Latest Products Latest Products Tue, 27 Oct 2020 03:04:45 +0530 en-us Garam Masala Sat, 26 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0530 Features : Relives inflammation and pain Enriched with various vitamins and minerals Helps to lower blood sugar level White Pepper Seeds Sat, 26 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0530 Features : Fight infection Reduces excess fluids in body Enriched with antioxidant properties Dried Ginger(Snot) Sat, 26 Sep 2020 00:00:00 +0530 Origin And Distribution :  This tropical plant is a native of India and Malaysia. It is also cultivated in countries, like Japan, Southern China, Nigeria, Jamaica, Sierra Leone and Malaysia. For growth, this plant required warm and humid climate. The optimum altitude for its growth starts from sea level to 1500 mtrs above MSL. The crop required a well distributed rainfall of 150 to 300cm in growing duration and dry spells at the time when land is prepared and crop is to be harvested. This crops grows in all kinds of soil, albeit lateritic loams is the preferred choice for higher yields.Uses  :  Food processing industry uses fresh and dry ginger, oleoresin and ginger oil. It is an important ingredient in confectionery, curry powders, curried meats, cocktail, carbonate drinks, etc. As a stimulant and carminative, it is used in medicine. One can find this ingredient in most indigenous medicines. The oil of ginger is used as a flavourant in soft drinks.Indian Name of Spices : Hindi  -  Adrak Kannada  -  Shunti, Ardraka Bengali  -  Ada Telugu  -  Allamu, Sonthi Urdu  -  Adrak, Adhrak Gujarati  -  Adu Malayalam  -  Inchi Punjabi  -  Adrak Marathi  -  Ale Oriya  -  Ada Sanskrit  -  Ardraka Tamil  -  Inji Foreign Name of Spices  : Spanish  -  Jengibre Swedish  -  Ingefara Arabic  -  Zanjabil French  -  Gingembre German  -  Ingwer Dutch  -  Gember Russian  -  Imbir Japanese  -  Shoga Italian  -  Zenzero Portuguese  -  Gengibre Chinese  -  Chiang