Locally sourced organically grown ginger from a farm in New York state. For hundreds of years, ginger has been praised for its ability to help aid digestion and toxin removal. Ginger tincture is also great for motion/morning sickness.*
Take full dropper orally in tea/water.
Ginger is something we all know, and for many years it has been used for many complications. One of the widespread benefits of ginger is boosting digestive processes. The active ingredient in ginger is gingerol, and that is what gives it its spicy taste. But another thing it does apart from being spicy is that it relaxes the digestive muscles, which relieves some of the health challenges that come with this gastrointestinal upset.
Ginger has been cultivated in many of the tropical countries like India, Nigeria, and Haiti and is usually harvested when the stalk is withered. Since the early times of Asian culture, ginger has been known for its ability to warm the body from within, reducing complications in the digestive tract.
Ginger first originated from the Island Southeast Asia, and the most ancient evidence of its domestication is amongst the people of Austronesia where numerous species were cultivated. During the Austronesian expansion, around 5,000 BP, ginger was carried around in voyages as canoe plants long before civilization. Other Austronesian voyagers that carried ginger were the people from Comoros and Madagascar in the 1st millennium CE. From India over to the Middle East, traders in the 1st century were also moved by traders since it was primarily grown in the Great Sunda Islands and Southern India during the time of the spice trade alongside other spices like cloves and pepper.