The flavor of ginger is incomparable. The combination of hot, zesty, biting and at the same time sweet and warm taste in the mouth is what ginger is known for. It has a pungent smell with some great health benefits. The facts below are exclusives and Indian spice manufacturers will gain a lot from it because it will expose details unknown to many about this spice.
Ginger originated in the tropical rain forest of the Indian subcontinent up to Southern Asia. The spotlight on ginger was formerly credited to the Roman Empire before the fall of the empire.
Ginger is one of the world’s most useful spices used in flavoring food and it is also a perfect medicinal plant.
It is now widely cultivated in India; China, USA and in tropical regions of the world
There are 80 calories in 100 grams of ginger !
The word ginger has its roots from old English gingifer from the 14th century
Ginger can be used to soothe an upset stomach. The spice suppliers can make brisk business providing this flavor as an antidote for stomach upset.
The height of the ginger plant falls between 30cm-60cm tall and they are rarely found in the wild
Ginger can cut down on excess body fat when combined with a good exercise regime. This is mainly because it boosts the metabolism rate of the body.
Ginger is known in the Ayurveda for a long time to boost the immunity and health. Having Ginger, combined with Tulsi and Honey can help get a dramatic increase in the body’s fighting capacity against bacteria, viruses (includes the widely dread Corona Virus !)
Dry ginger is a powerful therapeutic against cancer. One study in India reveals the potency in ginger in the fight against cancer.
It is a known fact that ginger has the healing powers to diminish the soreness in the muscles that come as a result of walkouts
Women who suffer from menstrual cramps can get relief by taking the recommended dosage of ginger capsules 4 times in a day
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