Ginger is a plant whose most known part is its rhizome. Also called kion, grows in the tropical regions of Peru, both for its recognized medicinal properties, and for its culinary use. It belongs to the family of Zingiberáceas, among which turmeric and cardamom are also found.
Ginger is a miraculous root, native to southwestern Asia. Ginger is currently harvested from tropical areas of Peru because of the diversity of its climates.