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Put a Zing in your Step with Ginger!


Zingiber officinale has been held in the highest regard by the Indian and Chinese civilizations for as far back as 5000 years.

Pythagoras the Greek mathematician was a devotee, as was King Henry VIII.

What did they Know that we should Know?

Improves and stimulate circulation to assist in the removal of toxins.

Is a natural antihistamine and decongestant.

It is anti-inflammatory and can help for rheumatoid arthritis.

It contains Vitamin A, vitamin C, and phytochemicals.

It freshens the mouth.

Improves circulation.

Stimulates digestion.

Ginger does not contain any fat, cholesterol or sugar.

Reduce symptoms of : Common cold Allergies / respiratory conditions- High blood pressure - Dizziness - Blood cholesterol - Flatulence - Nausea//Morning Sickness / Travel Sickness - Stress

What do we Know that they did not Know?

Prevent blood clots from forming, similar to aspirin - Research Cornell University Medical College.

(Do not take ginger when using medication to thin the blood).

Help to prevent migraines (Danish research).

Drink cold or hot to boost digestive system and increase weight loss.

Rooibos Tea combined with Ginger provides an unparalleled immune-boosting and antioxidant combination to put the Zing back in your Step!

- There is a place called Ginger Island in the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean.

- Latitude 1824'N Longitude 6428'W.

- The first soda drink made in the USA was Vernor's Ginger Ale, produced in 1866 by James Vernor in Detroit.

- Fifty percent of the world's ginger harvest is produced in India.

Find Rooibos and Ginger Tea at http://www.AnniqueUK.co.uk


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