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Old varieties of ginger are made using traditional farming methods and pharmacological production concepts.

Steaming and drying for nine times removes the spicy taste of ginger and turns it into a light ginger aroma.



mountain planting

Fertile soil

clean environment


Preserving tradition

The art of ginger making. She (the ginger maker) has been following her Yao father into the mountains to collect herbs, dry them and make ginger since she was a teenager.

Yaoshan is an alpine mountainous area, and the demand for ginger is strong every year.

Influenced by her father, she practiced Yao medicine, which historically relied solely on oral communication, teaching, and symptoms due to the absence of a written language among the Yao people, forming a unique medical system within their culture.

She continued to pass on the ancient medicine The method is “nine steaming and nine drying”. With more than 50 years of experience in ginger production, she pays great attention to the requirements of raw materials. There is often a rush to buy ginger in the market, so she insists on growing and processing ginger in the mountains.

Villagers in the mountains still practice “slash-and-burn” farming, clearing mountains to weed and using wood ash as fertilizer. After ginger completes its growth cycle, it will be stored in underground cellars for more than 100 days. Traditional cellaring gives ginger a second life. Ginger stored in a cellar is referred to as the “ginger mother”.

It takes 2 to 3 hours to steam the ginger mother once after slicing it, and then lay it flat in the sun to expose it to the sun for a whole day, and wait until it is dry to continue steaming the next time. Repeat nine times, the ginger will change from yellow to brown, and the volume will become smaller and smaller. After grinding into ginger powder, you need to carefully sift out the coarse ginger fiber. 10kg of ginger will make approximately 800g of ginger powder. This project will take approximately half a month to complete.

One of the basic reasons why we chose it is that the craftsmen and craftswomen who made it have integrated their entire life into focusing on one thing.

For your health

Ancient ginger tea benefits women during menstruation by balancing yin and yang, relieving cold and dampness.

Ginger slices in the tea encourage sweating and detoxify the body, while brown sugar boosts energy and stabilizes blood sugar levels.

The tea promotes blood circulation and helps facilitate smooth menstrual discharge.

It aids in regulating menstruation, providing relief from irregular periods and dysmenorrhea.


Start your day with a cup of ginger mother balance agent in hot water to invigorate the body's core and boost vitality.

When you get up in the morning, drink ginger mother balance agent with hot water to warm the middle part of the body, which can stimulate body vitality and increase body temperature. Traditionally, ginger powder is soaked in honey to be consumed when you have a sore throat. When you feel like you are about to catch a cold, drink a cup of ginger powder with water and your physical condition will improve immediately.

The right to food

The right to food, and its variations, is a human right protecting the right of people to feed themselves in dignity, implying that sufficient food is available, that people have the means to access it, and that it adequately meets the individual’s dietary needs.

Usage Method


Take 1~2g, pour boiling water, add organic brown sugar and stir.

*You can also add honey, but the taste will be better after the boiled brown sugar is blended with the ginger mother powder

Additional information

Weight 0.5 lbs

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