Organic Ginger Powder 30g


One of the most popular herbs around the world, Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is an integral part of Sri Lankan cuisine and traditional Ayurvedic medicine.



One of the most popular herbs around the world, Ginger (Zingiber officinale) is an integral part of Sri Lankan cuisine and traditional Ayurvedic medicine. Ceylonese Ginger has small rhizomes and white fibrous flesh which results in a stronger aroma and flavor which is why Ceylon ginger is used by several world-famous ginger beer brands! A true HEIRLOOM, Ginger has been grown in our spice gardens since 150 AD.  Carefully harvested ginger rhizomes are dug out using wooden sticks and slowly sundried, then powdered and packed fresh into each HEIRLOOM Organic Ceylonese Ginger powder pack.


Brew into a tea, steep in soup, stew, stock and curries. Mix ginger powder with coconut sugar (store airtight after mixing) and sprinkle on baked goods, fruits, waffles, pancakes, hot beverages, cereal, yogurt, or even ice cream! Blend into smoothies and cocktails. Soak overnight oats with a dash of ginger, healthy seeds, and nuts for a zingy awakening breakfast!


Ceylon Ginger is aromatic, pungent and hot with hints of sweetness and zest. Depending on the harvest and season every batch of Ceylon Ginger can vary in color and to a minor degree in taste as it is a natural cottage-industry product that does not use any chemical refining, additives, or preservatives to standardize product like with large-scale commercially grown and heavily processed spices

Ingredient – 100% milled organic Ceylon ginger root
(Zingiber officinale)


Keep airtight in the pantry, away from sunlight and damp. Its potency and flavor remain strong as long as it is stored airtight. With a best before of two years from the manufacture date, Ceylon Ginger remains safe to use for even longer periods as long as it is stored with minimal exposure to light, air, and moisture. This is why HEIRLOOM Ceylon Ginger is packed at the origin, in the very region it is harvested from. This seals the freshness and reduces exposure from day one until the pack is opened by you.

There is nothing else. No refining or coloring. 100% zero-waste, no bi-products. This product is internationally accredited by Control Union; Certified Organic (EU and USDA NOP), ISO and/or HACCP certified.


Ceylon Ginger has many health benefits and used extensively in ayurvedic treatments for chills, indigestion, arthritis, rashes , the common cold and to allay flu symptoms. The ginger rhizome is rich in minerals, vitamins, and over 400 bioactive compounds; Vitamin B3, B6 and C, Iron, Potassium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Zinc, Folate, Riboflavin, Niacin, and many more. These compounds carry antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral and antibacterial properties which have a multitude of benefits. Ginger is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for the body and brain. It’s one of the very few superfoods actually worthy of that term.

    • Restrains oral bacterial growth
    • Soothes and relieves respiratory viral infections
    • Has positive effects in reducing cholesterol levels and high blood sugar levels.
    • Can enhance natural protection against degenerative neural disorders
    • Good for the gut and improves overall digestive health
    • A natural remedy for menstrual cramps

Read more research-based information, here.

Packaging and recycling

30g bag in box. Dispose of the soft plastic bag in the supermarket collection bin. The card box can be disposed of in your recycling bin. The reason we use a clear bag for spices is so you can see the product in the clear window in the front of the box before you buy. The box protects the product by reducing exposure to light thereby protecting the potency of the spice.

Advice when spices are used as a supplement: Most of these ancient spices have flavored our foods for centuries and are safe to consume regularly when used as a spice; a small proportion of ingredient when making foods. It would be very hard to overdose on a spice when it is a minute part of a food recipe. With recent research and articles highlighting the medicinal properties and health attributes of these spices, rather than just consuming it straight away as a supplement, it is always advisable to consult a nutritionist or doctor, if using this product as an ongoing treatment for a health issue. A health care provider may recommend a specific dosage depending on a person’s age, weight, and medical condition.