One of the most popular herbs in both Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine and Asian Medicine, ginger rhizomes have been used as a spice, flavouring and medicine for centuries. The characteristic hot flavour of ginger comes from the zingerone resins and the hints of citrus fragrance come from the citral and cineol. Ginger is a relative of turmeric and as such both share similar benefits. Even though its Sanskrit name Sringavera means “antler- shaped root,” in Ayurveda it is known as ”Vishwabhesaj,” which means “the universal medicine” and as such is considered to have a wide range of benefits for all three constitutions. This balancing herb supports many systems of the body. According to the energetic principles of Ayurveda, Ginger is pungent and sweet in the Rasa taste energy and heating in action according to Virya. Although it is considered a heating herb, in small amounts it will not aggravate Pitta, however those with extremely high Pitta should avoid high amounts of Ginger.As one of nature’s most revered botanticals, Ginger has been used for centuries as an important herbal remedy in Ayurvedic Medicine. Organic Traditions Full-Spectrum Ginger is the most incredible form of the herb you have ever experienced. The proprietary full spectrum process gently extracts the full array of phytonutrients offering the complete signature of the herb in its most potent and pure form. No harsh chemicals, solvents or high heat are used in the process ensuring optimal stability and the complete profile of protective therapeutic benefits as nature intended. This free-flowing soluble powder can be taken as is or added to any beverage, smoothie or recipe, with only ⅛-¼ of a teaspoon.Key Features and Benefits: Certified Organic, Gluten-Free, Vegan, Non-GMOPungent and sweet taste profileStimulating, Warming Ayurvedic TonicNo added flavors, fillers, preservatives, additives, sweeteners, stabilizers or excipientAdd ⅛-¼ of a teaspoon to 8-16 oz. of water, coconut water, any beverage or a smoothieFor use as a general, daily tonic: Use ⅛-¼ of a teaspoon once or twice daily. Sensitive individuals may want to start with only 1/8th of a teaspoon once daily and assess the results.