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Benefits, Vitamins and Ingredients in Good Jamu

At Good Jamu, we believe in the power of nature to promote well-being and balance in the body. One of the main features of our jamu is its richness in vitamins and minerals. Both our Island Ginger and Tropical Turmeric jamus are rich in B vitamins and vitamin C. These vitamins are essential for maintaining balance and harmony in your body, mind and soul. They are also powerful antioxidants, meaning they support the body's natural defenses, reduce the risk of disease and strengthen the body's immune system.


Just one serving of our jamu (100ml) contains a powerhouse of vitamins including B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7/B8 and C. These vitamins are known to work together to improve brain and liver function , healthy skin, hair and eyes increase energy levels and support the body's natural defenses against illness and stress.

The B vitamins are known to maintain good brain, liver, skin, hair, and eye health, and prevent diseases related to the nervous system, brain, muscles, heart, stomach, and intestines. In combination with vitamin C, they also act as essential antioxidants that support the body's immune system.

Vitamins B2 and B5 play a vital role in converting the food we eat into energy, keeping us active and alert throughout the day. Vitamin B3 is commonly known as "brain food" and helps keep the mind sharp and alert. B6 is a 'mood lifter' that can help reduce symptoms of depression.

Vitamins B3 and C can help regulate blood pressure, keeping blood flow smooth and healthy. B7/8 and B3 may help treat diabetes by protecting the cells that produce insulin

In fact, the vitamins jamu contains do much more for the mind than just keep it energized. Vitamin B6 is believed to be mentally uplifting , put you in a good mood and reduce the symptoms of depression.

Your blood carries oxygen and nutrients to every corner of your body, but its ability to do so depends on your choice of what you put into your body! Vitamins B3 and C are believed to help regulate blood pressure, keeping your blood flowing smoothly. Vitamins B7/8 and 3 are said to help treat diabetes by protecting the cells that produce insulin.

Ultimately, these versatile vitamins work together to provide you with stability, comfort, and balance. Shop our jamus products to make sure you get your daily dose.


Drinking our jamu drink is not just a physical experience, it is also a sensory one. The warm and comforting nature of a cup of jamu can also soothe a sore throat or cough and help loosen phlegm, aid breathing by loosening phlegm, and reduce the symptoms of a cold or flu. The herbs, spices and roots that make up our jamu are known for their anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce swelling and inflammation in the body.

Island Ginger

For example, our Island Ginger Jamu is known for its ability to improve digestion, reduce bloating and flatulence. Ginger is also known to have anti-inflammatory properties that can be helpful in reducing pain and stiffness associated with arthritis and other inflammatory conditions.

Tropical Turmeric

Tropical Turmeric Jamu, on the other hand, is known for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties, due to its curcumin content, which is thought to play a role in reducing pain, stiffness, and inflammation.

One of the best things about our jamu is that it's not just about consuming the vitamins, but the ritual and experience of drinking something warm, comforting and made with natural ingredients. We believe in the natural power of our jamu to balance and nourish your body. Try our Island Ginger and Tropical Turmeric jams today and experience the properties of these amazing ingredients.

In short, our jamu is a natural and authentic way to take advantage of all the benefits the ingredients have to offer. Our jamu is sourced directly from farmers and is made with only the finest organic ingredients to ensure you get the most out of it. So whether you're looking for a warm and comforting drink, or a way to nourish your body, our jamu is an excellent choice.

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