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  • Ginger

    Ginger wenbin Liu Section: 001 Paper Assignment Ginger is produced from rhizome of the herb Zingiber officinale Roscoe. The English term ’ginger’ came from Sanskrit word ’Sringavera’. It has identical scientific name for its genus and family. Ginger is under the family of Zingiberaceae that includes other plants such as cardamom‚ and galangal.(1) Ginger has flowering heads borne on separate short stems and composed of various green to yellow bracts. Its flowers

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    Running Head: Herbal report on Ginger Alternative and Complementary Therapies; Ginger Alternative and Complementary Therapies; Ginger Ginger has been grown for over 4‚400 years. It is a widely used cooking spice. Ginger comes from the plant Zingiber Officinale. In ancient times ginger was used to treat a variety of medical conditions. To name a few‚ in China‚ it is used for digestion‚ nausea‚ and diarrhea. Ginger is one of the more widely used herbs in America and

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    0 Health benefits of Ginger – truly amazing! Ginger has been used for its health benefits for over 5000 years and is a favorite medicinal as well as culinary herb. Unlike most spices‚ the part that has the most medicinal value grows under ground. Often mistakenly called “ginger root” this is actually the rhizome of the plant which is more of a subterranean stem than a root. Although you can use dried ginger and powdered ginger for health benefits‚ fresh ginger is preferred. The list of health

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  • Ginger

    Ginger Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinal‚ consumed as a delicacy‚ medicine‚ or spice. It lends its name to its genus and family (Zingiberaceae). Other notable members of this plant family are turmeric‚ cardamom‚ and galangal. The distantly related dicots in the Asarum genus have the common name wild ginger because of their similar taste. Ginger is indigenous to southern China‚ from whence it spread to the Spice Islands and other parts of Asia‚ and subsequently

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  • Ginger Production

    Soil and Crop Management June 2004 SCM-8 Producing Bacterial Wilt–Free Ginger in Greenhouse Culture Paul Hepperly1‚4‚ Francis Zee1‚ Russell Kai1‚ Claire Arakawa1‚ Mark Meisner2 ‚ Bernard Kratky2‚ Kert Hamamoto1‚ and Dwight Sato3 1 U.S. Department of Agriculture‚ Agriculture Research Service‚ Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Service (PBARC)‚ Hilo; 2CTAHR Beaumont Agricultural Research Center‚ Hilo; 3CTAHR Cooperative Extensive Service‚ Hilo Extension Office; 4The Rodale Institute inger

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  • Ginger Root

    The ginger root is from the plant zingiber officonate. It is from the same plant family as tumeric‚ a commonly used cooking spice. It has many uses in cooking and homeopathic medicine. Ginger root is grown in warmer climates‚ and used in landscaping as well as harvested in bulk. Ginger root is an herb. Ginger root is also known as several other names including amomum zingiber‚ ardraka‚ cochin ginger‚ gingembre‚ gan-jiang‚ sheng-jiang‚ and black ginger. First cultivated in South Asia and

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  • Ginger Thesis

    PREPARATION OF INSTANT GINGER TEA AND ITS QUALITY EVALUTION A Proposal submitted to Tribhuvan University Faculty of Science and Technology Lalitpur Valley College (LVC) Jawalakhel‚ Lalitpur Submitted by- MANJEET SHRESTHA B. tech 4th year HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Ginger is one of the oldest spices to be supposed native to South East Asia‚ but like many other tropical plant of the economic importance‚ its exact origin is uncertain. It is mentioned in early literature of China and

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  • About Ginger

    About Ginger Ginger or ginger root is the rhizome of the plant Zingiber officinale‚ consumed as a delicacy‚ medicine‚ or spice. It lends its name to its genus and family (Zingiberaceae). Other notable members of this plant family are turmeric‚ cardamom‚ and galangal. Ginger cultivation began in South Asia and has since spread to East Africa and the Caribbean. Ginger oil has been shown to prevent skin cancer in mice and a study at the University of Michigan demonstrated that gingerols ([6]-gingerol)

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  • Research on Ginger in Meghalaya

    the field study of Ginger and Turmeric in Meghalaya PREFACE Meghalaya is a state which is rich in natural resources‚ be it from flora to fauna to the mineral resources‚ the state has it in abundance. Agriculture‚ including crop and animal husbandry‚ fisheries‚ forestry and agro processing constitutes the very basis of socio economic lives of India. One of the major activities in the state is cultivation of horticulture crops which includes that of Ginger and Turmeric. Ginger is being predominantly

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  • Medicinal Properties Of Ginger

    Luya or Ginger is widely distributed in the Philippines. It has a very aromatic rootstocks that contains active constituents like zingerone and shogaols that are responsible for pungent properties of ginger. But mostly of the therapeutic use of ginger are found on its rhizome. Gingerol is one of the active constituent that exert its antimicrobial effect. (Philippine Medicinal Plant 2014) Acne vulgaris is a common‚ chronic‚ multifactorial‚ polymorphic‚ inflammatory‚ non-infectious disease involving

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