Weekly Supply Immune Support Organic Ginger Shot Singles, 7 (2oz) Bottles
Weekly Supply Immune Support Organic Ginger Shot Singles, 7 (2oz) Bottles
Weekly Supply Immune Support Organic Ginger Shot Singles, 7 (2oz) Bottles

Weekly Supply Immune Support Organic Ginger Shot Singles, 7 (2oz) Bottles

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Made with alkaline water, raw local honey & lemon. Natural Momma Love Organics Ginger Shots are highly rated amongst many throughout South Florida! This order is for 7, 2oz ginger shot singles. Order them by the week: 7, 14, 21 or a month of 30 ginger shot singles. Perfect for on the go, while enhancing your immune strength. Available in bulk for local schools & offices. Keep your team immune strong with Natural Momma Love Ginger Shots.

Made from all organic, natural ingredients. Fresh pressed ginger is blended with a hint of raw local honey & the juice of fresh squeezed lemons. Just the perfect kick to combat the ailments. From allergies to nausea, the benefits from our ginger shots are unparalleled.

Known more precisely as ginger root, packed high with antioxidants & Vitamin C.  This root has been used as a spice & as medicine since ancient times.

All Natural, Organic & made without Preservatives. All of our products are handcrafted & small batched brewed.

Our immune system is continually under pressure. This is significantly true during the months of allergy & flu season. But Momma Love is here! Natural Momma Love Organics creates products to assist in enhancing your immune system NATURALLY while offering support to overall well-being!

In these times, it is dire to use an organic antidote to reinforce your immune strength.


Ginger shots contain Gingerol, which is the main bioactive compound in ginger. It is responsible for most of ginger's medicinal benefits. Gingerol is found in the natural oils of the root. The most significant amount of gingerol is found in fresh ginger rather than dried, so if you’re looking for a way to get all of the benefits ginger has to offer, Natural Momma Love Organics Ginger Shot is for you; because we use fresh organic ginger!

Because it can be tricky trying to incorporate a significant amount of ginger into your diet each day, taking a ginger shot daily will provide all the health benefits of gingerols; concentrated in one quick sip.



In addition to gingerol, ginger contains paradols, sesquiterpenes, shogaols, and zingerone which have antioxidant properties that can help protect cells from damage caused by free radicals in the body.1 That means ginger can help get rid of toxins and keep your body happy and healthy!


Gingerol is known for its potent anti-inflammatory properties, which help combat swelling, joint and muscle pain, and even osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis.2 Essentially, ginger can help keep things moving smoothly.


Ginger is a well-known natural treatment for an upset stomach or many types of nausea—some even use it as a remedy for hangovers! It can even be used to provide relief from nausea & vomiting from surgery or chemotherapy treatments.


Some research has shown that due to its high levels of antioxidants, gingerol may help protect against certain cancers such as breast cancer, pancreatic cancer & ovarian cancer.


Ginger may have long-term health benefits that improve cardiovascular health. Recent studies have shown that people who included more ginger into their diet had a lower chance of developing chronic heart disease &/or high blood pressure.


Ginger may help protect against or improve symptoms of some chronic conditions such as asthma, allergies, diabetes, colitis, Alzheimer’s & many others thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.


Pain & discomfort caused by chronic indigestion is believed to be due to a delay in the emptying of the stomach. A study in healthy individuals showed that ginger helped speed up gastric emptying (how quickly the stomach empties itself), which may aid in those who suffer from the pain & discomfort due to indigestion.


Studies have revealed that ginger can be as effective as ibuprofen and mefenamic acid in relieving menstrual pain in women, although further research is needed.

Ginger Shots come in three sizes: 

2oz ($5)

16oz / 470ml ($35)

24oz 750ml ($55) 


Modern Research

A considerable amount of research demonstrates and supports the significant health benefits of ginger. The majority of clinical evidence for ginger’s medicinal properties is related to nausea caused by pregnancy or chemotherapy.13

Three clinical studies have explored the effects of ginger in reducing chemotherapy-induced nausea in young adults and children.14-16 The results from these studies indicated that ginger is effective in decreasing chemotherapy-induced nausea and vomiting. More specifically, one trial indicated that supplementing with ginger (0.5 g to 1.0 g liquid ginger root extract) reduces nausea.16 In a separate study, researchers observed reductions in the prevalence of nausea in patients with breast cancer when 1.5 g powdered dried ginger root was added to an antiemetic therapy following chemotherapy.14

Another clinical study observed the effects of powdered ginger in patients with intra- and postoperative nausea accompanying Cesarean sections.17 The results indicated that episodes of intraoperative nausea were reduced when ginger was administered orally. However, ginger did not have an effect on the overall incidence of intraoperative nausea and vomiting.

Ginger has been explored as a possible treatment for other GI issues such as dyspepsia, gastric emptying, and irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).18-20 The authors of one clinical study tested the effects of ginger on functional dyspepsia and gastric motility.18 The results indicated that ginger increased gastric emptying more rapidly than the placebo; however, ginger did not influence any GI symptoms. Researchers of a related clinical trial examined ginger’s effects on IBS over a period of 28 days.20 The results indicated that the group taking 1 g of ginger had a 26.4% reduction in symptoms.

Studies have shown that ginger may be beneficial for non-GI-related conditions as well. In two separate clinical studies, researchers explored ginger’s mitigating impact on dysmenorrhea.  The first study was conducted for a period of three days based on reports of pain experienced during the first two days of menstruation each month.21 The results suggested that ginger had more of an impact on dysmenorrhea symptoms compared to muscle-relaxation exercises. A similar clinical study found that at the end of the study period, 82.85% of the participants in the experimental group reported symptom improvement compared to 47.05% of the participants in the placebo group.22

Three clinical studies have examined the effects of ginger in the treatment of colorectal cancer.7,23,24 As noted, the bioactive compounds of ginger contain antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and anticarcinogenic properties, which can interfere with pathways responsible for cancer development.7 The results of all three studies demonstrated that an intake of 2 g of ginger root was able to reduce proliferation in the colorectal epithelium. Further, one trial illustrated that ginger simultaneously increased apoptosis (normal, programmed cell death) and differentiation.7 Ginger also exhibited an anti-inflammatory effect in individuals of normal risk and lowered COX-1 in individuals at higher risk.23,24

Other clinical studies have explored the effects of ginger in relation to muscle pain, respiratory distress syndrome, chronic lower-back pain, satiety, migraines, osteoarthritis, and type 2 diabetes.25-32


While downing a ginger shot is generally considered safe for most people, there are some potential side effects worth noting.

Ginger, especially when consumed in large amounts, might have blood-thinning effects. However, research in this area is mixed, as some studies find that ginger has no effect on blood thinning 

Nevertheless, those taking blood thinners like Warfarin may want to avoid ginger shots and moderate their ginger consumption.