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Ginger Pastilles is promoted as candy but may also be used for nausea, as well as common cold symptoms, thanks to the medicinal uses of ginger. The formula was developed by St. Claire’s Organics.
St. Claire’s Organics is a manufacturer of organic candy from the United States. The company has several product lines, such as peppermints, organic sweets, cocoa mix, organic tarts, as well as aromatherapy pastilles. The company promotes the importance of consuming only organic products that are allergen-free. Therefore their formulas are 100% vegan and do not contain allergens such as dairy, eggs, gluten, etc. Moreover, St. Claire’s Organics also believes in the importance of medicinal plants and folk medicine, thus it supports a non-profit organization by donating them part of its net profit in order to lend a hand in preserving the herbal knowledge of indigenous cultures.
St. Claire’s Organics promotes Ginger Pastilles as an organic candy with spicy natural flavoring. In addition, it is based entirely on organic ingredients. The producer also mentions that Ginger Pastilles is not an important source of calories from saturated fat and dietary fiber or vitamins A, C, iron, and calcium. There are not any indications as to who should use the pastilles on the manufacturer’s site, nonetheless ginger is quite safe and has been used for a long time as a spice, in sweets and as a medicinal herb.
Ginger Pastilles Ingredients
Ginger Pastilles includes the following ingredients: Ginger root powder, Ginger oleoresin, Ginger essential oil, Molasses granules, and evaporated Cane juice.
Ginger Pastilles by St. Claire’s Organics is based on ginger which is used as both a medicinal herb, but also for culinary purposes (ginger ale, dipping sauces, and pickled ginger). As a medicinal herb, ginger is primarily known for alleviating symptoms of nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness, chemotherapy, pregnancy, and also common cold symptoms. It may also improve digestion, based on anecdotal evidence and laboratory tests. Scientists have concluded that ginger might help with vomiting and nausea in certain cases. Moreover, ginger may decrease blood sugar levels (thus interacting with diabetes medication) and help against blood clots (consequently it could interfere with blood thinning medicine). Ginger is generally considered safe although some people have reported mild symptoms of heartburn or headaches.
The Ginger Pastilles formula has not been overseen by the FDA in terms of potential side effects and effectiveness. The producer does not mention side effects associated the use of Ginger Pastilles. St. Claire’s Organics recommends servings of two pastilles, therefore one tin of some 54 pastilles should be enough for 27 days if you have only one daily serving. One serving contains 1.5g of sugars and 6 calories. The manufacturer does not say anything about the maximum number of daily servings.
- A tin of about 54 pastilles costs around $2.5-$3.5 (retailers offer discounts), which would recommend it as a cheap product
- It is available in many online stores
- Shipping charges are affordable
- Some customers may not like how the pastilles taste, based on some online consumer reviews
- Ginger may interact with other drugs, such as diabetes, blood thinning and blood pressure medication
St. Claire’s Organics recommends Ginger Pastilles as herbal sweets for anyone who enjoys their spicy taste. As ginger is not only a culinary herb but also a medicinal one, the pastilles may also help you with digestion problems, nausea, vomiting, and symptoms of common cold. People who have used this formula have had mixed opinions especially when it comes to the Ginger Pastilles taste. However, there are not so many consumer testimonials over the Internet. Since the product is quite inexpensive and easily available online, we believe it deserves at least a try. However, as ginger interacts with some drugs, you should consult your doctor before use if you are currently taking medicine.