Made with All Natural Ginger, Lime and Honey!

Flavors Included: Carrot, Cucumber, Strawberry or Pinapple!

Mixed Pack of (4) 16oz Juices

$25.00Price
  • Cucumbers are packed with them. In just a single cup of cucumber slices, you'll get 14% to 19% of the vitamin K you need for the day. You'll also get vitamins B and C along with minerals like copper, phosphorus, potassium, and magnesium.

    7 Health Benefits of Eating Cucumber

    • It's High in Nutrients. Cucumbers are low in calories but high in many important vitamins and minerals. ...
    • It Contains Antioxidants. ...
    • It Promotes Hydration. ...
    • It May Aid in Weight Loss. ...
    • It May Lower Blood Sugar. ...
    • It Could Promote Regularity. ...
    • Easy to Add to Your Diet.

    The tiny Strawberry is packed with vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants, and more. The heart-shaped silhouette of the strawberry is the first clue that this fruit is good for you. These potent little packages protect your heart, increase HDL (good) cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and guard against cancer.

    Here are 7 Amazing Health Benefits of Carrots

    • Boosts eye health.
    • Aids Weight Loss.
    • Ensures bowel regularity and helps in digestion.
    • Fights cholesterol and boosts heart health.
    • Lowers Blood Pressure.
    • Boosts skin health. The juicy red wonders can help give your skin a radiant glow too. ...
    • Boosts immunity.

    8 impressive health benefits of pineapple.

    • Loaded With Nutrients. ...
    • Contains Disease-Fighting Antioxidants. ...
    • Its Enzymes Can Ease Digestion. ...
    • May Help Reduce the Risk of Cancer. ...
    • May Boost Immunity and Suppress Inflammation. ...
    • May Ease Symptoms of Arthritis. ...
    • May Speed Recovery After Surgery or Strenuous Exercise.

     

    While the best-researched use of Ginger is in combating nausea and vomiting, studies have shown that ginger is a multi-faceted remedy with at least six more healing effects:

    • It reduces pain and inflammation, making it valuable in managing arthritis, headaches, and menstrual cramps.
    • It has a warming effect and stimulates circulation.
    • It inhibits rhinovirus, which can cause the common cold.
    • It inhibits such bacteria as Salmonella, which cause diarrhea, and protozoa, such as Trichomonas.
    • In the intestinal tract, it reduces gas and painful spasms.
    • It may prevent stomach ulcers caused by nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen.

    You can take ginger in whatever form appeals to you.

    If you’re pregnant: Try it in tea, soup, or capsules — up to 250 milli­grams four times a day. If you chose a carbonated beverage, make sure it’s made from real ginger. You can also nib­ble crystallized ginger.

    To counter motion sickness: Taking 1 gram of dried, powdered, encapsulated ginger 30 minutes to two hours before travel can help ease travel related nausea.

    For postoperative nausea: In a recent study on the use of gin­ger to thwart postoperative nausea, the dose was 500 milligrams 30 minutes before surgery and 500 milligrams 2 hours after surgery. Otherwise, ginger is usually not recommended during the seven to ten days leading up to surgery because of its ef­fect on blood clotting. Discuss the use of ginger with your surgeon or anesthesiologist before trying it.

     

     

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