Ginger Essential Oil

$24.50

Ginger

Botanical Name: Gingiber Officinale; Family Zingiberaceae

Stimulating

  • Improves circulation
  • Relieves digestive Problems
  • Fevers, coughs and colds
  • Reduces Morning and Motion Sickness

Historical and Traditional Uses

For thousand of years European, Chinese and Ayuvedic herbalists, have prescribed it for its therapeutic properties. They considered it a warming herb that will benefit the whole body.

Used to improve general circulation and heart function, for cold hands and feet, to improve digestion and relieve heartburn, flatulence, morning sickness and travel sickness. Ginger also offers effective relief from the symptoms of muscular pain, rheumatism and arthritis.

Very well used to help reduce a fever and the symptoms of a cough, cold, excess mucous, sinusitis, hay fever and sore throats. Having a stimulating warming effect on the lungs it is used in aromatherapy for bronchitis, asthma and other lung problems. Oriental herbalists used it to relieve lower back pain caused by fatigue because of its positive effect on the kidneys.

 

Aromatherapy

Strengthening, warming and stimulating it helps us to create initiative, manifest our dreams and plans and act now! In Chinese medicine it is considered a yang or masculine energy, so it will aid our clarity regarding our worries and goals and encourage us to move forward into action, leaving apathy and confusion behind.

 

Suggested Uses

  1. Inhalation: Aroma diffuser, Steam Inhalation
  2. Bath or compress
  3. Add to massage oil or moisturiser and apply directly to affected area

 

Aroma: Warm, spicy and oriental
Note: Base

Status: Organic
Chakra:
Solar Plexus
Origin:

Method of extraction: CO2 Extraction

SKU: GING10 Category:

Description

Ginger

Organic, Pure, CO2 Extracted

Aroma

This aromatic golden oil embodies a warm, rich, spicy aroma with sweet floral undertones, yet with a light top note similar to lemon. It imbibes memories of warm humid tropical nights, relaxing company and warm memories.

Heat extraction will “burn” and alter the perfume, medicinal qualities and strength. To deliver the best quality oil we have used a CO2 expression, instead of the conventional steam distillation. This means the oil is extracted under pressure rather than heat, therefore ensuring an aroma that has the exact sweet, fresh perfume as newly harvested ginger root.

Aromatherapy

Strengthening, warming and stimulating it helps us to create initiative, manifest our dreams and plans and act now! In Chinese Traditional Medicine it is considered a yang, or masculine energy, so it will aid clarity regarding our worries and goals and encourage us to move forward into action, leaving apathy and confusion behind. In Ayuvedic Medicine it is believed to support and balance the Solar Plexus Chakra and help us digest new ideas.

Having a stimulating warming effect on the lungs it is used in aromatherapy for bronchitis, asthma and other lung problems.

Aroma: Oriental Note: Base Chakra: Solar plexus

Historical and Traditional Uses

Used for thousand of years by European, Chinese and Ayuvedic Traditional Herbalists for its therapeutic properties it was considered a warming herb and as such will benefit the whole body. Commonly included in tonics for general circulation and heart function, for cold hands and feet, to improve digestion and relieve heartburn, flatulence, morning sickness and travel sickness.

Ginger also offers effective relief from the symptoms of muscular pain, rheumatism, and arthritis and lower back pain caused by fatigue because of its positive effect on the kidneys. And to relieve the symptoms of; fevers, coughs, colds, flu, excess mucous, sinusitis, hay fever and sore throats.

Harmonious Blends

Aroma: Oriental

Floral, citrus, spicy, woody

Lemon, lemongrass, orange, patchouli, Rose, Rose Geranium, Lotus, Neroli, Ylang ylang Lavender, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, Fir needle, Sandalwood, Black pepper, Himalayan Cedar wood, Cinnamon, Nutmeg

Mode of Administration

External:

Medicinal balms, massage oil, bath, cream, body and face moisturisers, perfumes and compress.

Inhalation:

Oil diffuser, steam diffuser, vaporiser, direct

Safety Data

Ginger oil is non-irritant and non-toxic. However some individuals may be sensitive to the oil.