Man, one thing I TOTALLY disliked about being pregnant was acid indigestion. I think pregnancy triggered my current case of chronic acid reflux, but I digress. While I am not pregnant, I was more than happy when offered to sample this product because I am a prime candidate for any product that involves antacid remedies.
Gingera is the first and the only FDA recognized all natural antacid made with pure, natural baking soda and real ginger. More importantly, Gingera contains no artificial ingredients and no preservatives. NICE!!
I like the fact that it is all natural and does not contain calcium. On the first day the box arrived, I overindulged and ate a little too late in the evening. Sure as I would know it, I got that achy burning in my chest. Lucky was I to have this stuff to try out and I popped open a pack of the single packaged dissolvable powder in a glass of cold water. In minutes, the heartburn went away. I usually get that type of instant relief from Tums or Mylanta which do contain medicines.
I love ginger and I was really excited about that and hoped the product would taste gingery at least. I purchase the intense Chinese ginger crystals and was expecting a similar strong gingery taste but did not. It is quite subtle. But that was okay because I have quickly become an addict to this product. Not sure if that is a good thing.
The other night, I couldn’t sleep and got up to go grab my usual Mylanta and soy milk cocktail, but first stopped in the upstairs office to check my email and twitter account. (I know. I am an addict). I decided to try the Gingera instead, but expected to have to take the Mylanta anyway. To my surprise, I didn’t need to and the Gingera was all I needed. Whoa mama!
The product is also supposed to be great for morning sickness.
So far, this is a great product because,
- FIRST, it’s all natural
- SECOND, It starts working PRETTY FAST. You don’t have to wait for the tablets to dissolve apparently as with products like Alka Seltzer.
- THIRD, the product is made of tried and true solutions to acid indigestion, heartburn and nausea: Baking soda and ginger.
The makers are giving away a package containing one box of 12 travel packs and one 4 1/2 ounce bottle of the dissolvable crystals to 5 Bellyitch Readers.
Simply Tweet this Giveaway, Leave a comment and or post this giveaway on your blog, but make sure to leave a comment on each way you enter. Contest ends August 6 @ midnight. Winners chosen using the random integer thingy mabob! ha!