Dehydrated ginger with powdered sugar
Ingredients: Ginger, sugar, citric acid, SULFUR DIOXIDE max 100 ppm.
Allergens: the highlighted ingredients can cause reactions in people with allergies or intolerant.
May contain traces of other nuts.
Net weight 50 g
Nutritional declaration for 100 grams of product.
Energy (KJ/Kcal): 1590/389
Fats: 0 g
Saturated fatty acids: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 94 g
Sugars: 75 g
Protein: 0 g
Salt: 0.35 g
The nutritional values present have been obtained from the packaging of the individual products or, alternatively, from the information present on the websites of the respective brands. If this has not been possible, these values are taken from the database of nutritional values of foods of the USDA, United States Department of Agriculture.
Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Zingiberaceae family. Widely used in the kitchen, it has some anti-inflammatory and digestive properties that make it useful for the stomach and heart. Ginger is used as a natural anti-inflammatory and digestive and is among the most effective anti-nausea and anti-vertigo medicines. With ginger you can treat disorders such as motion sickness, seasickness, morning sickness. Its antiemetic properties seem to reside in local effects on the walls of the stomach and intestines. The active ingredients of the plant are all concentrated in its root: non-volatile substances, such as gingerols, resins and mucilages. In the traditional medicine of the Far East, ginger is used in the treatment of osteoarthritis, flu, as a heart stimulant , as a protector of the gastric mucosa. Thanks to its antibiotic properties, ginger is a valid ally of the stomach, intestines, heart and circulatory system. Ginger essential oil is also rich in important properties. In fact, it is anti-nausea, tonic, pain reliever, digestive, antiviral and aphrodisiac. Ginger is also useful against halitosis: in fact, sipping hot boiled water for 10 minutes with fresh ginger, a remedy that promotes digestion and counteracts the accumulation of toxins and bacterial fermentation.