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Turmeric: Benefits, Uses and History for Health
For more than 4,500 years, turmeric has been prepared for both culinary and medicinal purposes.
ImmuneSchein Ginger Turmeric Elixir: 2019 Good Food Award Winner
The Good Food Foundation awarded ImmuneSchein Turmeric Ginger Elixir with a Good Food Award for 2019, and we wanted to thank the Good Food Foundation, our team, customers, business partners and family for your support in helping make this possible. The Good Food Award is an annual, national competition comprised of more than 2,000 entries from chefs, grocers, food purveyors, artisans, and makers from all over the United States. Out of the 2,035 entries, 220 winners were chosen from 16 different food categories (such as beer, chocolate, elixirs, etc.) during a blind taste test by 262 judges who have specialized expertise...
8 Ways to Choose the Best Ginger Elixir, Ginger Shot or Ginger Tonic
The Ginger Elixir: Starts with Honesty Visiting your local health food or grocery store lately - have you noticed the abundance of ginger drinks, and specifically ginger elixirs, ginger shots and/or ginger tonics? We know, it can be a bit overwhelming! Because we are passionate about our ImmuneSchein Ginger Elixirs, we want to provide you with some food for thought if you are looking for a way to determine what makes the best handcrafted ginger elixir. One of our favorite Oscar Wilde quotes is “I can't stand people who do not take food seriously". Well, we don't either! This blog is not...
Magic Ginger Elixir? It's changed a few lives!
Corinna Geib of ImmuneSchein Ginger Elixir recently spent some time with the Times Herald Union's David Axelrod at our facility in West Hurley, NY. Link to Article by David Axelrod WEST HURLEY – Corinna Geib smells onions when she time-travels. She closes her eyes, and she’s back in grandpa Wolfgang Paulic’s kitchen in the Schwäbische Alb highlands of southwest Germany in the early 1980s. He’s toiling over a boiling medicinal meld as the scent wafts from windows. Raw rock sugar melts, and herbs roll in the hot water with black roots. She knew better than to scoff. His tinctures cured every...