Ginger Root - Organic
1 teaspoon of ginger root as a hot infusion on its own or mixed with other herbs. Ginger is quite versatile and can be used in savoury dishes, soups, sauces, and baked goods.
Ginger has been celebrated in various fashion throughout the entire world, from the German invention of the gingerbread house to the key ingredient in many Thai and Malaysian curries. It is native to southeastern Asia but traditional healers in China, India, the Middle East, as well as those of the Roman Empire, have all used ginger to help relieve nausea. It has been used with all forms of digestive upsets including motion and morning sickness, and food poisoning. It contains beta-carotene, acetic acid, zingiberine, and lignin. It is rich in a class of phytonutrients called gingerols.