The Powerful Combination of Turmeric, Ginger & CBD

Both ginger and turmeric are rhizomes, or root stalks, used around the world for food seasonings as well as traditional herbal medicines. Ginger and turmeric have been used for centuries to treat various ailments ranging from migraines, chronic inflammation, pain, nausea, and fatigue.

Turmeric and ginger also enhance immune function to help protect against illness and infection. Traditionally, they have been used to treat conditions such as coughs, colds, indigestion, and body aches.

There are extensive health benefits related to ginger and turmeric. These include:

  • Reduce inflammation/Ease arthritis symptoms

  • Relieve pain/Soothe sore muscles

  • Support immune function

  • Decrease nausea

  • Increase cognition

  • May help lower cholesterol

  • Helps ease headaches

  • Improve skin quality

  • May relieve indigestion

  • May lower blood sugar and help body use insulin better

  • Protect against liver damage and gallstones

  • Preliminary studies found that curcuminoids in turmeric may reduce number of heart attacks bypass patients had after surgery, control knee pain from osteoarthritis, reduce skin irritation that occurs after radiation treatments for breast cancer

You will find these two powerful plants in our CBD capsules! Turmeric is organically grown alongside our hemp plants at our farm in Salem, Alabama. Our turmeric selection was based on 7 years of research trials conducted by Auburn University. Our farm currently maintains the largest stock of this selection of turmeric varieties. Our ginger is sourced from a certified organic supplier in Hawaii. These varieties include Khing Yai, Bubba Babba and Yellow Hawaiian.

Turmeric and ginger are powerful anti-inflammatory plants that have a wide range of uses. Our CBD capsules are a great choice for anyone looking to combine the benefits of CBD with turmeric and ginger in capsule form.

**This article provides general information and discussions about health and related subjects. The information and other content provided in this article, or in any linked materials, are not intended and should not be construed as medical advice, nor is the information a substitute for professional medical expertise or treatment.

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