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Gingers, GALANGAL (Alpinia galanga) Thai Ginger

$5.00$70.00

USES: Food / Spice, Medicinal, Ornamental

The rhizomes are used in various Asian cuisines (for example in Thai and Lao tom yum and tom kha gai soups, Vietnamese Huế cuisine (tre) and throughout Indonesian cuisine, for example, in soto). Though it is related to and resembles ginger, there is little similarity in taste.

Ordering Options:
1 Rooted Rhizome Germplasm | One 8+ oz. Live Rhizome | 1 MFRB (approx 7 lbs.) Live Roots | 1 LFRB (approx 12 lbs.) Live Roots | One Live Plant (approx 12″) | One Live Plant (24-36″)

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Product Description

In its raw form, galangal has a stronger taste than common ginger. They are available as a whole rhizome, cut or powdered. The whole fresh rhizome is very hard, and slicing it requires a sharp knife. A mixture of galangal and lime juice is used as a tonic in parts of Southeast Asia. In the Indonesian language, the greater galangal and lesser galangal are both called lengkuas or laos, while Kaempferia galanga is known as kencur. It is also known as galanggal, and somewhat confusingly galingale, which is also the name for several plants of the unrelated Cyperus genus of sedges (also with aromatic rhizomes). In Thai language, greater galangal is called “ข่า” (kha) or “ข่าใหญ่” (kha yai), while lesser galangal is called “ข่าตาแดง” (kha ta daeng). In Vietnamese, greater galangal is called riềng nếp and lesser galangal is called riềng thuốc.

The word galangal, or its variant galanga, can refer in common usage to four plant species all in the Zingiberaceae (ginger family):

>Alpinia galanga or greater galangal
>Alpinia officinarum or lesser galangal
>Kaempferia galanga, also called kencur, aromatic ginger or sand ginger
>Boesenbergia rotunda, also called Chinese ginger or fingerroot

Galangal data links:
Dave’s Garden – Extension – GooglePubMedSigma AldrichThai Food (for cooking recipes) USDAWikipedia

Plant Germplasm (definition): Any portion of genetic material that can be grown into a live plant. Examples include seeds, stem cuttings (via many methods including air layering), root cuttings, root divisions (multiplication via division), leaf cuttings, leaf fragments (in tissue culture), rooted nodes (vines), “eyes” (offshoots from potato tubers), cacti pieces, etc. The term germplasm can also be used to describe a collection of genetic resources for an organism such as as a seed collection or, for trees, a nursery.

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Synonyms:
Adkham, Alpinetin, Alpinia allughasAlpinia blepharocalyxAlpinia calcarata Roscoe, Alpinia conchigera, alpinia epoxide, Alpinia flabellata,Alpinia formosanaAlpinia galangaAlpinia galanga Wild, Alpínia galangová, Alpinia hainanensisAlpinia henryiAlpinia japonicaAlpinia javanicaAlpinia jianganfengAlpinia katsumadaiAlpinia katsumadai Hayata, Alpinia kumatake Makino, Alpínia liecivá, Alpinia mutica, alpinia nigra, Alpinia nutans, alpinia officinalis, Alpinia officinarumAlpinia officinarum Hance, Alpinia oxyphylla Miquel, Alpinia pupurata,Alpinia rafflesianaAlpinia sanderaeAlpinia smithiaeAlpinia speciosaAlpinia speciosa Schum, Alpinia tonkinensisAlpinia zerumbet, Alpiniae fructus, Alpinija, Arrata, Arattai, baidukou, blepharcalyxins A and B, calyxin H, calyxin I, caodoukou, Cao khuong huong, Cao luong khuong, cardamonin, catarrh root, chewing john, China root, Chinese ginger, colic root, colonia, colony, Da gao liang jiang, daaih gou lèuhng geung, dehydrokawain, Djus rishe, Dok kha, East India catarrh root, East India root, epicalyxin F, epicalyxin H, fingerroot, galanga, galanga maggiore, Galangagyökér, galangal, galangal root, galangarot, galangin, galango, galanki, galgán, galgán lekársky, galgan obecný, galgán veliký, galgán vetší, galgant, galigaan, gao liang, gao liang jiang, garanga, gargaut, gengibre do laos, gengibre tailandés, gettou, ginza, gou lèuhng geung, greater galangal, großer Galgant, grote galanga, havlican, hong dou kou, hùhng dáu kau, India root, jouz rishe, junça ordinária, kacchuramu, kalgan, kalkán, kallengal, khaa, kha ta deng, khaa-ling, khulanjan, kolinjan, koshtkulinjan, kulanja, kulanjam, kulinjan, langkwas, languas speciosa, laos, lengkuas, lengoewas, lesser galangal, lèuhng geung, liang jiang, little john chew, madeng, mot loai gung, nankyo, nootkatol, orchid ginger, pa de gaw gyi, padagoji, palla, pras sva, puar, punnagchampa, rasmi, rasna, red ginger, Renealmia alpinia,Rhizoma Galangae, rieng, rieng nep, romdeng, sannadumparashtramu, saan geung, sga-skya, shall-flower, shan jiang, shellflower, shell ginger, Siamese ginger, siam-Ingwer, small shell ginger, son nai, souchet long, souchet odorant, suur kalganirohi, Thai alpinia galangal, variegated ginger, wild ginger, yakuchinone A, yakuchinone B, Zingiberaceae (family).

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Quantity

1 Rooted Rhizome Germplasm, One 8+ oz. Live Rhizome, 1 MFRB (approx 7 lbs.) Live Roots, 1 LFRB (approx 12 lbs.) Live Roots, One Live Plant (approx 12″), One Live Plant (24-36″)


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