Ginsix is a compound belonging to the family of other antiemetics.

Ginsix is a compound belonging to the family of other antiemetics. Its formulation is based on ginger root, to relieve nausea and vomiting indicated in case of:



Almost the 80% of pregnant women have nausea and vomiting during pregnancy. Are patients
with 1 to 2 vomiting up with correct tolerance to the intake, their symptoms starting between
week 6 and 9 of gestation. They simply going to benefit from symptomatic treatment.

In patients with mild symptoms of nausea and vomiting that are reluctant to the classical pharmacological treatments can choose nonpharmacological alternatives with randomized trials that have demonstrated its effectiveness.

Ginger 280 mg / 6 h: versus placebo studies have shown its effectiveness in treating mild nausea and vomiting of pregnancy.


Motion sickness (dizziness caused by motion trips): The usual adult dosage is three tablets about 3 hours before starting a journey. If the trip is long it can take half an hour before starting the journey and repeat every 3-4 hours.


Ulcers and Helicobacter Pylori:
The beneficial effect of ginger against ulcer is more important as preventive treatment than
a treatment. Can be caused by its antibacterial effect on Helicobacter pylori, bacteria associated
with many forms of gastroduodenal ulcer.

Ginger has some antibacterial activity but unaffected Lactobacillus. Consumption of ginger when you have diarrhea helps restore intestinal flora, especially if they are of bacterial origin.