Often referred to as a root. Although that is almost correct, ginger is actually an underground stem and classified as a rhizome that is widely used in traditional eastern medicine or as a spice in many global cultures. Ginger is known to have more than twelve types of antioxidants and also contains essential oils, protein, Calcium, Phosphorus, Iron, Vitamin C, and a small amount of Vitamin B3.
Ginger has been known to:
- Boost energy
- Aid in digestion & calcium absorption
- Strengthen immunity
- Promote healthy brain & nerve functions