David G. Olarsch, N.D.
“The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patient in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”
Thomas A. Edison
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Ginger Rescue Syrup
4 oz. liquid
• Equivalent to 6,000 mg of
fresh ginger per serving.
Serving Size 1⁄2 Teaspoon
Servings Per Container 48
Amount Per Serving 750 mg.
[Herb Weight Equivalence]
Certified Organic Fresh and Dry Ginger Root
Daily Value not established on these ingredients.
Other Ingredients:Vegetable glycerin, honey and deionized water.
Adults take one-half (1/2) to one (1) teaspoon as needed.
Keep out of the reach of children. Shake well before using.
4 oz. This quick acting organic ginger liquid is great for many conditions, and can even be used in cooking! Children love it. Many herbalists call Ginger a "cure-all" herb because it is good for so many things.
Morning sickness, motion sickness, stomach aches, immune system, hormonal balance, circulation, winter health, sinus congestion, mucous & phlegm, allergies, colds, flu and asthma.
The Health Benefits of Ginger: From Anti-Nausea to Lower Blood Pressure & Beyond
Do suffer from motion sickness in cars, airplanes or on boats? The benefits of ginger can relieve your motion sickness and make you healthier!
We come across many forms of ginger pretty regularly. After all, ginger tastes great!
Warm and spicy, people have used ginger root for centuries to flavor everything from vegetables and meats to tea and desserts. In medieval Europe, it was a condiment on the table along with salt and pepper. In taverns, people used to sprinkle powdered ginger in their beer to make the first "ginger ale."
What we often call ginger root is actually the underground rhizome of the ginger plant and much more than a tasty addition at the table. The benefits of ginger and its medicinal qualities make it an effective treatment for a variety of ailments.
Traditional Chinese medicine and Ayurveda recommend ginger root to heal digestive troubles and decrease inflammation, and new research supports that this ancient cure has modern healing power!
The Power of Ginger
Ginger has amazing health benefits and can help with these conditions:*
•Osteoarthritis. Ginger is an effective osteoarthritis treatment, specifically for the knee.
•Inflammation. Ginger contains powerful anti-inflammatory agents called gingerols.
•Nausea and vomiting. People experiencing motion sickness often use ginger to alleviate their symptoms.
•Morning sickness. Pregnant women have found relief using ginger to eliminate morning sickness.
•High blood pressure. Ginger can decrease blood pressure and acts as a blood thinner.
•Digestion. Ginger promotes the production and secretion of bile from the liver and gall bladder, helping to improve your digestion of fats.
•Free radical damage. Ginger is an amazing antioxidant and offers considerable protection against free radicals.
•Radiation exposure. Ginger has been shown to protect your body from radiation, possibly in conjunction with its antioxidant capabilities.
•High blood sugar. Ginger can help regulate blood sugar levels.
•High cholesterol. One study found that ginger can lower blood cholesterol levels, possibly pointing to ginger as an effective treatment for heart disease.
•Cancer. In lab tests, ginger extracts were found to destroy ovarian cancer cells. Another study found that the gingerols may inhibit the growth of colorectal cancer.
Body Ecology and Ginger
Because ginger has so many amazing health benefits, we use it in a variety of recipes.
Here are some ways you can enjoy ginger:
Ginger Tea - Boil several slices of ginger root in one quart of water for about 15-20 minutes. Add healthy sweetener to taste, then let the tea sit for a half hour or more. You can make your Ginger Tea stronger or weaker depending on your taste.
Also check out the delicious Ginger Cranberry Sauce Recipe at the bottom of the page!
Harvest Soup - This is a great fall soup and especially healing when you add ginger.
1 - 2 Tbsp. organic, unrefined coconut oil, ghee or butter
1 large onion, chopped
3 cloves garlic, chopped
4 - 5 medium carrots, chopped
3 medium red potatoes, chopped
1 medium fennel bulb with stalk and leaves (optional)
Broccoli stems from one bunch of broccoli, chopped
Sea salt or Herbamare to taste
Ginger and/or Curry flavoring to taste
In stockpot, sauté onion in oil, ghee or butter.
Add other vegetables and enough water to cover.
When vegetables are tender, purée ingredients and
return to the stockpot.
Add more water to achieve desired consistency, Celtic Sea Salt, or Herbamare and other seasonings.
Simmer 10 more minutes and serve.
Ginger is an effective osteoarthritis treatment and can ease motion sickness. Experience the benefits of ginger for yourself.
Add some ginger to your favorite foods today. Whether you're looking for an osteoarthritis treatment, suffer from nausea or just want some antioxidant protection, the benefits of ginger are universal, and delicious!
"Ginger may useful in treating osteoarthritis pain," AllAboutArthritis.com.
R.F. Ahern, "Mal de Mer," Geocities.com. http://www.geocities.com/freighterman.geo/seasickness.html
Sahelian, Ray, "Ginger," RaySahelian.com. http://www.raysahelian.com/ginger.html
Ginger, WHFoods.org. http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=72
Ginger Cranberry Sauce
This is a healthy, delicious and versatile sauce. If you love ginger you may want to increase the amount of ginger in the recipe.
12 oz pkg fresh cranberries
2/3 cup natural sweetener
2 tsp fresh ginger juice (or more to taste)
½ tsp celtic sea salt
2 cups water
2 Tbsp lime juice
Zest of one small lime
½ cup walnuts, pecans or almonds, chopped (optional)
Combine cranberries, sweetner, ginger and sea salt in saucepan.
Pour 2 cups of water over ingredients or just enough to barely cover the cranberries.
Cook over medium heat, bring to a boil, cover and reduce to simmer.
Cook until cranberries have burst open, are tender.
Remove from heat, add lime juice, lime zest and nuts.
Let sit and mixture will begin to thicken.
Serve warm or cold
Note: Cranberries are an acid fruit and combine well with nuts and seed. Some find they can enjoy a little acid fruit with an animal protein meal. Some feel it even stimulates their digestion. This would not combine well with a grain. Acid fruits also combine with dairy. You could combine this Gingery Cranberry Sauce with milk kefir or even cream if you want to create another recipe. Also be sure to read about the benefits of ginger, another key ingredient in this sauce.
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Kept our entire Family healthy for over a year! Used it for motion sickness with the kids in the car, sore throats, tummy aches, you name it. Also became a favorite on yogurt, pancakes, waffles and in hot water or as an iced tea. Very versatile.
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