A mango ginger is used as an Ayurvedic drug because of the health advantages it provides. In fact this orange colored rhizome looks like a ginger but it also has the flavor of a mango. It is rich in medicinal values and it is widely used for the treatment of inflammation, asthma, bronchitis, skin problems and so on.

It is mostly found in different parts of the country but it is cultivated organically in the plantations of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Few of its estates such as the Andaman Plantations are huge and also spread to more than one thousand and two hundred hectares where the proficient farmers grow some of the best fruits, vegetables and spices. Mango ginger is an essential ingredient that is mostly used in preparing sauces, salads, candies, curries, pickles and so on. It is used as an astringent and it is also used to improve the digestion process. It is also used as a medicinal paste and it is effective for healing the wounds, cuts as well as itching. It is also effective for improving the blood circulation by all possible means. The patients who are afflicted with the arthritis disease can use this paste on the joints for quick relief.

Growing this product requires expert care as well as awareness of the planting process. The proficient farmers use the organic techniques of cultivation so that the produce is of huge volume and it is also rich in various nutrients. In fact Andaman Plantations of Andaman and Nicobar Islands cultivate the best quality item that may be used for diverse purposes including antioxidant, antidepressant, and anti-inflammatory agents and so on. Considering the huge popularity of the organic products, the farmers have adopted advanced techniques and devices to grow mango ginger and other crops with a lot of enthusiasm.


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