Lifestream Ginger Syrup – Ginger is highly valued in the sophisticated world of Chinese healing and is used as a main ingredient in many traditional remedies. LifeStream Ginger Syrup is a gentle warming, circulating and soothing digestive tonic.
Digestion, Circulation, Warming:
Ginger is used as a great digestive, circulatory and warming tonic. Ginger also assists normal digestive processes. Lifestream Ginger capsules help warm peripheral circulation including cold hands & feet. Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties and supports joint mobility and suppleness.
Motion or Travel Sickness:
Motion sickness can stop you enjoying the pleasure of travelling. Getting on a boat, plane or train for many people can be a very unpleasant and uncomfortable experience. Motion sickness occurs when the body is subjected to accelerations of movement in different directions or under conditions where eye contact with the outside horizon is lost. Some people seem to be naturally prone to motion sickness since childhood, with symptoms generally consisting of dizziness, fatigue and nausea, which may progress to vomiting.
Ginger is a well-known natural herb to use before you travel to help relieve the symptoms of motion or travel sickness.
Ginger – Traditional Use & Folklore
Ginger has held an honoured place in traditional herbal healing since time immemorial, but now its unique properties are being rediscovered and confirmed by modern science.
Ginger – one of nature’s most valued herbs
Ginger has warming, circulatory and anti-inflammatory properties and acts as a tonic to help promote a normal digestive process. The value of Ginger has been recognised by physicians and herbalists the entire world over, tapping into the incredible benefits of this amazing plant. All this is quite remarkable from a single natural herbal food.
It has been said that Confucius never ate anything without eating a little ginger first. The five-thousand-year-old ancient Chinese text ‘Shen, nung pen tshao tching’, or ‘Manual of the celestial husbandman’ mentions ginger throughout for its warming properties and its support for good health. Queen Elizabeth I had a famous pot of ginger powder which she took…‘At any time after or before meal’ to assist digestion.
Ginger’s role is unique – no other herb will substitute
Ginger is helpful in warming the body against winter ills and chills. It is highly valued in the sophisticated world of Chinese healing and is used as a main ingredient in many traditional remedies. The story is basically the same around the world and at the heart of all traditional medicines; whenever digestive problems set in, ginger offers great support.
Premium Quality Ginger
Lifestream Bioactive Ginger products are premium high-quality extracts that are subjected to rigorous quality controls during all phases of the growing, harvesting and manufacturing processes. Lifestream Ginger products are G.E. Free.
What is it good for?
Ginger has been used successfully in helping many conditions. Traditional use and scientific research confirm that ginger:
- Is a digestive and circulatory tonic
- Relieves the symptoms of nausea and motion sickness
- Supports circulation
- Brings warmth to the body from the inside out
- Brings warmth to cold hands and feet that are most often deprived
- Supports joint mobility and suppleness
- Warms the joints and supports flexibility
- Assists normal digestive processes
- Supports maintenance of a healthy circulatory system
Because peeled ginger loses a lot of its essential oil content, extracts and dried ginger are produced from the dried and unpeeled root or rhizome, which is considered to be the most useful part of this perennial herb.
How to Use
Add one dessertspoon (10ml) to a cup of hot water (add more or less water to taste) to make a soothing ‘hot toddy’.
Children over 5 years can take 1 teaspoon (5ml) mixed with hot water.
Can also be taken directly from a spoon.
Shake well before use.