Fermented Turmeric and Ginger



Botanica's Fermented Turmeric & Ginger is loaded with enzymes, B vitamins, micronutrients and organic acids, and turmeric.

The small batch brewing process starts with organic turmeric and ginger harvested at peak potency, made into a herbal tea, combined with a unique scoby (Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast), and fermented for several months.


  • Turmeric helps reduce inflammation, and can support in healing inflammation-related injuries or arthritis


  • Drink one shot (2 tbsp) or mix with water or juice

Ingredients: Water, organic turmeric, organic ginger, organic sugar, active culture.

Note: Botanica Daily Anti-Inflammatory Shot is good up until the expiry date on the bottle. If kept outside of the fridge, fermentation will continue (but not go bad). More “mother” may grow, but it will not be harmful (just like in apple cider vinegar).


What are adaptogens?

Put simply, adaptogens are natural substances that benefit bodily processes, and help the body adapt to stress.

Adaptogens are reported to show long-lasting effects which, unlike stimulants such as caffeine, aren’t followed by a drop in capacity. By acting more gently with fewer peaks and throughs, adaptogens may protect our physical and mental processes both before and after stressful events.

Will I feel a difference right away?

While effects do vary from person to person, generally effects are felt after a few weeks of consistent use.

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At Beatrice Society, we only align with brands that share our high standards for quality, sustainability, and science-backed expertise.

How Botanica Delivers on our Values:


Botanica uses only whole herbs and foods, each provided in meaningful, therapeutic doses. No isolates or synthetics.


Botanica is a Certified B Corp, which means they meet the highest standards of social and environmental performance, transparency and accountability.


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