The tuber that packs a punch
A firework display of ingredients
The root of the ginger plant contains more than 160 different ingredients, including vitamins and minerals. The spiciness of ginger - the gingerols and shogaols - is exclusive to ginger. The gingerols and shogaols are found in no other plant. And this is why the name "gingerol" is derived from the name of the plant zingiber/gingiber.

Its typical flavour, spicily aromatic and hot, is thanks to precisely these pungent bodies and the rich spectrum of essential oils.

Cultivation
The ginger plant (Latin name zingiber/gingiber officinale) belongs to the botanic family of the ginger plants and was originally native to Asia. Today, ginger is grown in many tropical areas around the world. Only the root of the ginger plant is processed, the so-called ginger rhizome – what we call the "ginger tuber".
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Dr. Muche's liquid ginger - exclusive from your chemist
Dr. Muche's liquid ginger - exclusive from your chemist
Dr. Muche's liquid ginger - exclusive from your chemist