PT. PANGESTU ANAM BERSAMA
EXPORTING ORNAMENTAL PLANTS
Ginger

This type of ginger is also referred to as big yellow ginger and rhinoceros ginger because it tends to be larger and yellowish in size. The rhizome is thick and large, and the cross section is yellowish, fibrous, and soft.

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Some of the benefits of Elephant Ginger include:

• Maintain endurance

• Maintain healthy skin

• Prevent nausea, especially during pregnancy

• Relieves muscle soreness.

 

BLACK PEPPER

Black pepper is one of the spices most often used in making daily food. Made from ground pepper, black pepper has a spicy and tangy taste that can make food taste even more delicious. Not only useful as a food flavor enhancer, but black pepper can also provide many health benefits thanks to its bioactive compound, namely piperine. Piperine is a natural alkaloid that gives black pepper its pungent taste, which gives the spice its health benefits. Piperine is considered a type of antioxidant that can help reduce the risk of several chronic diseases. Examples include atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, and neurological conditions.

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Nutrients contained in Black Pepper

In 1 tablespoon of black pepper there are 17 calories and various nutrients such as:

• Vitamin K 12 mg

• Vitamin A 38 IU

• Phosphorus 11 mg

• Potassium 90 mg

• Calcium 30 mg

• Protein 0.7 grams

• Carbohydrates 4.5 grams

• Fiber 1.8 grams

Some of the benefits of black pepper:

1. High in antioxidants

2. Has anti-inflammatory properties

3. Very for the digestive system

4. Can control blood sugar levels

5. Strengthen body immunity

 

LIME

Lime or which in Latin is Citrus aurantifolia has been known for a long time as a plant that is rich in benefits. Before discussing the benefits of lime for health, it's a good idea to know in advance what substances are contained in 100 grams of lime.

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          44 calories of energy

    Protein 0.5 grams

    Fat 0.2 grams

    10 grams of carbohydrates

    Fiber 0.4 grams

    Calcium 18 milligrams

    Phosphorus 22 milligrams

    Iron 0.2 milligrams

    Sodium 3 milligrams

    Potassium 108.9 milligrams

    Copper 0.06 milligrams

    Zinc 0.1 milligrams

    Beta carotene 23 micrograms

    Thiamine (Vitamin B1) 0.01 micrograms

    Riboflavin (Vitamin B2) 0.03 micrograms

    Niacin (Vitamin B3) 0.2 micrograms

    Vitamin C 20 micrograms


    Benefits of lime for health

    1. Can boost immunity

    The content of vitamin C in limes can help boost immunity. will increase the production of healthy cells to kill disease-causing microbes, thus shortening the length of time you are sick. Apart from vitamin C, limes are also a source of antioxidants to strengthen the immune system by defending cells from damage caused by free radicals.

    2. Smooth digestion

    Lime juice is acidic and can help saliva (saliva) break down food. In addition, the content of flavonoids in lime juice can stimulate the release of digestive enzymes. If you have constipation, the acidic nature of limes can stimulate your bowel movements. This helps the food waste in the stomach to be pushed down more easily.

    3. Overcoming respiratory tract disorders

    The well-known efficacy of lime is to help overcome coughing attacks and thin phlegm in the throat. Lime can reduce pain due to coughing because of the content of vitamin C and essential oils in the fruit flesh. The oil extract of lime peel, which contains kaempferol and flavonoids, has anti-congestive properties and is often used in inhalers, balms, and steamers.

    4. Reducing the risk of getting cancer

    The content of limonoids in lime acts as an antidote to free radicals in the body so that it can reduce the risk of several types of cancer such as leukemia, stomach cancer, and colon cancer.

    5. Lose weight

    The content of citric acid in lime can facilitate digestion and increase the body's metabolic rate. The acceleration of the metabolic rate has an impact on burning more calories. Furthermore, this increased body metabolism will reduce fat storage.

    6. Prevent diabetes

    The high levels of fiber contained in limes can lower blood sugar levels and regulate the absorption of sugar into the bloodstream. This can help reduce the risk of spikes in blood sugar for diabetics. Not only that, but limes also have a low glycemic index, which is a measure used to determine how much food can affect blood sugar levels.

    7. Maintain skin health

    Lime has a number of ingredients that can help maintain healthy skin, from vitamin C which is important for the formation of collagen, to antioxidants which help fight signs of aging. A study in rats found that drinking lime juice had a positive effect on signs of aging, including by reducing wrinkles and increasing collagen production. In fact, the benefits of lime for the face are not only to reduce the signs of aging, but also to help brighten the skin, relieve acne, shrink pores, and remove dead skin.

WHITE PEPPER
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White pepper is the seed of the Piper nigrum plant which is processed into a spice. Although white pepper has a slightly different taste from black or red pepper due to the different degrees of ripeness, its nutritional content and benefits are nearly identical. Here is some information about the nutritional levels and benefits of white pepper:

White pepper nutritional content: 

• Carbohydrates: White pepper contains small amounts of carbohydrates.

• Fiber: This herb contains dietary fiber, although the amount is not very high.

• Protein: White pepper contains protein in small amounts.

• Fat: Fat in white pepper is also present in small quantities.

• Vitamins and minerals: This herb contains several vitamins and minerals, such as vitamin C, vitamin K, and manganese in significant amounts.

