Origin – About the product
The origin of ginger is from south-east Asia. Ginger is commonly mentioned in writings, especially in China and India, as being part of their culinary and medicinal culture. Used in traditional medicine as an anti-inflammatory product, it can combat respiratory diseases as well as in relieving gastrointestinal problems. Medical studies demonstrate that ginger is effective in preventing motion sickness symptoms. Pregnancy effects like vomiting and nausea seems to be relieved with ginger also.
It was first introduced in Mexico, South America and the West Indies in the 16th century by the Spaniards.
Many use it in tea for nausea or dizziness. It has expectorants properties such as analgesic for colds, improves circulation, helps digestion, antioxidant, and also used for bacterial infections such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhimurium, etc. A compound call gingerols works as an excellent anti-inflammatory
Uses – Usage
Used as a healing root in juices or teas, soft drinks, snacks, even as a condiment in the kitchen. It produces a hot, fragrant kitchen spice.
It is also common to find it in the pharmaceutical industry. Ginger also can be taken in hot teas, soups, with fish and others. In bakery, sweet things are very good with ginger, for example with milk, peach ginger hand pies or pumpkin pie with ginger. In Indian and Chinese cuisine it is a must ingredient.
Packing and product Presentations
Presentation is as fresh ginger, packed in cardboard boxes containing 30 pounds and shipped in reefer containers.