Ginger is a plant that grows the best in the warm climates of China, India and Jamaica. Ginger flowers have an aromatic smell and the bruised stem a characteristic fragrance, but the root is considered the most useful part of the plant, and must not be used under a year’s growth. Dry Ginger is emollient, appetiser, laxative, stomachic, stimulant, rubefacient, aphrodisiac, expectorant and carminative. Powdered Ginger is obtained by pulverizing dried ripe fruits of Zingiber Officinale. The fine-ground, light yellow ginger powder is renowned for its subtle lemon like aroma and sharp biting flavor.
Scientific Name: 
Zingiber Officinale
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Uses &Application
Ginger acts as a digestive aid. Its pungent essential oils aid digestion by stimulating the activity of digestive enzymes. Fresh ginger is good for easing indigestion, stomach pain and nausea and for stopping diarrhea caused by poor digestion. Dry ginger, on the other hand is better for warming the body. Ginger oil has a spicy and peppery aroma, so it is often blended with other essential oils to produce many different mixtures for many different ailments. Ginger powder is used as a food flavoring agent and also in pharmaceutical preparations. It is great in various types of Indian and Chinese dishes as well as used in case of motion sickness and morning sickness. Dry ginger is good for cardiovascular health. It increases the tone and peristalsis of the intestine and Reduces flatulence. Dry ginger is effective against fever, dropsy, asthma and jaundice. Ginger produced candy acts as an appetizer, a mouth freshener, and a normal health food
Packaging Details:

  • 25 Kg, 40 Kg & 50 Kg New Jute / Gunny Bags with or without inner bag / poly lined.
  • 25 Kg & 50 Kg Poly Propylene (PP) Bags
  • Or as per customers specification / requirement.