Botanical Name : :ZINGIBER OFFICINALIS
Family Name: :ZINGIBERACEAE
Common Name: CALAMUS, SWEET GINGER, GINGER ROOT, SONTH(DRIED)
Part Used : Fresh And Dried Fruit
Habitat : South East Asia and through out India.
Description : Ginger has a perennial rhizome or stem which creeps and increases in size underground. Roots grow from the bottom of the rhizome and shoots from the upper surface. In the spring it sends up from its rhizome a green reed-like stalk about 2 feet high, with narrow lanceolate leaves. These leaves die back after the growing season. The flowering stalk rises directly from the rhizome with the leaves and consists of an oblong spike with scalloped green bracts. From each bract one or more white or yellowish-green flowers is produced, blooming for several days. The underground rhizome is the source of commercial “ginger root”.
Uses : Clinically proved as prophylactic of Nausea and vomiting associated with motion, sickness, sea sickness and pregnancy. Known for its gastrointestinal benefits and as an anti inflamatory and carminative. Ginger root is widely used around the world as a spice or food additive. Ginger is fried and eaten plain, and used in curry pastes and other sauces in India; it is grilled and used to flavor fish and meats or for making ginger tea in Indonesia; it is boiled or fried in Chinese cookery; used to baste chicken or eaten as pickled ginger (beni shoga) and served with sushi in Japan; and used in Jamaica to make Jamaican jerk paste. A ginger extract with carbonated water makes the popular drink we call ginger ale. Ginger was used in the Middle Ages in Europe to flavor beer. Ginger has been used for stomach upset, motion sickness, nausea, and vomiting.
Product Offered : Fresh Ginger , Dried ginger, Extract