Ginger Supreme Review
Ginger Supreme is an herbal supplement that aims to alleviate nausea symptoms and modulate inflammations. It may support anti-oxidant activity, a healthy heart as well as good blood circulation. The company behind the product is Gaia Herbs.
Gaia Herbs is one of the main growers and manufacturers of organic herbal supplements and herbs in the US. It was set up in 1986 in North Carolina. In 1997, Gaia Herbs started operating its own certified organic farm, which is one of the largest in the country. The company focuses on the production of certified organic formulas from herbs that are processed according to technologies that ensure all the chemical components in the plants are kept intact.
The producer advertises Ginger Supreme as being very potent given the technology the company uses to process the plants. Thus one dose contains more than one gram of raw herbs. It is also fast acting as a result of the fact that the capsules containing the liquid formula are better than the traditional soft-gel or gelatin capsules. They disintegrate within about twelve minutes from being ingested. Ginger Supreme is recommended to people with inflammatory disorders or suffering from nausea (caused by motion sickness for instance). It also has anti-oxidant properties being able to support new cell growth and cell regeneration and it may be useful in maintain good blood circulation.
Ginger Supreme Ingredients
Ginger Supreme includes the following ingredients: Ginger Root Supercritical CO2 extract, Ginger Root Ethanolic Extract, Turmeric Root Supercritical CO2 extract, Soy Lecithin, Vegetable Glycerin, and Vegetable Cellulose (Capsule).
Ginger Supreme is an herbal supplement based on a mix of ginger and turmeric, two herbs with anti-inflammatory properties and effective in treating digestive disorders according to folk medicine. According to laboratory studies, ginger contains chemical compounds that interfere with the production of some hormones responsible for inflammations and pains. In addition, some of its organic constituents may promote the flow of digestion juices, therefore ginger may promote healthy digestion, alleviating nausea and vomiting symptoms among other stomach upsets. However, clinical trials on humans have yielded slightly different results but this may be due to the fact that researchers did not use the right dose or did not administer it to patients at the right time according to some specialists. For instance, it is still debatable whether ginger has anti-inflammation properties and whether it is effective in combating motion sickness. Other studies have shown that ginger may help in treating nausea caused by chemotherapy and pregnancy. Some preliminary studies have shown ginger may be effective in treating several heart diseases. Ginger rarely causes side effects which are usually mild. It should not be used by pregnant women, as its effect on the fetus has not been sufficiently studied.
The Ginger Supreme formulation has not been studied by scientists and it is not FDA evaluated as it is a dietary supplement. The manufacturer advises that pregnant or lactating women should not use the product. People suffering from certain medical disorders or currently under medication should also ask for medical advice before taking Ginger Supreme. The producer recommends a daily intake of one or two capsules at meal. One bottle contains either 30 or 60 capsules. Potential side effects are not mentioned on the Gaia Herbs website.
- One month’s supply costs around $20 (one capsule per day) and around $25-$35 (two capsules per day, depending on discounts), which recommends the product as moderately priced to fairly expensive
- You can be refunded or have the product replaced by the producer
- It is fast acting
- It does not have many online consumer reviews
- It is still debatable whether ginger helps in inflammatory diseases according to researchers
Ginger Supreme is recommended by Gaia Herbs against nausea, inflammations but also for ensuring the well functioning of the heart and blood vessels, and promoting anti-oxidant activity. From a theoretical perspective, the product should work given its list of ingredients and the fact that it is made by a reputable producer. However the formula does not benefit from many online consumer testimonials, therefore there is not much empirical evidence supporting its effectiveness. We recommend asking for medical advice before using the product because it is very potent therefore you may experience side effects more easily. It is also safer to consult a professional if you are already taking other drugs or suffer from a certain illness.
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