Ginger capsules with icelandic moss

Soothes sore throats and coughs and combats nausea and rheumatic pain

Ginger is a well-known health product and has long been used as a spice, particularly in Southeast Asia. Ginger is a perennial plant (Zingiber officinalis) widely cultivated in tropical areas such as Jamaica. The root is highly flavourful and therefore extremely popular both as a spice in cooking and for medicinal purposes. Ginger has been used to reduce discomfort caused by nausea, such as pregnancy-induced nausea and travel sickness. It has also been used to soothe headaches (including migraines), alleviate inflammation and rheumatic pain and soothe sore throats and coughs and other symptoms of the common cold.

Modern herbalists recommend ginger for the same purposes as it was used in earlier times, particularly to treat colds, the flu and asthma. Ginger is also believed to stimulate blood flow and combat nausea, such as from motion sickness and menstruation. Ancient Chinese sailors are known to have chewed on ginger root to reduce sea sickness. Many believe that the root also has healing effects on ulcers, cures impotence and alleviates arthritis and depression.

Iceherbs (Íslensk fjallagrös hf.) manufactures medicinal goods from Iceland moss and other natural Icelandic resources under the trademark Natura Islandica. The Natura Islandica trademark refers to the value inherent in the purity of Iceland’s natural environment.


The ginger capsules from Iceherbs contain 85% ginger as well as 15% ground Iceland moss which aids digestion and the absorption of anti-oxidants from the digestive tract.

Ginger is available in the following packaging:

  • Plastic containers with 60 capsules. Product number 51000110. EAN  5 690869 105104

Directions for use:

A suitable daily dose of the ginger capsules is 2 capsules twice a day with a glass of water.   Children under the age of 4 should not be given ginger.  Pregnant women should not consume ginger without concent of doctor.  The capsules are rather large and do not, therefore, suit very young children.  Remember, however, that supplements do not replace a varied diet.