Definitions for "Ginger root"
Knobbly and light brown, ginger root is u sed widely in Chinese food for its sharp, peppery, spicy, slightly sweet flavor and is especially good with fish as a "de-fisher". Ginger, when used in cooking is sliced into 1/16 inch slices. The slices are usually not eaten. When used for dipping together with vinegar, it is in fine shreds or fine dots and as much of it as will stick to the dipping piece will be eaten. Fresh ginger is peeled before using. The younger, less pungent ginger is best used in stir fried or steamed dishes while the harsher peppery mature ginger is good for braised dishes. It can be obtained from many supermarkets and Asian markets and is best kept in the refrigerator vegetable compartment, tightly wrapped in a paper towel placed inside a plastic bag. Learn more how to prepare ginger and tips. The medicinal values of ginger.
the popular spice which the Chinese find indispensable for preparing any meat, poultry or seafood dishes. It can substitute for galanga.
A knobby and light brown root widely used in Chinese food for its sharp, peppery, spicy, and slightly sweet flavor. Usually complements fish dishes.
Keywords:  ease, sickness, ginerol, nausea, upset
Is good for the Stomach and helps Cleanse Kidneys; Ginger is a time proven remedy for cramps, indigestion, and upset stomach. It has also been used for stimulating the circulatory system, easing cold symptoms and sore throats, and helping to cleanse the kidneys and bowels. It is also helpful for morning sickness and motion sickness. It relieves nausea fast.
Ginger root eases the occasional and mild digestive stress associated with travel. It contains Vitamins A, B Complex, C, calcium, phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium and magnesium as well as an oil called ginerol. This oil binds or holds together other herbs taken at the same time, and ensures that they reach the digestive colon of the body.
As A Treatment"..... Nausea: Ginger is often used to ease nausea caused by motion sickness, pregnancy or other causes..."
As A Treatment"...Circulation: It helps to support a healthy cardiovascular system by making platelets less sticky, therefore reducing the likelihood of clots..."
As A Treatment"...For this reason, self-medication is advised against, especially if you are taking anticoagulant drugs or are using aspirin..."
As A Treatment"...For women: It may be of use in ovarian and menstrual pain..."
Keywords:  invigorating, refreshing
Refreshing, invigorating.