This syrup is made with garden fresh ginger root and our own raw honey. It is perfectly blended with a light bite to it, that is excellent to be used in beverages or you may enjoy straight from the bottle.
Gingerol is the main bioactive compound in ginger, responsible for much of its medicinal properties. It has powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. Ginger root is useful at halting growth of bacteria like E.coli and shigella, and it may also keep viruses like RSV at bay. A delicious way to support digestion and could help with cough, sore throat and cold symptoms.
No preservatives, no additives, no added sugar or coloring.
The syrup is fresh made and NOT always available. We depend on our farm and crops and sometimes we will not have enough ginger root to harvest for a batch of this syrup.
Ginger Root Syrup is perishable and must be refrigerated immediately when you receive it. It is safe to ship with 2 to 3 day postal services during warm weather when fresh made. Shelf life is up to 3 months when well kept in the refrigerator.
Make a lovely lemon ginger drink by adding this to a glass of lemon water. It also goes very well with green tea, either hot or iced. Add it to some fizzy carbonated water to create a soda. We use this syrup for medicinal purpose but it can also be used for cooking and beneficial beverages.
Made within cottage law standards and for direct sale to our clients.
8 oz volume food grade glass bottle with appropriate screw top.
Perfect for wellness benefits as well as adding to a Moscow mule for an extra ginger kick. That’s called versatility lol.
I love this syrup, I add it to my teas hot and cold. Great taste. Will buy again
This syrup is delicious and beneficial! I enjoy it straight. I originally purchased as a soother when someone had an upset stomach but have found myself taking daily as a preventative
I tried this syrup for acid reflux and it has really helped. I like it iced with lemon and honey but it would be good in all kinds of things.
The first time I used this product was in dinner preparation. I added a little to some chicken I was preparing, which added a hint of ginger and honey (not overpowering and very tasty!). Splash it in water, tea (hot or cold)...many possibilities!