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Ginger | Essential Oil (10ml)

This oil is known as aphrodisiac and general tonic. It is also known for its help in case of motion sickness. Its fresh and spicy scent goes well with citrus fruits.

Ginger essential oil is derived from the fresh rhizome of the ginger plant—the subterranean stalk of a plant that shoots out the root system. Ginger is a featured ingredient in many Asian dishes. When used as a kitchen spice, Ginger has a unique flavor that is zesty and sweet.

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  • Botanical name: zingiber officinale
  • Origin: Cambodia
  • Processing method: Steam Distilled

$12.50

Ginger | Essential Oil (10ml)

This oil is known as aphrodisiac and general tonic. It is also known for its help in case of motion sickness. Its fresh and spicy scent goes well with citrus fruits.

Ginger essential oil is derived from the fresh rhizome of the ginger plant—the subterranean stalk of a plant that shoots out the root system. Ginger is a featured ingredient in many Asian dishes. When used as a kitchen spice, Ginger has a unique flavor that is zesty and sweet.

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  • Botanical name: zingiber officinale
  • Origin: Cambodia
  • Processing method: Steam Distilled

$12.50

Ginger Essential Oil or Ginger Root Oil is derived from the root of the Zingiber officinale herb, better known as Ginger, which is named after the Greek word “zingiberis” meaning “horn shaped.” This flowering perennial belongs to the plant family that includes Turmeric and Cardamom and is native to the south of China; however, its growth has spread to other parts of Asia, India, the Moluccas – also known as the Spice Islands, West Africa, Europe, and the Caribbean.

For thousands of years, Ginger Root has been used in folk medicine for its ability to soothe inflammation, fevers, colds, respiratory discomforts, nausea, menstrual complaints, upset stomachs, arthritis, and rheumatism.

The health benefits of Ginger Oil are the same as that of the herb from which it originates, with the oil even being considered to be more beneficial due to its higher Gingerol content, a constituent that is mostly reputable for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

With a warm, sweet, woody, and spicy scent that has an energizing effect, especially when used in aromatherapy, Ginger Oil has earned the nickname “The Oil of Empowerment” for the feeling of confidence that it is known to inspire.

  • – Enhance concentration
  • Soothing and reducing the feelings of stress, sadness, anxiety, lethargy, agitation, dizziness, and fatigue
  • It Inhibiting the signs of skin damage and aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines
  • Facilitate the elimination of toxins and boost digestion
  • Eases discomforts associated with the stomach and bowel, including flatulence, diarrhea, spasms, dyspepsia, stomach ache, and colic.

Ginger Essential Oil is known to inhibit cellular oxidation that is responsible for skin damage and signs of aging.

  • Rejunevate face mask (DIY)

To create a toning and nourishing face mask with softening, illuminating, and even aphrodisiac qualities, thoroughly combine 5 drops Ginger Essential Oil, 2 Tbsp. Raw Organic Honey, and 1 Tsp. Lemon Juice, then refrigerate the mixture for 30 minutes. Apply this blend to the face like a mask and leave it on for 30 minutes before rinsing it off with cool water. This mask is known to have a rejuvenating effect on the complexion.

  • Hair soothing mask and shampoo tips (DIY)

To naturally and effectively sooth a scalp afflicted with dandruff, 2 drops of Ginger Essential Oil can be added to a regular natural shampoo. For an anti-dandruff Ginger Oil hair mask, combine 10 drops Ginger Essential Oil, 5 drops Extra Virgin coconut Oil and 1 tsp. Lemon Juice. Massage this anti-septic hair blend into the scalp and leave it on for 15-30 minutes before rinsing it out with a regular mild shampoo. This treatment can be repeated three times a week to prevent a dry and itchy scalp and to stimulate hair growth.

  • Used in medicinal applications:

Ginger Oil eliminates bacterial infections on the skin with its antiseptic property. To avert or treat topical infections, dilute 1-3 drops of Ginger Essential Oil in 1 tsp. of Coconut Carrier Oil – or any other carrier oil of personal preference – and gently massage it into the affected area.

  • To soothe sore muscles, headaches, backaches, and menstrual cramps:

Simply dilute 2-3 drops of Ginger Essential Oil in 3 table spoon of milk powder and add in a bathtub filled with water that is comfortably warm rather than hot, as the oil itself has warming properties. Soak in this Ginger Oil-infused bath until the water cools. This also alleviates inflammation while soothing the digestive system to enhance its function.

  • Improve sleep, libido and your mood :

Diffuse 2-3 drops of Ginger Oil in a diffuser of personal preference can improve a negative mood and low libido. By facilitating the onset of sleep and improving sleep quality, diffusing Ginger Oil is known to benefit those suffering from insomnia. It is also believed to enhance energy levels by inspiring positive and hopeful feelings and promoting a balanced and grounded mindset.

  • Calming and uplifting Blend:

For a calming and heartening diffuser blend with a tropical nuance that releases anxiety, fatigue, and sadness, combine and diffuse 3 drops Ginger Essential Oil, 2 drops Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, and 2 drops green tangerine Essential Oil.

  • Cold and Flu blend:

For a diffuser blend that eases congestion and irritation of the respiratory tract by reducing mucus and inflammation, simply combine 2 drops each of the following essential oils before adding the mixture to a diffuser, based on the amount indicated by the diffuser: Ginger, Tea Tree, peppermint, and Eucalyptus. This blend also eases stress, balances the hormones, and alleviates symptoms of allergies.

  • Nausea reliever blend:

To soothe nausea and an upset stomach, blend and diffuse 3 drops Ginger Essential Oil, 3 drops Grapefruit Essential Oil, and 2 drops Peppermint Essential Oil.

  • Do not use during the first 3 months of pregnancy.
  • Possible skin irritation; always use diluted on the skin. 
  • Keep away from children.
  • Avoid contact with the eyes.
  • Some natural compounds contained in this essential oil may present a risk of allergy for sensitive individuals when the essential oil is incorporated into a cosmetic composition: geraniol, citronnellol, limonene, eugenol, linalool, citral (geranial and neral).
  • As a general guideline, make a test application of your preparation, in the fold of the elbow, at least 48 hours before using it.

 

  • WARNING: These properties, indications and methods of use are taken from reference books or websites in aromatherapy. This informations are given for informative purposes, they do not represent any medical advice, or involve our responsibility. For any use in a therapeutic purpose, consult a doctor.

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