Ginger is an underground root cultivated in India and most of the Asian countries. In the books on Ayurveda and study of herbs, the ginger is always noted as to be the best natural medicine for the treatment of many disorders and diseases. The ginger is crushed into small pieces and processed through solvent extraction method for obtaining Ginger oleoresins.
The ginger has many of the herbal properties so it is widely used in curing many of the serious and regularize the functioning of the body. It is used for treatment of upset stomach, increasing blood circulation, curing cold, cough and fever. It has a very pungent aroma, so is accordingly into the foods, where it has its necessity. Some of the anti insect repellent products also include some amount of Oleoresins of ginger.
|Botonical Name||Zingiber Officinalis|
|Country of Origin||Southern China|
|Color & Odor||Dark brown to lack colour with the Characteristic aroma of fresh Garlic|
|Solubility||Soluble in water|
|Flash Point||168.00 Â°F|
|Major Constituents||gingerol and shogaol, volatile oil|
|Extraction Method||Obtained by the solvent extraction of dried rhizom|