Ginger has its origins in India and China and by the 14th century was the most common spice after pepper. It is widely used in Western baking in gingerbreads, cakes, and biscuits. It shouldn't be overlooked to flavor fish, poultry, meat, vegetable and noodle dishes.
Traditional Healers use it for a wide variety of ailments including treating poor circulation, flatulence, indigestion, and muscle aches.
2.0 oz Ground - $5.95
4.0 oz Ground - $7.95