White and Pink Sushi Ginger for Japanese Sushi Food 125g/bag
white and pink sushi ginger for Japanese sushi food 125g/bag Quick Details Packaging & Delivery Specifications The earliest sushi ginger manufacturer in Laiwu; The most advanced equipment and technology from Japan; The most excellent production and technical workers; The most professional...
All of our products are from our own ginger planting farm, and now sells to all over the world including Japan, EU, America, Asia and Africa. From last year, we have developed natural sushi ginger and sushi ginger without MSG and Aspartame According to the market demand. We endeavor to offer healthy sushi foods to the people around the world and glad to provide samples.
raw material: tender ginger
certification: BRC, IFS, ISO,HACCP,KOSHER,HALAL,FDA
package:1kg-bags,190g-bottled,360gbottled,3g-10gminipacked, 20lbs barrels,20g-30g bags,doypacked, any other package as the clients required.
brand: the clients' brand or OEM or our own brand-Future
Ginger planting farm
Sewage disposal facility
Ginger foods can help to raise Yang in human body.
Yin and yang are ancient Chinese concepts which can be traced back to the Shang dynasty (1600–1100 BC). They represent two abstract and complementary aspects that every phenomenon in the universe can be divided into. Primordial analogies for these aspects are the sun-facing (yang) and the shady (yin) side of a hill. Two other commonly used representational allegories of yin and yang are water and fire. In the ying-yang theory, detailed attributions are made regarding the yin or yang character of things:
The concept of yin and yang is also applicable to the human body; for example, the upper part of the body and the back are assigned to yang, while the lower part of the body are believed to have the yin character. Yin and yang characterization also extends to the various body functions, and – more importantly – to disease symptoms (e.g., cold and heat sensations are assumed to be yin and yang symptoms, respectively). Thus, yin and yang of the body are seen as phenomena whose lack (or over-abundance) comes with characteristic symptom combinations:
Yin vacuity (also termed "vacuity-heat"): heat sensations, possible night sweats, insomnia, dry pharynx, dry mouth, dark urine, a red tongue with scant fur, and a "fine" and rapid pulse.
Yang vacuity ("vacuity-cold"): aversion to cold, cold limbs, bright white complexion, long voidings of clear urine, diarrhea, pale and enlarged tongue, and a slightly weak, slow and fine pulse.