Highly bioactive ginger obtained
by a traditional fermentation process

Ferzinger™ contains highly bioactive ginger and is obtained by a traditional fermentation process. Ginger is the common name for the root of Zingiber officinale Roscoe, a spice traditionally used in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Ayurveda. The most valuable part of ginger is the root. Ginger contains many bioactive compounds, including 6-gingerol, 6-shogaol, and 6-paradol.

The great benefit of fermentation

Tripling of the content of 6-shogaol
This fermentation process with ginger triples the content of 6-shogaol compared to non-fermented ginger powder. There is also a partial conversion into 6-paradol, the stable bioactive metabolite of 6-shogaol.

The flavonoids are broken down into smaller active antioxidant molecules
The presence of SOD-like substances that are not destroyed in the digestive tract as is the case with oral ingestion of superoxide dismutase (SOD). These antioxidants have a similar function to SOD.

Contains digestive enzymes
Ferzinger™ also contains enzymes such as α-amylase and protease that support digestion.

Lower daily dose needed
By the high bioavailability and good absorption of the active substances, a daily dose of 250 – 300 mg is enough under normal circumstances.

Nature’s intelligence

The great advantage of Ferzinger™ is that the natural matrix of the plant has been preserved. Together with the high bioavailability of the active substances, this ingredient is much safer than those who only offer high standardizations on gingerols.

Ginger root contains many other intelligent substances in addition to the gingerols that are highly beneficial to the body, also in their best absorbable form via traditional fermentation. It is the synergy of secondary plant metabolites in their best absorbable form that plays an important role for health.

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Recent animal studies show how fermented ginger can actually change the structure of the gastrointestinal tract and improvements were seen in their villi height and cellular structure. Fermented ginger improved nutrient absorption and even supported a normal inflammatory response.

A small study also shows Ferzinger™ causes a recovery of body temperature in women with cold sensitivity or cold intolerance.

Why choose Ferzinger™?

  1. 1.
    Tripling of the content of 6-shogaol
  2. 2.
    Formation of SOD-like substances
  3. 3.
    A fully controlled fermentation with preservation of the enzymes
  4. 4.
    Lower daily dose required
  5. 5.
    Clinically studied
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Health benefits

  1. Antioxidant ➝ the level of GSH increases, and the level of ROS decreases
  2. Improving cold sensitivity ➝ hyperthermic effect of ginger
  3. Preventing gastrointestinal complaints
  4. Reducing arthritic pain
  5. Anti-hyperglycaemic properties
  6. Anti-platelet aggregation effects
  7. Improving brain function
  8. Relieving migraine
  9. Relieving cough and cold
  10. Neuroprotective effect
  11. Relieving morning sickness and menstrual symptoms

Technical data

Common Name
Ferzinger™ - Fermented ginger
Botanical Origin
Zingiber officinale
Plant source
Nutritional supplements and functional food
Recommended dose
250 – 300 mg per day
Ferzinger™ is a trademark of Fermedics BV.