How to Increase Your Energy, Boost Your Metabolism & Feel Better With One Amazing Drink

“Ginger is not good for you; it’s GREAT for you!” - Dr. Stork, Celebrity Fit Club

Drink Yourself Healthy

Boost Metabolism

Key ingredients in Jin+Ja have been shown to enhance energy expediture & boost fat oxidation. (1)

Feel energized

Enjoy the delicious invigoration of Jin+Ja &  feel like the super version of you, without the unwanted crash of a cup of coffee.

Fight Inflamation

One of the main ingredients of Jin+Ja has been shown to help reduce inflamation, blood pressure & muscle soreness. (2)

Improve Digestion

Promote a healthy digestion system with ingredients that stimulate healthy digestive enzymes, reducing stomach cramps & naseau. (3)

Surpress Appetite

Jin+Ja's ingredients are found in several fasting diets & contains ingredients that have been shown to surpress appetite. (4)

Relieve Pain

Ginger may act as an all-natural pain reliver. In one study, it was shown to reduce knee pain in people with osteoarthritis. (5)

Fresh & Powerful Ingredients

Fresh Ginger

Ginger is a powerful ingredient that has been used for centuries to treat ailments. It contains several powerful antioxidants & can help promote healthy digestion, decrease inflammation, reduce naseau, and can significantly reduce triglyerides, cholesterol & LDL (low dentify lipoprotein) levels. (6)(7)(8)(9)

Cayenne Pepper

Cayenne pepper has been used in food & medicine for over 9,000 years. It's a powerful, spicy little pepper that offers many health benefits, including increased fat oxidation & increased energy expediture. It is also loaded with powerful antioxidants like vitamin C, viatmin B6 & vitamin E. (10)(11)

Green Tea

Green tea is a powerful antioxidant packed with nutrients, and has been shown to reduce blood pressure, glucose & insulin spikes. (12)

Lemon

Lemon is packed with vitamin C, vitamin B, and more potassium than an apple. Plus, it adds a summer freshness to Jin+Ja.

Mint

Mint helps stimulate digestive enzymes that absorb nutrients from foods and consumes fat to transform it into useable energy. (13)

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Linda M. - Crestview, Florida

I drink a double shot of it first thing in the morning. I have been on my diet for 2 months now and with the help of Jin ja I have lost so far 28 lbs. it is great tasting so try it. It will put a jump in your day. I strongly recommend this magic juice.

CARMEN S. - POMONA, CALIFORNIA

Fatigue has been the bane of my existence for the past few years, couple that with diabetes and aging my world was dim. My world began to show light when I discovered Jin+Ja. It contains all the good stomach settling, energy infusion, feel good properties I would experience if I just had the energy and time to mix a health exlir. It's great tasting, body stimulating & energy enhancing . I was hooked the moment I had my first sip.

MEL M. - PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

I no longer drink coffee, I replaced it with Jin+Ja. Such a refreshing drink. I love the kick. Gets me going in the morning and during the day. I now have more energy and less aches. My yorkie is happier because instead of going for one walk a day, we now go twice a day. I must say I owe it all to this amazing drink Jin+Ja. Thank you!

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About The Movement

“I was driving myself crazy searching for a drink that was both healthy and delicious. So I took matters into my own kitchen. Started with ginger mixed in green tea, lemon. And for excitement? Cayenne and mint! When I got the balance just so, I left my job as a lawyer and never looked back.”

I am Reuben Canada | Founder of Jin+Ja | This is my story

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Jin+Ja?

Jin+Ja is an all-natural, healthy drink exilir that combines the powerful ingredients of ginger, green tea, cayenne pepper, lemon & mint.

How much Jin+Ja should i Drink?

How much you drink is up to you, but we recommend that you have at least 1 ounce every 4 hours or just before meals to feel maximum invigoration.

How do I drink Jin+JA?

There is no one way to drink it. You can heat it up, drink it cold, or even at room tempature. Some people love to drink it straight up, while others mix it with beverages like club soda, coconut water, or even black tea. How you drink it is up to you.

Absolutely. If you are not absolutely thrilled with Jin+Ja, let us know and we'll immediately cancel your subscription - no questions asked. Just contact us by calling (215) 690-1470 or by emailing us at [email protected]

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IS It SPICY?

It has a slight kick, but most people find it to be less spicy than they expected & truly enjoy its unique & balanced flavor (even if they don't like spicy foods).

IS JIN+JA ALL-NATURAL & NON-GMO?

Yes, all of the ingredients found in Jin+Ja are all-natural & non-GMO. Additionally, Jin+Ja is made in the USA.

