"Gin" And Juice Vitamin Wellness C Shots (alcohol free)
"Gin" And Juice Vitamin Wellness C Shots (alcohol free)
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"Gin" And Juice Vitamin Wellness C Shots (alcohol free)

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These shots are "said" to boost your immune system, loosen nasal and chest congestion. More benefits are listed below. 

2 oz shot bottles (7 bottles)

Ingredients

• Orange juice 

• Spring water 

• Ginger 

• Turmeric 

• Local honey 

 

"Said" Benefits 

• Build your immune system 

• Help fight off  viruses and colds

• Help with joint pain and inflammation 

• Reduces nasal and chest congestion 

• Builds your immune system up against pollen 

• Lowers blood pressure 

• Relieve indigestion 

 

WARNING! Do not consume this tea if you are pregnant!

Ginger has an excellent safety record in humans. In high doses it may cause sleepiness or heart palpitations. It may also thin the blood. To be safe, don't use it if you are already taking prescription anti-coagulants such as Coumadin (Warfarin).

Ginger tea doesn’t seem to have serious side effects. For one thing, it would be difficult to drink enough of the tea to expose yourself to anything irritating or harmful. In general, you don’t want to consume more than 4 grams of ginger per day, that's quite a lot of ginger.

Turmeric is a spice mainly used in Asian cuisine. It has antiseptic and antioxidant benefits. People who should not take turmeric include those with gallbladder problems, bleeding disorders, diabetes, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), infertility, iron deficiency, liver disease, hormone-sensitive conditions and arrhythmia. Pregnant women and those who are going to undergo surgery should not use turmeric.

Turmeric is a spice mainly used in Asian cuisine. It has antiseptic and antioxidant benefits. People who should not take turmeric include those with gallbladder problems, bleeding disorders, diabetes, gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), infertility, iron deficiency, liver disease, hormone-sensitive conditions and arrhythmia. Pregnant women and those who are going to undergo surgery should not take turmeric.