Growing ginger

Ginger is one of the most beneficial and delicious spices we can use, with countless important medicinal properties that improve health in various ways. gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

It is a rich source of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients, which are responsible for its powerful healing qualities. Namely, 100 grams (about 3.5 ounces) of raw ginger has about: gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

80 calories

17.8 grams carbohydrates

1.8 grams protein

0.7 grams fat

2 grams dietary fiber

415 milligrams potassium (12 percent DV)

0.2 milligrams copper (11 percent DV)

According to Rachael Link, MS, RD:

“The health benefits of ginger are well-documented and ginger has been used across the globe as a natural remedy for thousands of years due to its medicinal properties. In fact, ancient Chinese, Roman, Greek, Arabic and Sanskrit texts have all documented the use of ginger root to help improve health and well-being. gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

However, wouldn’t it be amazing to grow an endless supply o ginger anytime you need, without having to go to the store? gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

It is simple and easy, and here is all you have to do:

Buy ginger roots from a garden center or an online seed catalog, to avoid dangerous chemicals and pesticides. gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

Then, fill a wide and shallow pot with nutrient-rich potting soil. gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

Soak the ginger root in water overnight. In the morning, place the ginger root in the soil, with its buds pointing upward, and make sure it is covered with 2 inches of soil. gardening, home, gardening, home, gardening, home, home

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