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These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

If you are health conscious, or just love things with bold natural flavors that are actually good for you, you will absolutely love Jin+Ja! Ever since I discovered Jin+Ja, I have been a fan and a proud consumer. I drink it all the time hot or cold. It tastes great mixed or straight up. I highly recommend it. It's worth the money, tastes great and has many health benefits. Jin+Ja is the real deal. You cant go wrong!

John m. - Greenbelt, maryland

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References:

1.  Alizadeh-Navaei, Reza, MD, Fatemeh Roozbeh, MD, Mehrdad Saravi, MD, Mehdi Pouramir, MD, Farzad Jalali, MD, and Ali A. Moghadamnia, MD. "Investigation of the Effect of Ginger on Lipid Levels." Saudi Medical Journal 29.9 (2008): n. pag. Web.  

2.  Bogdanski, Pawel, Joanna Suliburska, Monika Szulinska, Marta Stepien, Danuta Pupek-Musialik, and Anna Jablecka. "Green Tea Extract Reduces Blood Pressure, Inflammatory Biomarkers, and Oxidative Stress and Improves Parameters Associated with Insulin Resistance in Obese, Hypertensive Patients." Nutrition Research 32.6 (2012): 421-27. Web. 

3.  Hu, Ming-Luen. "Effect of Ginger on Gastric Motility and Symptoms of Functional Dyspepsia." World Journal of Gastroenterology 17.1 (2011): 105. Web. 

4.  Mccarty, Mark F., James J. Dinicolantonio, and James H. O'keefe. "Capsaicin May Have Important Potential for Promoting Vascular and Metabolic Health." Open Heart 2.1 (2015): n. pag. Web. 

5.  Altman, R. D., and K. C. Marcussen. "Effects of a Ginger Extract on Knee Pain in Patients with Osteoarthritis." Arthritis & Rheumatism 44.11 (2001): 2531-538. Web. 

6. Hu, Ming-Luen. "Effect of Ginger on Gastric Motility and Symptoms of Functional Dyspepsia." World Journal of Gastroenterology 17.1 (2011): 105. Web. 

7.  Nievergelt, A., J. Marazzi, R. Schoop, K.-H. Altmann, and J. Gertsch. "Ginger Phenylpropanoids Inhibit IL-1  and Prostanoid Secretion and Disrupt Arachidonate-Phospholipid Remodeling by Targeting Phospholipases A2." The Journal of Immunology 187.8 (2011): 4140-150. Web. 

8.  Ryan, Julie L., Charles E. Heckler, Joseph A. Roscoe, Shaker R. Dakhil, Jeffrey Kirshner, Patrick J. Flynn, Jane T. Hickok, and Gary R. Morrow. "Ginger (Zingiber Officinale) Reduces Acute Chemotherapy-induced Nausea: A URCC CCOP Study of 576 Patients." Supportive Care in Cancer 20.7 (2011): 1479-489. Web. 

9. Alizadeh-Navaei, Reza, MD, Fatemeh Roozbeh, MD, Mehrdad Saravi, MD, Mehdi Pouramir, MD, Farzad Jalali, MD, and Ali A. Moghadamnia, MD. "Investigation of the Effect of Ginger on Lipid Levels." Saudi Medical Journal 29.9 (2008): n. pag. Web. 

10.  Snitker, S., Y. Fujishima, H. Shen, S. Ott, X. Pi-Sunyer, Y. Furuhata, H. Sato, and M. Takahashi. "Effects of Novel Capsinoid Treatment on Fatness and Energy Metabolism in Humans: Possible Pharmacogenetic Implications." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 89.1 (2008): 45-50. Web. 

11. Mccarty, Mark F., James J. Dinicolantonio, and James H. O'keefe. "Capsaicin May Have Important Potential for Promoting Vascular and Metabolic Health." Open Heart 2.1 (2015): n. pag. Web. 

12. Bogdanski, Pawel, Joanna Suliburska, Monika Szulinska, Marta Stepien, Danuta Pupek-Musialik, and Anna Jablecka. "Green Tea Extract Reduces Blood Pressure, Inflammatory Biomarkers, and Oxidative Stress and Improves Parameters Associated with Insulin Resistance in Obese, Hypertensive Patients." Nutrition Research 32.6 (2012): 421-27. Web. 

13. Ramakrishna Rao, R., Platel, K. and Srinivasan, K. (2003), In vitro influence of spices and spice-active principles on digestive enzymes of rat pancreas and small intestine. Nahrung, 47: 408–412. doi:10.1002/food.200390091