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Sate your thirst. Center your life.

You don't have to be reborn to feel at peace with yourself again. Zanjabil Ginger all natural health nectar gives your mind, body and spirit a quick boost whenever you need one. Because you deserve to live healthy, love life and be happy in this lifetime.

The Timeline of Ginger.

For centuries, ginger has been favored for its medicinal and flavor enhancing abilities. Today, Zanjabil applies this history with modern-day beverage sensibilities to take you to the next level of rejuvenation.


  • 04.31.2009 : Zanjabil is born.
  • 1600 A.D. : Queen Elizabeth I of England invents the gingerbread man
  • 100 B.C. : Healing powers of ginger are discovered
  • 1200 A.D. : Ginger is one of the most commonly traded spices around the globe.
  • 100 B.C. : The healing powers of ginger are discovered


The mission of Zanjabil is to satisfy people's needs for superior quality and great tasting, healthy, all natural beverages. Our beverages are positioned as a youthful brand and will often be marketed at an accessible price compared to other fruit juices and tonics. In fulfilling this mission, Zanjabil is guided by superior quality, our customers, and its continued quest for excellence.

Ginger Facts:

Ginger is one of the most ancient spices used in worldwide cuisine. While it may seem like just an uninteresting, knobby root that you pass by in the produce section at the grocery store, did you know that ginger...

Ginger helps with digestion and to soothe your stomach.

Ginger root is often used for stomachaches. It is one of the best remedies for indigestion, stomach ache, diarrhea, and other stomach and bowel related problems. Ginger can be added in numerous food preparations as it helps in improving digestion. Ginger tea is also used for relieving stomach problems and to increase one's appetite.

Ginger is good for your heart.

It is strongly believed in some parts of the world that ginger boosts and strengthens your heart. Many people use ginger to prevent heart diseases. Research has indicated that ginger may be helpful in reducing your cholesterol level and preventing blood clotting. This all decreases the chances of suffering from a stroke.

Ginger can boost bone health:

Ginger is known to boost bone health and relieve joint pains. Based on several studies conducted using ginger to test arthritis in patients, ginger was successful at having longlasting effects on joint pain.

Ginger helps in bed:

A known aphrodisiac, ginger has been used for years to enhance sexual activity. This is attributed to both the ginger's scent as well as it helping to circulate blood flow to the mid section of the body.

Ginger relieves cramps.

Cramps, pains, and fevers are the body’s way of alarming an individual to danger or damage. It is believed that high levels of prostaglandins contribute to increased menstrual cramps. Ginger helps by reducing levels of prostaglandins contribute to the levels of prostaglandins in the body, hence relieving the cramps.

Ginger helps with nausea.

Studies have concluded that ginger helps in curing nausea connected with pregnancy, motion sickness and chemotherapy. Its quick absorption and rapid regulation of body functions cures nausea without the side effects of medication.

Health Bennefits of Ginger:

Ginger is one of the most ancient spices in the worldwide cuisine. It has become well-known for its various health benefits including: its ability to boost bone health, aide digestion, enhance sexual activity, and relieve pains related to menstrual disorders, nausea, and flu.

Ginger, also known as Zingiber Officinale, is inaccurately referred to as “ginger root”, although the edible section sold in the markets and used in dishes, is actually the stem or the rhizome. In Western culture, it is mostly used in sweets and alcoholic beverages such as: ginger beer and ginger wine. While in Asian cultures, it is directly used by chopping it up or using its powder in traditional dishes and in soft drinks such as coffee and tea. Ginger’s irresistible fragrance is due to an essential oil in its composition, coveted and extracted by perfumers since ancient times.

Not only is ginger known as an essence and spice, it is known to be one of the oldest remedies known to the herbal and aromatic traditions, especially in China, India, and the Middle East. In China, it has been used for over 2000 years for curing inflammation and diarrhea. A native to the Indo-Malaysia rain forests, ginger favors lush, moist, tropical soils for cultivation. Ginger’s perennial plant grows bright red flowers that come in different shapes such as: torch and honeycomb, and are often used in seasonal festivals in the South Pacific for decoration of stalls, houses, and even dresses.