Ginger Powder

Name:Organic Ginger Powder

Latin Name: Zingiber officinale

Category: Standard Herb Extracts

Effectiveness: Digestive system

Used Part: Rhizomes (Roots)

Content Specifications: Gingerols 5% 10% test by HPLC

Appearance: Light Yellow fine powder

CAS No: 23513-14-6

Molecular Formula: C17H26O4

Molecular Mass: 294.39

Certifications:ISO,KOSHER,Halal,Organic;

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Ginger Powder

The fresh ginger rhizome is thick, knobby, and pale yellow. Ginger Powder retains a light yellow color with a somewhat fibrous texture.

Powder ginger is made by drying and grinding the rhizome of the ginger plant. It most likely originated in China, although the exact origin is unknown, as it has been cultivated for so many thousands of years. It thrives in a tropical climate, and is one of the most consumed spices in the world. The top world producer of ginger is India, followed by China, Indonesia, Nigeria, Thailand, and the Philippines.

Basic Information

Latin nameZingiber officinale Rosc.
Place of OriginChina
Part usedRoot
Extraction TypeSolvent Extraction
Active IngrdientsGingerols,6-Gingerol, 6-Shogaol, 8-Gingerol, 10-Gingerol
Cas No23513-14-6
Molecular FormulaC17H26O4
Formula Weight300.43
SynonymsZingiber Officinale Rosc./Gingerol/Ginger root Extract/Gingerol Powder
Test MethodHPLC/UV
Formula StructureQQ截图20190418133305 6-Gingerol
SpecificationsGingerol 5% HPLC,10%UV Light Yellow Powder

COA

Test itemsSpecificationTest results
Assay (HPLC)Gingerols5%5.25%
AppearanceFine powderComplies
ColourLight brownComplies
OdorCharacteristicComplies
TasteCharacteristicComplies
IdentificationPositiveComplies
MeshsizePass 80 meshComplies
Loss on drying≤5.0%4.37%
Ash≤5.0%3.66%
Heavy metals≤10ppmComplies
Pb≤2ppmComplies
As≤2ppmComplies
Cd≤0.5ppmComplies
Hg≤0.5ppmComplies
Total plate count≤1000cfu/gComplies
Mold & Yeast≤100cfu/gComplies
E.ColiNegativeComplies
SalmonellaNegativeComplies
StaphylococcusNegativeComplies
AflatoxinsNegativeComplies
StorageStore in dry place with seal and keep away
from moisture and direct sunlight
Genetic modification stateGMO free

Ginger Powder Benefits:

  1. Relieves Upset Stomach

    An upset stomach can be annoying and painful at the same time. Ginger powder has anti-inflammatory properties that help the stomach to neutralise the digestive juices and further stimulates food digestion and absorption, eliminating the excess gas from intestinal tracts.

2. Improves Metabolism

Dry ginger powder contains thermogenic agents that are useful to burn fat. Regular consumption of ginger powder may actually help in boosting your metabolism and burning off the excess fat further helping you lose weight. Make sure to add ginger to your daily diet to aid weight loss.

3. Cure for Motion Sickness or Morning Sickness

Ginger powder is an easy solution for motion sickness and morning sickness in pregnant women. Ginger powder mixed with water is highly effective in preventing nausea. It soothes the stomach and gives relief from inflammation. So, now you know what to try when you have motion or morning sickness.

4. Perfect Aid for Common Cold

The anti-inflammatory gingerols and shaogals present in ginger root help relieve common cold. Consuming it with lukewarm water can have immediate effects on cold and flu. You can also mix ginger powder, clove powder and salt and consume it twice a day for relief.

5. Culinary Benefits of Ginger Powder

Ginger Powder is commonly used in spices and masalas, curries and stews. Other than adding flavor, adding a pinch of this spice in rajma and chhole masala can help prevent excess gas in the stomach.

A cup of masala chai is great for common cold or a sore throat. Mix cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, fennel and ginger powder to make a hot cup of tea.

Dried ginger powder is used to add flavour to ginger candies that help in treating flatulence.

6. Beauty Benefits of Ginger powder

Did you know ginger powder is used in various face packs to prevent acne and pimples? Its anti-inflammatory properties and anti-bacterial properties help to unclog pores and kill acne-causing bacteria. All you need to do is to mix milk and ginger powder and make a smooth paste. Apply it on your face and leave it for about 15-20 minutes. This mask will rejuvenate your skin leaving you with a fresh and youthful glow. You can also make a toner with ginger powder. Boil two teaspoons of ginger powder in four cups of water. Add a few drops of rosemary or lavender essential oil and mix it well. Store it in a glass bottle and refrigerate. It keeps your skin hydrated and reduces dryness.This humble kitchen ingredient has a lot to offer and so, you must make the most of it.

Application:

1. Applied in food field,as the raw material of food, not only nutritious and good for stomach, but aslo have the function of detoxication;

2. Applied in pharmaveutical field, promoting blood circulation and regulating breathing, which will help the metabolism;

3. Applied in cosmetic field, keeping skin speckleless and wrinkleless.