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Ginger is a tropical herbaceous perennial plant belonging to the Zingiberaceae family. This botanical family is rich in aromatic plants such as turmeric and cardamom among others.

Ginger consists of a subterranean part, called the rhizome, which is knotty and branched, and an aerial part made up of leaves and a stem about one meter tall.

The rhizome, which has yellow pulp on the inside, serves as a reserve for the plant and ensures its survival.


Ginger has been used for almost 5000 years in traditional Chinese medicine. Called Shen Fiang in Chinese, this tropical plant was used to protect the body against diseases associated with cold and humidity.

But ginger can be found just about everywhere: Persia, Egypt, Greece, Rome, France and even England, where a bowl of ginger had its place on Henry VIII's table.


The Kiotis laboratory has demonstrated, through in vitro scientific tests, the regenerating properties of Ginger Essential Oil on the skin by stimulating cell renewal.

It acts on the surface to make the skin smooth and more homogeneous, and deep down to prevent the signs of ageing.

Did you know?

Ginger, originally from Asia, has been an essential plant in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for several centuries. It was traditionally used in Asia for its digestive and stimulating aphrodisiac properties.

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