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Historical Use:


The Zingiber Zerumbet variety of Ginger was carried by Polynesians throughout the islands of the Pacific, from Taiwan where it has always been used by the indigenous population, to Hawaii where it is known as "awapuhi". Zingiber Zerumbet Ginger is used in cooking for flavour, in the treatment of swellings, strains and bruises as a poultice, as a decoction for settling upset stomachs, for toothache as an anaesthetic, for the treament of cuts and sores, and for tinea and ringworm. The clear liquid contents of the cones are used as a shampoo. The parts used are the rhizome, the leaves and the cone.

The Rhizomes of Zingiber Zerumbet-Smith
The rhizome of Z. zerumbet (RZZ), in particular, has been used traditionally as herbal medicine in Asian, Indian, Chinese, and Arabic folklores since ancient times. Despite its regular uses as food flavoring and appetizer in Malays and Indian cuisines, the rhizomes of Z. zerumbet, in particular, have also been used in folkloric medicine as a cure for various ailments. Many reviews have appeared in the literature regarding Z. zerumbet particularly on its medicinal uses. The RZZ, in particular, has been demonstrated to possess anti-inflammatory, antinociceptive, antiulcer, antioxidant, anticancer, antimicrobial, antihyperglycemic, antiallergic, antioxidant, and antiplatelet activities at different doses/concentrations.