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Product Review: Ginger Supplements & Ales Review
 

Initial Posting: 4/29/16  Last Update 10/11/17 
Ginger Supplements Reviewed by Consumerlab.com

Tests Show Large Differences Among Ginger Supplements and Ales

Use Our Findings to Get the Right Ginger Product

Ginger supplements and ales in this review
Andrew Lessman's ProCaps Ginger-450 Organic India Ginger Stop Aging Now Ginger Root Extract
Canada Dry Ginger Ale Planetary Herbals Full Spectrum Ginger Extract Swanson Superior Herbs Ginger Root
Eclectic Institute Ginger Puritan's Pride Ginger Relief Ginger Root Thorne Research ZingiQOL
Nature's Way Ginger Root REED'S Original Ginger Brew Vitacost Ginger Root 1,100 mg
New Chapter Ginger Force Solgar Ginger Root Extract Vitamin World Ginger Root
Andrew Lessman's ProCaps Ginger-450 Canada Dry Ginger Ale Eclectic Institute Ginger Nature's Way Ginger Root New Chapter Ginger Force Organic India Ginger Planetary Herbals Full Spectrum Ginger Extract Puritan's Pride Ginger Relief Ginger Root REED'S Original Ginger Brew Solgar Ginger Root Extract Stop Aging Now Ginger Root Extract Swanson Superior Herbs Ginger Root Thorne Research ZingiQOL Vitacost Ginger Root 1,100 mg
Make sure the ginger product you take passed our quality review and is right for you!
Isn't your health worth it?

Ginger may help with nausea and other conditions, but how do you know which product is best and the right amount to take? To help, we 1) purchased and rigorously tested more than a dozen ginger products  to determine their strength and purity, and 2) reviewed the clinical studies conducted with ginger powders and extracts.

What we found may surprise you -- and can surely guide you: Half of the products we selected for testing failed to meet our criteria for top-quality ginger. We tested for amounts of key ginger compounds called gingerols and discovered, for example, that one product contained only 6% of what was expected from its label and another had only 62% of its listed amount. We could tell just by weighing the contents of another product that that it didn't have all the ginger it claimed.

Among the products which passed our tests, we looked at which provided the best value. We discovered that you could spend as little as 2 cents or more than 40 cents to get a similar dose of ginger compounds.

In this comprehensive report about ginger supplements and ales, you'll get test results and quality ratings for 14 supplements (including one which passed our voluntary Quality Certification Program), as well as information about a supplement similar to one which was tested. You'll discover:   

    • Which ginger supplements and ales passed or failed Pinoypharmacy.com's testing and review
    • Which ginger supplements are the best value and our Top Picks
    • The evidence regarding the use of ginger for preventing nausea and vomiting, reducing of arthritis and migraine headache, and treating diabetes 
    • The dosage of ginger for different applications and the related clinical evidence
    • Potential side effects and drug interactions with ginger

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