Hawaiian Ginger

Hawaiian Ginger

This bold elixir is inspired by one of the most versatile health enhancing herbs in the universe, ginger, but not just any ginger. This grows in the rich, sun drenched volcanic soil of Hawaii! Combined with juicy tangerine, silky jasmine, luscious vanilla, and an assortment of zesty spices, Hawaiian Ginger is like surfing a sweet wave of liquid life force on a sunny day.


Coriander Seeds

Coriandrum Sativum, a member of the Apiaceae or Carrot family, is native to the Mediterranean and Asia, and has been used as a medicinal spice for at least 7,000 years. Recently, seeds were even recovered in the tomb of King Tut in Egypt. Coriander is the seed of the well-known culinary herb cilantro and, as such, has similar uses and benefits.

Hawaiian Ginger Root

Its benefits are legendary and too numerous to list. Beneficial constituents in ginger are perfectly suited to effectively invigorate digestive processes in a highly flavorful and balanced way. The pungent aromatic oils in ginger stoke the digestive fire, regulate secretions, relax the gut, and increase circulation.

Hawaiian Ginger Root


There are dozens of varieties of lemongrass, each with unique tastes and fragrances. Certain varieties have hints of ginger, rose, or various citrus notes, due to variations in aromatic oil content, making each one uniquely sought after for specific recipes or tea combinations.

Tangerine Peel

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Vanilla Bean

Vanilla Planifoila, a member of the Orchidceae family, is one of the three species grown commercially throughout the world. Native to Mexico, where it was once a common ingredient in a hot mug of Aztec cacao, it has since moved around the world and been adopted into cultures far and wide. Vanilla beans or pods come from a unique species of climbing orchid.

The Formula

The Ayurvedic classical texts refer to ginger as vishwabhesaj, “the universal great medicine”, due to the wide spectrum of beneficial effects that make it ideal for inclusion into our daily routine. It is revered for its role in grassroots medicine by diverse cultures around the world and combines very well with many foods in “kitchen medicine”. There is a saying in Traditional Chinese medicine that states, “When Qi (or life energy) does not flow properly, disease and dysfunction will result”. According to the principles of Traditional Chinese medicine, warmth is a quality that can increase and enhance the flow of life energy. Ginger root contains a wide assortment of pungent, aromatic molecules that infuse the body with the energizing heat of tropical sunshine. Delicious, organic ginger, sourced from Hawaii, is a particularly potent treasure both in taste and eect. Herbs grown in pristine environments absorb the pure energy and healthy elements found in these special places. Along with ginger, is an assortment of complimentary herbs and spices that supercharge the taste and splendor of the formula, including: tangerine peel, jasmine flowers, lemongrass, and vanilla. Imagine electricity, flowing through circuits, creating the glow of a light bulb: this formula activates the vital force within our body so that we may experience the radiance of health.

Uses and Benefits

Hawaiian Ginger is a delicious and appetizing elixir to drink before or after meals, to help get our body’s natural processes going. It is perfect first thing in the morning to get us warm and awake after a long night of rest. According to Traditional herbalism, fresh ginger is counted among a special class of herbs that is beneficial for most every constitutional type. Therefore; it can be consumed daily in appropriate amounts.

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Used for centuries worldwide for its many health benefits, Ginger is an underground stem, or a rhi-zome. It is in the same family as turmeric, 'olena in Hawaiian, and cardamom.