Vama Enterprises

Making Indian Spices Global

We deal in the following form of Non Organic Ginger:-

  •  Fresh Ginger procured from various parts of India,
  • Ginger Flakes,
  • Ginger Powder.


For over 5000 years, ginger was revered as the universal medicine by the ancients of China and India and highly sought after by ginger traders.


Ginger is a good source of

  • Magnesium
  • Manganese
  • Copper
  • Vitamin B6


India is the Largest Producer of Ginger i terms of agricultural produce. Ginger not only is used in food but also used in Ayurveda, Medicine, Food, and many other forms.


Below are mentioned some of the Benefits of ginger and also a pictorial representation of the Origin of Ginger.

Benefits from the use of ginger

Ginger and Ayurveda

In India, Ayurvedic texts consider ginger to be one of the most important herbs available, to the extent of describing it as an entire medicine chest in itself. Ayurvedic practitioners prescribe ginger as a powerful digestive aid since it fuels digestive fire, whets the appetite, and clears the body’s micro-circulatory channels. This helps to improve the assimilation and transportation of nutrients to targeted body tissues. Ginger is also used in Ayurveda as a remedy for joint pain, nausea and motion sickness
Some Things to Note
  • Ginger should not be given to children under the age of two
  • In general, adults should not take more than 4 grams of ginger per day, including in cooking
  • Pregnant women should not take more than 1 gram per day
  • You can use dried or fresh ginger root to make ginger tea and drink that two to three times daily
  • To reduce acute inflammation, you can massage the affected area with ginger oil a few times per day
  • Ginger capsules are said to provide better benefits than other forms
  • Ginger can interact with other medications, including blood thinners
  • Always consult a doctor for ginger dosage information and potential side effects for specific issues

Origin and Trade Routes