Common Names: Luyang Dilaw, Jamaican ginger, Indian Ginger, Gan-jiang, Sheng-jiang, African ginger, Black ginger
The root of the Zingiber officiale plant, most commonly known as ginger root, is a widely used spice and herbal remedy all around the world. Ginger root is very versatile, from candy, to wine, to soda, to tea! Ginger tea is pleasantly spicy, and a great blend that exemplifies the great taste of this root is our Digestif Ginger!
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