Bonch Ginger – On the border of North India and South China, ginger began to be cultivated many centuries ago. Ancient Chinese and Indian sages saw in ginger a storehouse of benefits for the human body and spirit. Ginger helped to fight and served as a prevention of many diseases. It is believed that in India and China the plague did not rage on such a scale as in Europe, despite the high population density, precisely because of the frequent use of ginger in these countries. Ginger is noted in the writings of Confucius and Indian Ayurveda. It became a godsend for sailors. In addition to the fact that he saved from scurvy, he also treated seasickness. In ancient Egypt, ginger was used as a currency, it was fabulously expensive, only very rich people could afford it as a spice.
As noted in antiquity, the aroma of ginger has the property of enhancing attraction, promotes emancipation. It was added to love potions, candied, and it became a traditional treat for concubines in the harem. In Russia, ginger was also popular: gingerbread was baked with it, it was canned in molasses with watermelons, marinated, added to sbitni, kvass, liqueurs and mash. Ginger has been valued everywhere for its unique citrus-sage aroma. Bright, warming, sparkling taste leaves no one indifferent.
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