Ginger Ground Organic
The Mindful Pantry Spice!
Zingiber Officinale (ginger) is used in both sweet and savoury dishes, Ginger is a commonly used rhizome (root) in Ayuverdic, traditional Chinese and Western medicine as a treatment for headaches and migraines, blood pressure and flow, and colds.
It is also used in Western herbal medicine as an anti-inflammatory, helps reduce digestive cramping, flatulence and period pain, increases digestion and increases circulation to the extremities.
In one instance the phenolic content of ginger was measured as 157mg/100g fresh weight rhizome and 291mg/100g fresh weight leaves.* The total flavonoid content appears to be 5.54-11.4mg/g dry weight, which is above that of Garlic, onions, papaya, black tea and semambu leaves all by at least two-fold.*
* Ghasemzadeh A, Jaafar HZ, Rahmat A Identification and concentration of some flavonoid components in Malaysian young ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) varieties by a high-performance liquid chromatography method. Molecules. (2010).
How To Use
Ginger can help settle the stomach and relax the body. 1teaspoon in a cup of hot water, 2-3 times a day, may assist in the reduction of inflammation. Spice up your hot chocolate, chai, smoothie or juice. Add to curries, spicy dishes and desserts. Drink as a refreshing, digestive tea.
Best kept airtight in a cool and dry place.
Kept fresh in attractive, pantry-worthy glass jars and earth-friendly compostable bags, Mindful Foods have gone to the Nth degree to ensure the utmost quality, nutrition, and environmental consideration.
**=Certified organic ingredient;
India. Packed in Australia from imported ingredients.