HealthAid Ginger Extract 560mg tablets 60
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Ginger Root tablets are formulated using the best quality Gonger root extract, standardised to contain at least 5% Ginerlos, the active constituent that helps maintain a smooth gastrointestinal tract
Ginger is excellent for digestion, upset stomach, motion sickness and nausea before pregnancy
Ginger is body-warming herb, which helps to maintain healthy blood circulation and the cardiovascular system
Ginger Root Extract Tablets are formulated using the best quality extracts and powders; derived from wild crafted or organically grown herbs meticulously processed to maintain purity and high potency.
Recommended Daily Intake of Ginger Root Extract Tablets: Adults and children over 6 years of age, one to three tablets daily with meals as required. Do not exceed recommended daily intake unless advised by a suitably qualified person.
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|Ingredients||Bulking Agent [di-calcium phosphate, microcrystalline cellulose, hydroxyl propyl methyl cellulose (HPMC)], Standardised Ginger Root Extract, Anti-caking Agent (veg. stearic acid, veg. magnesium stearate).|
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