Benefits of white pepper:

1. Improves digestion: White pepper has digestive-stimulating properties that can help increase the production of saliva and digestive enzymes. This can help reduce digestive problems such as bloating, flatulence and constipation.

2. Anti-inflammatory effects: White pepper contains phytochemical compounds that have anti-inflammatory properties. These compounds can help reduce inflammation in the body and relieve symptoms such as joint pain and inflammation of the respiratory tract.

3. Antimicrobial properties: Compounds in white pepper have antimicrobial and antifungal properties, which can help fight the growth of bacteria and fungi in the body.

4. Antioxidant effect: White pepper contains compounds like flavonoids and polyphenols, which have antioxidant properties. Antioxidants help fight free radicals in the body that can cause cell damage and various health problems.

5. Increased absorption of nutrients: Consumption of white pepper can help increase the absorption of nutrients in the body, especially the absorption of nutrients such as B vitamins and carotenoids from other foods that are consumed together.

Although white pepper has various health benefits, it is important to consume it wisely and in moderation. Too much consumption of white pepper can cause side effects such as stomach irritation or indigestion. If you have certain health conditions or are taking medications, it is advisable to consult a medical professional before adding white pepper to your diet.

TURMERIC
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Turmeric, also known as Curcuma longa, is a spice that has been used in traditional medicine for thousands of years. Turmeric contains an active compound called curcumin, which gives it its characteristic yellow color and has many health benefits. The following is information about the nutritional levels and benefits of turmeric:

Turmeric nutritional content (per 100 grams):

• Calories: 354

• Carbohydrates: 64.9 grams

• Fiber: 21 grams

• Protein: 7.8 grams

• Fat: 9.9 grams

• Vitamin C: 0.7 mg

• Iron: 41.42 mg

• Calcium: 168 mg

• Potassium: 2525 mg

• Magnesium: 193 mg

Benefits of turmeric:

1. Anti-inflammatory properties: The curcumin in turmeric has strong anti-inflammatory properties, which can help reduce inflammation in the body and relieve symptoms of inflammatory diseases such as arthritis.

2. Antioxidant: Curcumin also acts as a powerful antioxidant. It helps protect cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals and may help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease, cancer, and neurodegenerative diseases.

3. Improves digestion: Turmeric has been used traditionally to help improve digestion. Compounds in turmeric can stimulate bile production, increase muscle contractions in the digestive tract, and reduce symptoms of indigestion such as bloating and gas.

4. Liver health support: Turmeric can help maintain liver health by stimulating the production of detoxifying enzymes, reducing inflammation, and protecting the liver from damage.

5. Anticancer potential: Curcumin in turmeric has shown anticancer activity in several preclinical studies. It can inhibit cancer cell growth, stimulate apoptosis (cancer cell death), and inhibit the formation of blood vessels that support tumor growth.

6. Anti-aging benefits: Curcumin can help fight signs of aging by protecting the skin from oxidative damage, reducing inflammation, and increasing collagen production.

It is important to note that turmeric is usually consumed in small amounts as part of the diet or as a supplement. The curcumin in turmeric has low bioavailability, which means that it is difficult for the body to absorb and use most of the curcumin consumed. To increase the absorption of curcumin, turmeric is often combined with piperine (a compound in black pepper) or oil or cooked with healthy fats.

AROMATIC GINGER (KENCUR)
Aromatic Ginger

The kencur plant (Aromatic Ginger) contains substances that are anti-pain and anti-inflammatory. When the body experiences inflammation or pain, then you can use kencur as an effort to relieve it. Kencur has often been used to relieve pain from headaches, toothaches, and arthritis.

Kencur, also known as Kaempferia galanga, is a popular medicinal plant in Southeast Asia. Rhizome kencur, the part of the plant used, contains nutrients and active compounds that provide health benefits. The following is information about the nutritional content and benefits of Kencur:

Kencur nutritional content (per 100 grams):

• Calories: 67

• Carbohydrates: 14.08 grams

• Fiber: 2.5 grams

• Protein: 1.88 grams

• Fat: 0.55 grams

• Vitamin C: 4.4 mg

• Iron: 1.23 mg

• Calcium: 20 mg

• Potassium: 267 mg

• Magnesium: 27 mg

Benefits of kencur:

1. Anti-inflammatory properties: Kencur contains compounds such as gingerols and zingeron which have anti-inflammatory properties. This can help reduce inflammation in the body and relieve symptoms such as pain and swelling.

2. Improves digestion: Kencur has been used traditionally to stimulate digestion and relieve digestive problems such as nausea, bloating, and other digestive disorders.

3. Antioxidants: Kencur contains phenolic compounds and flavonoids which act as antioxidants. It helps protect body cells from oxidative damage caused by free radicals.

4. Antimicrobial: Kencur has antimicrobial properties that can help fight the growth of bacteria and fungi, helping to maintain the health of the respiratory tract and immune system.

5. Anti-cancer benefits: Several studies have shown that compounds in kencur can have anti-cancer effects by inhibiting the growth of cancer cells and triggering apoptosis (cancer cell death).

6. Immune system support: Kencur contains compounds that can boost the immune system, help fight infections, and improve overall health.

Kencur is usually consumed in the form of extracts, herbal drinks, or as a spice in cooking. However, it is important to note that kencur consumption must be within reasonable limits and in accordance with the recommendations of nutritionists or medical professionals, especially for those who have certain health conditions or are currently taking medication.