Used as medicine for vomiting, diarrhea, indigestive heat, accumulation of mucus, coagulation of blood or blood circulation problems (due to drop in blood temperature and thus blood become cold and clumpy).
Helps to increase appetite and clears the pathways of nutrient absorbing channels.
The rhizomes are commonly used in the preparation of herbal tea.
Used as a spice in cuisines throughout the world.
Ginger is a creeping perennial rhizomatous herb which can grow to a height of about 0.6-12m tall. The plant has lanceolate leaves 15-30cm long, which dies off each year.
Method of processing :
The rootstocks are collected in Autumn, cleaned and chopped into fine pieces and dried in clean warm place.
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