation in the hands and feet eliminating toxins.
In cases of high blood pressure Ginger helps improve circulation. It increases sweating and lowers body temperature in fever. It has a warming and soothing effect on cough, colds, flu and other respiratory problems. It relieves indigestion disturbed by travel and morning sleekness and it is also important for the circulatory system.
DOSE SUGGESTED: 10-20 drops in 100ml of water 3 times a day for up to 4 weeks. To improve digestion take 30 drops with water twice a day. Repeat after a month.
PROCAUTIONS: Do not used ginger in medical dose if you suffer of peptic ulcer. Avoid during pregnancy or breast-feeding.
Tinctures of medical plants have a supportive effect. They are completely natural and superior of nutritional supplements. They do not contain preservatives or chemicals. They are created by immersing the herb usually in pure alcohol for about 4-6 weeks. During this time the active herd ingredients are dissolved in the alcohol thus giving us a tincture rich in valuable active substances.
CAUTION: Tinctures do not replace prescriptions.