ground ginger

Did you know the best way to store ginger is sitting on top of a pot plant in the kitchen? Or in your courtyard outside your kitchen? Being a root, it lasts longest if it is in contact with soil.

Ginger is used in almost every cuisine in the world. It first came to England and Europe over 2000 years ago and was used in Ancient Rome and Greece.




  • Anti-inflammatory – excellent for an auto-immune diet and post-injury for swelling
  • Digestive Aid
  • Relieves flatulence, nausea, morning sickness, motion sickness and diarrhea
  • anti-viral
  • staves off colds and sore throats
  • provides relief to respiratory disorders including asthma
  • strongest in its dried form for digestive issues
  • best in fresh form for its anti-viral and auto-immune qualities


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