Gingera - Heartburn Relief Soothing Effervescent Gingerale Flavor - 4.25 oz.
- Ship Weight:0.40
Gingera is the first and only FDA recognized, all natural antacid made from real Ginger Root and natural baking soda. More importantly, Gingera does not contain any artificial flavors and is preservative free.
Gingera was developed for those who care what goes into their bodies. Less ingredients means there is less chance for harmful drug interactions.
So Why Choose Gingera?
It starts working INSTANTLY. There's no waiting for tablets to dissolve. In just 15 seconds relief is on it's way.
While all over-the-counter antacids are considered safe and effective, not all antacids are for every "body".
Gingera 's formula is based on tried and true solutions to acid indigestion, heartburn and nausea:
Pure, Natural Baking Soda: Proven effective in neutralizing stomach acid, relieving heartburn and indigestion.
Ginger Root: Widely used as a digestive aid for stomach upset and is commonly recommended by professional herbalists to help prevent or treat nausea and vomiting.
What Gingera Isn't:
NOT an Acid Blocker
The leading acid blockers are designed to "shut off" the pumps that produce acid in your stomach.To work efficiently, they should usually be taken BEFORE you suffer from heartburn symptoms. In some cases, hours or even days before.
Studies show that Acid blockers may also decrease absorption of calcium, a much needed nutrient for senior women.
NOT Your Tablet Antacid
Solid form tablet antacids have to be digested and absorbed by your stomach to start providing any heartburn relief. Most tablet antacids contain calcium (or calcium carbonate) which stimulates the production of Gastrin. Gastrin is the hormone primarily responsible for the secretion of stomach acid. This phenomenon is commonly refered to as "acid rebound".
NOT a Chalky Liquid Antacid
The most popular liquid antacids can taste "pasty or chalky", and they contain ingredients like magnesium and aluminum. Antacids containing aluminum may cause constipation, while antacids containing magnesium may cause diarrhea.