Unleashing the power of red ginger

Red ginger’s gingerol and zingiberene content aids digestion, reduces nausea, and prevents epigastric discomfort.

Worrying about providing for the family, struggling to make ends meet, and losing sleep over stress can lead to health issues such as the development of colds, cough, flatulence, nausea, and even hypertension.

Many turn to natural remedies and options to get them through difficult days. New product Ginhawa Red-G was recently launched so people can experience the power of red ginger, which has been used as a traditional medicine by many generations in Indonesia.

Compared to regular white ginger, red ginger has higher gingerol and zingiberene content that is used to aid digestion, reduce nausea, and prevent epigastric discomfort. It contains antioxidants such as beta-carotene and proanthocyanidin that provide medicinal benefits to users.

A natural ready-to-drink herbal food supplement, Ginhawa Red-G aims to become the on-the-go red ginger food supplement for Filipinos looking for that warm and soothing feeling to help provide the needed relief for the feeling of discomfort.

This herbal food supplement was developed by Kalbe International, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in Asia. It is also distributed in the Philippines by Ecossential Foods Corp.
“We are very excited to partner with Ecossential Foods Corp in bringing Ginhawa Red-G to the Philippines. Our first of its kind supplement, utilizing the benefits of red ginger can help many people as they go through their daily lives. We are happy to share that Ginhawa Red-G has been specially formulated for the Filipinos,” stressed Wijaya Chandra, country manager of Kalbe International.

Ginhawa Red-G has five main key ingredients — red ginger, fennel, Javanese chili peppers, mint, and honey — that when expertly mixed with the right amount of each herb, benefits can be reaped.

Anti-inflammatory and thermogenic
Red ginger has higher essential oil content than white ginger. It contains anti-inflammatory and thermogenic compounds that may help provide quick relief to common illnesses when combined with the right herbs.

Relieves dyspepsia symptoms
Fennel, one of the main ingredients used for Ginhawa Red-G, has compounds with medicinal properties, which help relax the digestive tract and ease cramps and gas to treat dyspepsia. It can also increase bile flow and reduce digestive pain leading to bloating and nausea.

Ginhawa Red-G aims to become the on-the-go red ginger food supplement for Filipinos looking for that warm and soothing feeling.

Provides analgesic effect
Javanese chili peppers provide analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects that help with muscle discomfort and stiffness.

Gives the feeling of warmth
Mint helps the body relieve gas in the gastrointestinal tract, and can help clear a clogged nose, most especially if symptoms are accompanied by a runny nose. Mint helps relieve headaches, sore throat, and muscle aches, too.

Good source of antioxidants
Honey is not only a natural sweetener but is also a good source of antioxidants that provide users with an additional nutritional boost. Honey has been used by many to treat coughs and common colds.

Whether it is a long and busy week ahead, or there is a chance of heavy rain, having Ginhawa Red-G can help keep worries away. Ecossential Foods Corpo believes in providing Filipinos access to good quality and great value herbal supplements that Filipinos need.

“We have always recognized the potential of the Filipino workforce. With the launch of Ginhawa Red-G in the Philippines, we are aiming to aid the Filipino community with their go-to herbal food supplement packed with the benefits of red ginger, the first of its kind in the country. We know how important it is for Filipinos to be healthy for their loved ones all the time. We want to become the partner of every Filipino, so they can continue to achieve great things,” stresses Mike Cruz, national channel manager of Ecossential Foods Corporation.

The recommended dosage for Red-G is three to five sachets a day.


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