Ginger Co2 Extracted Oil
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Ginger Co2 Extract oil produced with supercritical fluid extraction with natural carbon dioxide , no solvent residue left , no inorganic salts , no heavy metals , no reproducible micorganisms. The raw material is natural rhizome, fresh and dried.
The major ingredients are alpha and beta zingiberene, frnesene , ar-curcumene , some citral like geranial/neral, thijanol, sesquiphellandrene are gengerols, shogoals and tiny amount of zingerone.
Ginger Co2 Extract used in basically treatment of gastrointestinal problems like nausea, colic , upset stomach , gas, bloating , flatulence, diarrhea, loss of appetite and dyspepsia. Also used in Ayurveda for stomach issues and Gas. Mostly included in Indian curry.
Topical application of Ginger extract with 6-Gingerol as bioactive component prevents UVB-induced reactive oxygen species (ROS) production and COX-2 expression in vivo.
In Food Supplements:
Today, a significant number of in vitro, in vivo and epidemiological studies provide substantial evidence that ginger and its active compounds are effective against a wide variety of human diseases.
Rigorous scientific reviews based on high quality double-blind placebo controlled clinical trials have shown proven efficacy in following indications: nausea and vomiting for example pregnancy-related nausea and vomiting.
Two or more randomized, controlled, clinical trials has shown that the product is effective in treatment of: nausea caused by motion and travel sickness , chemotherapy, or surgery.
One or more clinical trials shows efficacy in treatment of: chronic pain rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, or joint and muscle pain .
The evidence to rate effectiveness for the following indications is still insufficient: Sudden respiratory system failure (Acute respiratory distress syndrome), alcohol hangover, upset stomach (dyspepsia), high cholesterol, migraine headache, muscle pain after exercise, recovery after surgery, trouble swallowing, loss of appetite, colds, flu.
The Ginger extract gives food and beverages a fresh, juicy, spicy and pungent taste and a perfume-like scent that makes it suitable for sweets, confectionery, liqueurs, rice-, meat- and savory dishes. Ginger is popular in cuisines throughout Asia and Europe.
As stomachicum, stimulant, antiemeticum.