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Instant Brown Sugar Ginger Tea for Body Warm Up and Prevent Colds,stomachache and Dysmenorrhea

Instant Brown Sugar Ginger Tea for Body Warm Up and Prevent Colds,stomachache and Dysmenorrhea

Chinese instant brown sugar ginger tea for body warm up and prevent colds,stomachache and dysmenorrhea Quick Details Packaging & Delivery

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Ginger Tea





Quick Details of ginger tea products:

raw material: tender ginger


package:1kg-bags,190g-bottled,360gbottled,3g-10gminipacked, 20lbs barrels,20g-30g bags,doypacked, any other package as the clients required.

delivery time:15days

brand: the clients' brand or OEM or our own brand-Future

ginger tea capacity:500 000ctns/month





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Ginger planting farm

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Sewage disposal facility

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How to Grow Ginger in a Pot

If you don’t already have access to a ginger plant, you can purchase a chunk of ginger about the size of your thumb or a little longer. Look for firm, light-colored ginger roots with bumpy little buds at the tips. Organic ginger is preferable, as regular grocery store ginger is treated with chemicals that prevent sprouting. Prepare a deep pot with a drainage hole in the bottom. Keep in mind that the thumb-size chunk may grow into a 36-inch (91 cm.) plant at maturity, so look for a large container. Fill the pot with a loose, rich, well-drained potting medium. Soak the ginger root in a bowl of warm water for several hours or overnight. Then plant the ginger root with the bud pointing up and cover the root with 1 to 2 inches (2.5-5 cm.) of soil. Water lightly. Be patient, as growing ginger in a container takes time. You should see sprouts emerging from the root in two to three weeks. Care for Ginger in Pots Place the container in a warm room where the ginger root is exposed to indirect sunlight. Outdoors, place the ginger plant in a spot that receives morning sun but stays shady during hot afternoons. Water as needed to keep the potting mix moist, but don’t water to the point of sogginess. Fertilize the ginger plant every six to eight weeks, using fish emulsion, seaweed extract or other organic fertilizer.