Ginger has so many health benefits as contributions to gastronomy, which is also known as “the miraculous root.”
And is that in addition to flavoring our meals also brings health benefits.
Ginger tea can be a good pain reliever, it activates the digestive juices if you eat a piece before each meal and helps with the incorporation of nutrients.
It reduces nausea when accompanied with a spoonful of honey, prevents cramps, prevents cardiovascular disease and colon and ovarian cancer.
With all these benefits, it would not be a bad thing to be able to make sure that you have a ginger production to keep on hand at all times and what better than to learn to grow it to keep it fresh at home.
When buying a planting ginger, it is important to see that it has no wrinkles, is not soft and has no mold.
The container should be at least 25cm deep and should be wide. The land used should be soft, fluffy and should not have compact pieces of soil, otherwise it would not prevent good water drainage. Inside the earth must include a part of earthworm humus.
Ginger needs a lot of moisture, so you should avoid direct sun so that new shoots do not dry out.
If the ginger you bought has no shoots, it does not matter, just place it in a bowl with water and leave it all night or moisten it and put it in a plastic bag for several days until the outbreaks arise. But if the ginger already has an outbreak you can plant it directly.
It’s nothing complicated. Ginger should not be buried heavily and shoots should be seen on the surface.
Remember to stay in a warm environment but not just direct and must always be wet.
You can begin to cut it when its leaves turn a yellowish color, something that they can notice like the tenth month.