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Synonyms for galangal

southeastern Asian perennial with aromatic roots

European sedge having rough-edged leaves and spikelets of reddish flowers and aromatic roots

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50, spun with natural ginger oil and crystallised Chinese ginger pieces, with dark chocolate ginger slices.
Distinguished from other joint supplements, Arthro SupReviver contains both vital nutrients for regenerating/repairing cartilage (Glucosamine, Chondroitin, and Hyaluronic Acid) and active natural joint support ingredients from a unique Chinese ginger extract (patent pending).
One intervention study of patients with osteoarthritis found that the group taking a Chinese ginger extract reported lower pain levels compared with patients receiving a placebo; pain relief was similar to that achieved with ibuprofen.
It's an incredibly fresh smell with top notes of Italian bergamot and mandarin, fresh Chinese ginger, living green tea leaves and clean starched shirt blended with rosemary and basil.
It harnesses the power of botanical extracts such as bison grass, Chinese ginger, purslane, plum and green algae.
The Brecon-based company supplied smooth Chinese ginger puree for a pear and ginger drink which was recently launched in the UK, Following the success of the launch, the product development and sales teams at Beacon Foods are currently exploring the potential for supplying the company's wide range of smooth fruit and vegetable purees for other drink products.
Bennett Opie is making two additions to its Chinese ginger range -- Crystallized Ginger Chips for home baking and Ming Ginger, a ready to eat sliced ginger snack.