Ginger is full of various vitamins and nutrients. Ginger contains potassium, zinc, iron, magnesium, vitamin A, calcium, vitamin D, vitamin B12, vitamin C and vitamin B6, as well as plenty of antioxidants.
Chia de Gracia's ginger is nature's own nutrient for maintaining general well-being, immunity, and the normal functioning of the musculoskeletal system. Ginger contains e.g. capsaicin, beta-carotene, curcumin, salicylate and caffeic acid.
Ginger supports the normal well-being of the respiratory tract, the body's own resistance and helps to maintain the normal mobility and functioning of the joints.
The Bitter substances contained in ginger maintain the secretion of digestive fluids and saliva, and for this reason ginger can be used to support normal digestion and problems caused by dry mouth.
Horse 500 kg:
1-2 tbsp daily
It is recommended to use with caution in a small dosage and increase the daily dose to 1-2 tablespoons after discussion.
0.5 - 1 teaspoon / day.
1 tablespoon = 10 g.
Ginger is an antibiotic plant, so it should be given in doses. Not recommended for pregnant or lactating mares/ dogs.
NOTE! Ginger contains small amounts of capsaicin, which is among the prohibited substances on the medical list of Hippos and FEI as of July 2, 2018.
Ginger contains capsaicin in very small amounts, but you should be careful when competing. If you don't have to use ginger before competitions, you should leave it out or at least think about the adequacy of the waiting period, at least 4-7 days. In chilies containing a lot of capsaicin, it can be 0.1 mg/g to 2.5 mg/g, in ginger it is considerably less. Please note that the ban may also affect liniments and creams containing ginger.