Ginger is a knobby, multiple branched vegetable found in many different shapes and sizes. The skin ranges in color from light to dark tan, and is semi-rough with occasional callouses and rings ridged along the surface. Underneath the skin, the flesh is firm, fibrous, and ranges in color from yellow to brown. It’s also highly fragrant with a warm, woody scent. When fresh, Ginger is juicy and crunchy with a pungent, spicy, and slightly sweet taste. Ginger is well-known for its use in treating nausea and indigestion and contains anti-inflammatory properties. Ginger contains terpenes and an oleo-resin, lymph-cleanser, circulation-stimulator, and induce perspiration to cleanse the body of toxins. It also contains vitamin C, potassium, fiber, and some iron.