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Ginger root powdered Organic - 150 g

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Ginger root powdered from Organic farming

Manufacturer: El Granero

Net content: 150 g.

Ingredients: ginger powder * (Zinziber officinale). May contain traces of gluten, soy, sesame and nuts.
(*) = Organic farming.

Availability: In stock


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Common name: Ginger

Scientific name: Zingiber officinale Roscoe

Other common names: Ginger, Ginger, Sweet Ginger

How to use: It is recommended to consume a serving of 2.5 g (half a spoonful of coffee) a day. The package contains 60 servings.
How to prepare the infusion: Pour a spoonful into a cup of boiling water and leave it to stand for five minutes.

Nutritional Analysis per 100 g:

Energy Value: 297,7 kcal / 1241,4 Kj
Proteins: 9.11 g
H. carbon: 50.1 g
From Sugars: 2.72 g
Fats: 1.97 g
Fiber: 21.5 g
Maximum Humidity: 11.6%

Ginger is a perennial plant of the family of zingiberáceas up to 1.8 m in height. Reddish-looking leaf stems. Characteristic rhizomes that are used as a species and with medicinal properties.

Its leaves are elongated like those of corn when they barely sprout from the ground and wrap the stem with their sheath

The flowers are very showy and are arranged in conical spikes and supported by scaly scales.

Ginger is native to India and China and has been one of the most prized spices, as medicine, from ancient times to today. In that sense, the Romans brought ginger from their provinces to Britain, along with tea and other spices. While the Arabs used ginger as a good aphrodisiac and pectoral. After the Roman Empire, Ginger was relegated to oblivion after his fall and was recovered by Marco Polo on his trip east.

At present, it is cultivated in tropical places; Mainly India, China, Antilles and Nigeria, as a condiment and medicinal plant. It can be found in the wild in many Caribbean islands, where it spontaneously flowers what does not occur in warm regions when it is cultivated. The main producing country in the world is Jamaica. Other producing countries are: India and China.

Components of Ginger:

- Acids: Alfalinolenic, linoleic, ascorbic, aspartic, capric, caprylic, gadoleic, glutaminic, myristic, oleic, oxalic (root)

- Shoagoles (root)

- Gingerol (root)

- Fiber (root)

- Essential oils: citral, citronellal, limonene, camphene, beta-bisolobene, beta-caryophyllene, beta-bisabol, alpha-farnesene, alpha-cadinene, alpha-cadinol. Beta-felandrene, beta-pinene, beta-sesquipelandene, gamma-eudesmol,

- Amino acids: arginine, asparagine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, niacin, threonine, tryptophan, tyrosine, valine (root)

- Minerals: aluminum, boron, chromium, cobalt, manganese, phosphorus, silicon, zinc

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