- HealthAid Ginger Extract 560mg tablets 60Special Price £10.39 Regular Price £12.99
- HealthAid Ginger Root Liquid 50mlSpecial Price £8.79 Regular Price £10.99
- Solgar Ginger Root 520mg Vegicaps 100Special Price £11.96 Regular Price £15.95
- Lamberts Ginger Capsules 60Special Price £8.76 Regular Price £10.95
- Viridian Organic Ginger Root 400mg Veg Caps 90Special Price £16.28 Regular Price £20.35
- Viridian Organic Ginger Root 400mg Veg Caps 30Special Price £7.00 Regular Price £8.75
- Nature's Aid Ginger Root 500mg Tablets 90Special Price £7.46 Regular Price £9.95
- Nature's Aid Ginger, Turmeric & Bromelain Tablets 60Special Price £7.46 Regular Price £9.95
- Nature's Answer Ginger Bitters (Alcohol Free) 60mlSpecial Price £16.99 Regular Price £19.99
- Terranova Fermented Ginger Ferzinger 250mg Capsules 50Special Price £22.36 Regular Price £27.94
- Terranova Freeze Dried Ginger 350mg Caps 50Special Price £11.78 Regular Price £14.73
- Solgar Ginger Root Extract Vegicaps 60Special Price £16.46 Regular Price £21.95Out of stock
- Nature's Answer Ginger Root 30mlSpecial Price £11.69 Regular Price £12.99Out of stock
All you need to know about Ginger
Recommended ginger supplements
We would recommend the following ginger supplements:
What are the health benefits of ginger?
Ginger helps to improve gut health by stimulating digestive enzymes and helping our body to process food. It helps to prevent constipation and indigestion, and can also aid stomach cramps. Ginger is a popular natural remedy during menstruation, and can be highly effective at relieving menstrual cramps and pain. Because of its anti-inflammatory properties, it can also be helpful to those suffering from conditions like osteoarthritis.
What are the side effects of ginger supplements?
Ginger is known to be safe for most people, but you should speak to your GP before taking any supplements, especially if you are on medications to thin the blood and prevent clotting, or if you are pregnant. Frequently reported side effects of ginger include heartburn, stomach upset, loose stools, skin rash or irritation and heavy periods.
How much ginger supplement should I take every day?
You shouldn't take more than 4g of ginger supplement per day. If you are pregnant, this should be lowered to no more than 1g per day. Speak to your doctor or pharmacist about the correct dose for your health goals.
Is ginger good for blood pressure?
Ginger is used in traditional medicine to lower blood pressure and to improve circulation. It prevents blood clots, which in turn can aid those who are at a higher risk of developing heart disease, heart attacks, stroke and diabetes.