When used as a kitchen spice, the hot, earthy nature of GINGER adds flavor to a variety of dishes and may help to support healthy digestion.
If you like using fresh GINGER in your cooking, just wait until you try GINGER Essential Oil. The sourcing of this Essential Oil from Madagascar gives a spicy, yet sweet flavor to your favorite dishes and desserts that is unrivaled.
A featured ingredient in many Asian dishes, GINGER has a hot, fragrant flavor when used as a kitchen spice. In Western tradition, GINGER is most often used in sweets—gingerbread and ginger snaps being two examples.
Studies have been conducted on GINGER for its common effect on joint health; however, GINGER is best known as a digestive aid and for helping to ease occasional indigestion and nausea.
• Dilute and apply topically to help to reduce bloating, gas, and occasional indigestion.
• During a long car ride, diffuse or place a drop of GINGER in the palm of your hand and inhale to reduce feelings of nausea.
• Apply over lower abdomen for a soothing massage.
• Add one to two drops in a homemade Asian broccoli beef recipe.
• Replace ground ginger with one toothpick to one drop GINGER Oil in a Ginger glazed carrot recipe for an amazing side dish.
• Add one to two drops to a homemade butternut squash soup recipe.
QUESTION – WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ASIAN DISH?