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Ginger is a well known spice with a piquant flavour and a pleasant aroma, hot and pungent it is formed in an underground stalk  “Zingiber officinale”, (Zingiberaceae family) an evergreen plant originating in the South of Asia and cultivated in most tropical countries (Africa, Giamaica, Australia and the islands of the Indian archipelago  ect..).
The principal qualities which characterize Ginger are (bitter and pungent) together with their derivatives (Zingerone and shogaoli) and sesquiterpenes like the zingiberene and B-bisabolene together with various Monoterpenes),
Ginger can be used in various cooking recipes and has numerous phytotherapic properties. The best known and documented is first of all its anti nausea effects while on the other hand its use in aromatizing non intoxicating drinks.
Chinese sailors used ginger as a cure against seasickness centuries ago; the idea to formulate a study on a group of navy cadets did not come by chance, ginger roots have proved to be most effective in reducing the feeling of being sick.
Its antiemetic effect seems to be if not superior to that of clopramide (Plasil). Ginger results to be very useful in the treatment of gastritis and of the so called dyspepsia; referring to that variegated group of symptoms associated with difficult or laborious digestion. Ginger powder is able to stimulate the normal peristaltic movements of the stomach and intestines (procinetic effect) however, in subjects who suffer from stomach burn, ginger can have a contrary effect due to its properties of stimulation of  gastric secretion. Ginger can have a stimulating effect on the functioning of the liver, activating bilious secretions and therefore justifying the presumed hypocholesterolemic.effect. Traditionally food containing ginger was considered to be aphrodisiac and anti-inflammatory (capable of inhibiting Cyclooxygenase and lipoxygenase.)


Organic Wheat flour type "0", organic High oleic sunflower oil, organic quinoa flour (5,8%), organic ginger (1,5%), baking yeast, salt


Contains gluten


UE/non UE


Keep in a cool, dry place


6 months from production date

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