Ginger Powder

Ginger Powder

Most herbal medicines that you'll find in the market will have a hint of ginger powder in it. For centuries, Ayurveda has used ginger root for everything- form treating digestive issues to headaches, but only recently scientists have been able to recognize its clinical and medicinal properties. Dry ginger powder is widely used in the kitchen to add flavor and aroma.
Dry Ginger powder is also known as Sonth in Hindi, Sonti in Telugu, Soonth in Gujarati, Suntha in Marathi and Shunti in Kannada. The powder is extracted from the ginger root which is dried.
Advantages Of Ginger Powder:-An upset stomach can be annoying and painful at the same time. Ginger 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.
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.Dried ginger powder is used to add flavour to ginger candies that help in treating flatulence. 

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  •  1.Dry Ginger powder is also known as (Sonth/Soonth/Saunth) in Hindi, 'Sonti' in Telugu, (Chukku or Sukku) in Tamil, 'Chukku' in Malayalam, 'Shunti' in Kannada, 'Sonth' in Bengali, 'Soonth' in Gujarati and 'Suntha' in Marathi.
    2.This comes from fresh ginger that is dried before being used. It is a fine off-white powder that has a strong aroma and pungent flavour.
    3.This is mostly easy to store and has a long shelf life of a year. Find out here what are the benefits of dry ginger powder.
    4.Dried ginger powder is commonly used in spices and masalas, curries and stews.
    5.Other than adding flavor, adding a pinch of this spice in rajma and chhole masala can help prevent excess gas in the stomach.