Ground Cinnamon

Cinnamon is a spice that is used for both sweet and savoury foods. You can also make cinnamon tea from the cinnamon sticks themselves or you can add it as a powder into milk rice.
Idea for consumption
Add it to your chicken meat, lamb or to your breakfast cereals, bread, fruit (especially apples). Cinnamon sticks can also be used for the preservation of vegetables.
Spice with amazing possibilities.

Turmeric Powder

Turmeric powder is a slightly bitter and hot spice. Add turmeric to dishes directly before consumption, thereby preserving the highest amount of active substances. It is added in small quantities.
Idea for consumption
Tea with turmeric: Boil four cups of water, add 1 teaspoon of ground turmeric and leave to boil on moderate heat for 10 minutes. Then strain the tea and, if you wish, add honey and freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Hot spice native to tropical rainforests.

Ginger Powder

Ginger is a hot spice with a heating effect. One cannot imagine Asian cuisine without it. Dried ginger is used for teas. We make extracts and tinctures from it. It is also used in the pharmaceutical industry.
Strength – the pungency of ginger rhizomes depends on how much time the rhizome has spent in the soil and on whether it is used fresh or dry. By drying ginger the pungent taste enhances significantly.
Hot spice with a heating effect.