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Is organic ginger better?

Organic ginger is often considered better than conventionally grown ginger for several reasons. For starters, organic ginger is grown devoid of synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides. This essentially means that it’s not laden with harmful chemicals that might pose health concerns to the consumers or the environment.
Secondly, Organic ginger contains higher nutrients than conventionally grown ginger. A number of studies show that organically farmed ginger has high levels of certain nutrients such as antioxidants and Vitamin C.
Last but not least, organically farmed ginger supports sustainable agriculture. Organic farming supports the well-being of local farmers as well as the community at large. That said, people have different tastes and preferences. There are those who prefer organic ginger and those who only buy or consume conventionally grown ginger for whatever reasons. The goal should be to consume ginger that is fresh, farmed organically, and harvested safely.

What are the benefits of drinking organic ginger?

Organic ginger is a versatile vegetable and can be used for baking and cooking, as well as a natural medicine for various health issues. Organic ginger can be available in different forms such as fresh, powdered, dried, or as a juice. Drinking organic ginger can have various health benefits including:
Has medicinal properties: Organic ginger contains gingerol, which helps to reduce nausea, helps in digestion, and helps fight the common cold and flu. Gingerol also has antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects which help to reduce oxidative stress.
Help with weight loss: Drinking organic ginger can help with weight loss and obesity. Ginger can also lower cholesterol levels.
Helps fight infections: Organic ginger contains antioxidants that help fight dangerous viruses and bacteria and reduces the risk of getting infections.
May help prevent cancer: Organic ginger has a gingerol compound, which can help prevent cancer.

Which Ginger Is The Healthiest?

It is important to note that all types of ginger are considered healthy irrespective of whether they are fresh or dried. That said, some types of ginger are deemed to be more potent or might have a higher level of certain compounds than others. Here are common types of ginger.
1. Fresh ginger: Without a doubt, this is the most commonly used type of ginger commonly used in cooking or as a natural remedy for a number of ailments. Fresh ginger typically contains a potent anti-inflammatory compound as well as contains high levels of gingerol.
2. Dried ginger: Dried ginger is a result of drying fresh ginger and subsequently grinding it into a powder. Dried ginger is commonly used as a spice in cooking and contains high levels of gingerol.
3. Pickled ginger: Pickled ginger is generally made by soaking fresh ginger in a mixture of vinegar, salt, and sugar and is often served as a condiment with sushi and other Japanese dishes. Pickled ginger contains many health-promoting compounds.
In light of the above, fresh ginger is considered to be more potent and as such considered the healthiest type of ginger due to its high levels of gingerol. However, all types of ginger provide you with some form of health benefits, and as such, you shouldn’t hesitate to incorporate them into your diet.