Ginger root, which is native to subtropical and tropical areas, has become one of the trendiest spices for vegans in recent decades. ►Ginger is often referred to as a “superfood“. Thanks to its pungent and spicy aroma and pleasant scent, ginger is often used for the preparation of meals, teas, and other drinks.
Already, the famous philosopher Confucius praised the ►many benefits of the versatile and talented ginger root. In the early Middle Ages, ginger reached Central Europe via Arab traders, from where it found its way into the European tea house in the form of gingerbread and cookies. Not too long afterward, ginger was added to drinks such as beer – this became the well-known ginger ale.
As a spice, the root is still an integral part of Thai and Ayurvedic cuisine today. The taste of ginger is spicy to burning hot. Essential components of the ginger root are an essential oil, resin acids, but also neutral resin, and ►gingerol, the pungent aromatic substance that gives ginger its well-known pungency.
Golisan Ginger Drops
Golisan ginger drops are a purely natural product that is vegan-friendly, water-soluble and well-tolerated by the body. The special advantage of ginger drops is the high concentration of the active ingredient in the drops. This means that the drops can be easily absorbed by the body to develop their maximum effectiveness.
Recommended use: 5 drops mixed in water or another drink such as tea, coffee, smoothie, or in a meal (do not boil; otherwise, valuable ingredients are lost!).
Golisan ginger drops are 100% plant-based and made exclusively with high-quality ginger from trustworthy agriculture. It contains no artificial additives, caffeine, or other synthetic substances.
All of our products are manufactured in a laboratory certified by GMP (“Good Manufacturing Practice”) and are supervised by independent Swiss and Austrian laboratories. They are bottled in Switzerland and delivered to you in a dark glass bottle, which protects Your saffron drops from light and keeps it fresh.
Our recommendation: Ginger tea with freshly squeezed orange juice
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