(Alpinia galanga 10 SEEDS

2,95

(Alpinia galanga 10 SEEDS

2,95

Laos (Alpinia galanga) is a plant, related to ginger. It is also called Thai ginger or galanga. It is a perennial plant from the tropics.

Laos probably originated in Indonesia but is grown in Indochina, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. However, with certainty, the herb was also used in Europe as early as the 12th century: Hildegard of Bingen used it at that time as a medicine for “heart pain.

The root is used as a spice and has a mild ginger flavor. It also has something sharp tending toward pepper and it smells like citrus and pine. It is used fresh, dried or pickled. Laos can be substituted for ginger and a little pepe in recipes

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Laos (Alpinia galanga) is a plant, related to ginger. It is also called Thai ginger or galanga. It is a perennial plant from the tropics.

Laos probably originated in Indonesia but is grown in Indochina, Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia. However, with certainty, the herb was also used in Europe as early as the 12th century: Hildegard of Bingen used it at that time as a medicine for “heart pain.

The root is used as a spice and has a mild ginger flavor. It also has something sharp tending toward pepper and it smells like citrus and pine. It is used fresh, dried or pickled. Laos can be substituted for ginger and a little pepe in recipes

Additional information

Weight 0,0200 kg
USDA zone

Female

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