Also known as:
Kulanjan, Sugandha Vachi, Sangandam tittiram, Peddadumparashtram
Galangal is the dried rhyzome of the plant used as an herb. It belongs to the rhizome family and is also known as 'Saimese Ginger'.
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Galangal is commonly used in Southeast Asian cuisine, especially Thai dishes like curries, stews, satays, soups and sauces.
Galangal contains anti-inflammatory properties and is used in the treatment of arthritis. It's a rich source of Iron, Sodium and Vitamins.
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