Nature's SunshineGinger Occasional Stomach Upset
This spicy herb helps settle occasional stomach upset and may help with motion sickness.

Helps settle occasional stomach upset and may help with motion sickness.

A spicy herb does a lot more than flavor cookies, soda and stir-fry dishes

Timeless wisdom says that ginger helps settle occasional stomach upset. While used traditionally for digestive system support, it has been studied more recently, for its positive effects on motion sickness and occasional nausea.  

  • Nutritionally supports the digestive process
  • Helps settle occasional stomach upset
  • May help prevent motion sickness
  • Non-GMO, vegan and sustainably sourced
How It Works
How It Works
This popular botanical with warming properties isn’t simply dug from the soil. Our ginger rhizome is non-GMO-verified, vegan, Kosher-certified and sustainably sourced in multiple growing locations! It’s also rigorously tested for pesticides, heavy metals and microbial contaminants by both our supplier AND the Nature’s Sunshine’s quality team. Because better ingredients mean better products that help you feel the power of nature.

Ginger has been used in both Traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic Medicine for thousands of years. It is also considered a food by many cultures. It hails from the same plant family as turmeric and cardamom.

Ginger’s appeal is extremely broad. Historically, herbalists used this spice to help with indigestion, gas, nausea, vomiting, joint discomfort, aches and cramps. It also has been used traditionally by some for nervous system support, oral health and circulatory support.
What's Inside


Active Ingredients

Ginger rhizome

How to Use
How to Use
Take 1 capsule with a meal.

2x daily