3 GINGER Ginger ( Zingiber officinale Rosc ) (Family: Zingiberaceae ) is a herbaceous perennial, the rhizomes of which are used as a spice. India is a leading producer of ginger in the world and during 2006-07 the country produced 3.70 lakh tonnes of the spice from an area of 1.06 lakh hectares.
1 Ginger Photo © Steven Foster Zingiber officinale Roscoe. Text by Armando Gonzalez Stuart, Ph.D., 2005 Botanical family: Zingiberaceae Common names in Spanish: Jengibre, Gengibre, Ancoas.
Ginger What is ginger? Ginger is a well-known tropical herb whose root is used in both Traditional Chinese Medicine and Western Herbal Medicine. The fresh root may be used, or it may be prepared as a tincture, powder, tablet, or tea.
Huntington College of Health Sciences • 800-290-4226 • www.hchs.edu 1 Ginger (Zingiber officinale) ©2001 Huntington College of Health Sciences Literature Education Series On Dietary Supplements By Art Presser, PharmD - President, Huntington College of Health Sciences Background: To most of ...
Ginger This fact sheet provides basic information about the herb ginger— uses, potential side effects, and resources for more information. Ginger is a tropical plant that has green-purple flowers and an aromatic underground stem (called a rhizome).
House Special (Shrimp, Chicken and Pork) Below items are served with Steamed or Fried Rice GINGER WOK Chinese Cuisine Kung Pao - Stir fried diced celery, carrot, waterchestnut and roasted peanuts in a spicy brown sauce.
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cocktails GINSING MaRGaRITa 11.00 cazadores reposado, fresh lime, and the exotic flavor of damiana mayan liqueur POMaTINI 12.00 grey goose le citron shaken with fresh lime and pomegranate juice WILD GINGER VODKa MaRTINI 9.50
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ISSN 0377-4910 Vol.33, No.6 June, 2003 GINGER : ITS ROLE IN XENOBIOTIC METABOLISM Plant derived products have been used for medicinal purposes for centuries.